Speakers on leadership, world trade, wildlife, financials and technology will highlight the Sixth Annual CAFÉ (Citizens for Agriculture and Friends of the Environment) Food, Fuel, and Future Summit on Wednesday, March 19, at the Cashton Community Hall in Cashton. The cost to attend is $30 per person, which includes lunch and the presentations. The public is welcome to attend.
"This type of program, topics and speaker caliber can't always be found close to home. We are honored to be able to offer The Summit at an affordable price," says Jim Mlsna, chair of CAFÉ and organizer of the event. "We hope farmers, agribusinesses and the general public will take advantage of a program offering of this caliber."
The day's agenda includes:
· 9:30 a.m. Carl Babler, The World and Your Farm;
· 10:15 a.m. Thomas Mlsna, Who Feeds Wildlife in the Winter & Spring?;
· 11:15 a.m. Gordon Spiers, From Canada to Wisconsin;
· 12:10 p.m. Lunch;
· 1:00 p.m. Rick Kyte, Leopold & Leadership;
· 2:00 p.m. Gary Sipiorski, $3 Corn, Healthcare & Interest Rates: What's Next?;
· 2:50 p.m. Amber Radatz, Discovery Farms-Cashton Project Update; and
· 3:15 p.m. Adjourn
Cost is $30 per person. Send payment and contact info (name, address, phone number and email) to: Food, Fuel & Future Summit, E11140 County P, Cashton, WI 54619 or call 608-625-4594.
Walk-ins are also welcome. To sponsor a FFA member to attend, cost is $20 and can be included with registration or paid at the door.
To join CAFE, membership dues can be paid with the meeting registration ($20 for individuals and $50 per business entity).
CAFÉ is comprised of farmers, landowners, sportsmen, businesses and friends working together to preserve our agricultural economy, our environment and our way of life. For more information on CAFÉ or the Sixth Annual Food, Fuel and Summit Conference, contact Jim Mlsna at 608-604-0012 or email@example.com.