13th annual Farmer Cooperatives Conference
December 6-7, 2010
Change brings opportunity. What current trends will significantly affect agricultural cooperatives in the future? What are the opportunities, and how are cooperatives responding?
The 13th Annual Farmer Cooperatives conference will explore issues such as:
Opportunities in global and domestic markets
From changes in farm bill policy to shifts in the global economy, the outlook for the coming year presents opportunities for cooperative innovation. Find out how cooperatives can effectively respond to evolving economic and policy developments.
Strategies for growth
Learn how flexibility and expertise can be used to incorporate changes in global and domestic markets to strategically position you cooperative for growth.
Sustainability and resource management issues
Discover how the interconnected nature of sustainability and resource management issues presents unique opportunities for cooperatives to meet the changing expectations of consumers.
Strong leadership teams for the future
Find out how good succession planning and building board capacity can address the coming generational change in cooperative leadership.
Don't miss your opportunity to be part of this important event!
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We look forward to seeing you in Denver-Broomfield on December 6-7, 2010!
Consider participating in the NCERA-210 workshop, which immediately follows the Farmer Cooperatives Conference. NCERA-210 is a regional research project that promotes and coordinates research and educational activities that focus on agricultural cooperatives. It also provides a forum for decision-makers and analysts from industry, government, and universities to distribute and discuss research results and their implications.
December 7-8, 2010
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For more information, or to register for the NCERA-210 workshop, visit