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OSU to host Sustainable Ag Summit

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"Alternative Livestock Production Systems" is the theme of the Oklahoma Sustainable Agriculture Summit, scheduled for April 19 to 20 at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. The first day of the Summit, a workshop, will take place at the Wes Watkins Center that houses the International Studies at the intersection of Hall of Fame and Washington (northeast corner). The workshop starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. The second day will be a tour day and starts at 7 a.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m. Tour covers The Oklahoma Quality Beef Network, Tulsa Stockyards and Goat Hill Kiko's Farm, Porum, Okla.

Advance registration is requested by April 8. The registration fee is $40 and includes lunch and materials for registered conference attendees. To register, visit http://orangehub.okstate.edu and click Agricultural Conference Services. For information about the summit, contact Janelle Malone at 405-744-3669 or janelle. malone@okstate. You can also forward your inquiry to Kefyalew Desta at kefyalew.desta@okstate.edu.

To download a brochure, flyer and registration form, go to www.sustainableag.okstate.edu/currentupcomingevents/index.htm.






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