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CCTA announces scholarship winners


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The Colorado Conservation Tillage Association is pleased to announce Regan Kays of Weir, Kan., and Devin Mangus of Kanorado, Kan., are the recipients of the 2011 scholarships.

Both young men are attending Kansas State University. Regan is majoring in Agribusiness and Devin is majoring in Agricultural Engineering. These two young men have shown commitment to their communities and outstanding leadership abilities. The scholarships will be awarded at the 2012 High Plains No-Till Conference in Burlington, Colo., Jan. 31. For more information visit www.HighPlainsNoTill.com.

The 24th Annual High Plains No-Till Conference is a must attend event for certified crop advisors and commercial applicators that are in need of continuing education credits. Twenty-eight sessions have been pre-approved for certified crop advisor credits including eight soil and water management credits. Commercial applicators can earn five credits at this year's conference. The registration fee is only $100 if received before Jan. 15, and $150 if received after the deadline. For more information and to register go to www.HighPlainsNoTill.com.



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