Take Part in the 2011 Farm Journal Forum

November 29, 2011 04:28 AM
 

 

The 2011 Farm Journal Forum will be a gathering place for industry and government leaders to have meaningful discussion and engage in open dialogue, a necessity in today’s politically charged environment. This year, stakeholders across the country can follow the Forum on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and at www.FarmJournal.com.
 
The 2011 Forum is focused on "Securing Global Food Solutions with Sustainability," conversation will be fostered among all stakeholders through speakers and engaging discussion. Key speakers include Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan) a ranking member of the Senate Ag Committee; Jim Wiesemeyer, senior vice president of Informa Economics; Dan Glickman, former secretary of Agriculture and AGree co-chair; Howard G. Buffett, president of the Howard G. Buffett Foundation and Tom Dorr, president and CEO of the U.S. Grains Council, to name a few.
 
Topics of discussion at the Forum include the Super Committee, the MF Global bankruptcy and what it means to agriculture, the now stalled Farm Bill, what AGree means to food security and round table panel discussions on global stress points and the impacts of the new Farm Bill.
 
The 13th Forum promises to be bipartisan, insightful and the kind of public forum necessary for agriculture today. If you are unable to attend the forum, you can follow it on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/FarmJournal, on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/FarmJournal or by following the events official hashtag #FJF11. You can see complete coverage of the Forum at www.FarmJournal.com/Forum.
 
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The 2011 Farm Journal Forum will focus on "Securing Global Food Security with Sustainability" and will be held at the Capitol Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C.
 The event will kick-off with a reception the evening of Monday, Dec. 5 and offer a full-day of insightful speakers and discussion on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
 Learn more and register now at www.FarmJournalForum.com.
 

 

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