Van is loaded and we are heading to the airport. Whatever we have forgotten we didn't need! (Hopefully all passports are accounted for though!). Looking forward to the adventures that await us and traveling with this amazing group of folks!
Moving slowly north on I-75. Peyton is mad he isn't going with us . . .
Testing the app here...can't wait to set sail for S Africa! See all my fellow class Xers on Friday. Already missing family & friends at home. It'll be a great trip!
I'm limiting my talking leading up to the trip so I'll be ready to go when I sit down next to Cody for 15+ hr flight
So much to talk about....
Class X met for their tenth seminar on April 24th-26th, 2018.
Our featured Class X authors for this newsletter are John Bertram and Holly Chamberlain. Click on the image of the newsletter to read about this seminar!
The Gulf Citrus Growers Association’s Executive and Long Range Planning Committees recently announced that the association is now accepting applications for the organization’s executive vice president/general manager position.
The GCGA leadership is actively engaged in the search for the association’s next top administrator, the position being vacated in late September by Ron Hamel, who has led the Southwest Florida “Gulf” citrus grower’s group for over 30-years.
Individuals interested in applying for this executive-level position are urged to immediately contact the association and file ...
Class X met for their ninth seminar on February 20th-22nd, 2018.
Our featured Class X authors for this newsletter are Stacy McCullough and Kily Harper-Larsen. Click on the image of the newsletter to read about this seminar!
Class X met for their eighth seminar
on December 8th-9th, 2017.
Our featured Class X authors for this newsletter are Tom Mitchell and his lovely wife Cheryl Mitchell. Click on the image of the newsletter to read about this fun seminar!
Class X Seminar VIII Newsletter
The UF/IFAS Center for Public Issues Education
has recently released a study comparing the attitudes, perceptions, and opinions of Florida consumers around genetically modified food issues with those of current and past participants of the
Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources.
In Florida and throughout the United States, food-related issues such as the use of new food technologies continue to be a top concern among consumers. Since consumers’ opinions regarding genetically modified food issues is important to both the sustainability ...