Agriculture in an International Border Community
Meet Class 28 in Yuma
All Alumni, Friends and Potential Applicants are Invited
Seminar 6 - Agriculture in an International Border Community
Thursday, January 23rd at 5:30pm
We'll have greetings from Mayor Nicholls and hear from Water Experts. They'll also be time to:
FREE REGISTRATION DUE by Monday, January 20th
Thanks to our Class 28 Weeknight CRC Sponsor:
11300 Resort Drive, Parker, AZ 85344
Start off 2020 with Project CENTRL alumni and members of Class 28 along the banks of The Colorado River! Friday's dinner we will visit with members of the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) Council who will share their history, culture and economics with us. Saturday's tour will be of the CRIT Farms, Gin and research fields. Over lunch we'll learn from the Arizona Department of Tourism about the impact tourism has on the regions economy.
Tour CRIT Farms, CRIT Gin and Research Fields.
A bus will be provided and specific starting location will be sent to registrants.
The current rate at the BlueWater Resort & Casino is $117 plus tax. Book your own hotel rooms at www.bluewaterfun.com or call: 928-669-7000
Registration Deadline Wednesday 1/22/20
SAVE THE DATE
All Yuma County Alumni
Come Out and Reconnect with Fellow Yuma County Alumni
Friday, February 7th in the Evening
Specific Time & Location: TBD
More information to follow, but this will be an opportunity to visit with fellow Yuma County alumni, brainstorm future recruits and do something fun!
FREE REGISTRATION DUE by Friday, Monday 2/3/2020
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