The Atlantic Agricultural Leadership Program presents ‘Food vs Fuel’, The Great Grain Debate and Dinner on June 13 at the Covered Bridge Golf & Country Club in Hartland, New Brunswick.
Food vs Fuel—The Great Grain Debate
Participating in the Great Grain Debate will be Richard Phillips, Executive Director of the Grain Growers of Canada and Dr. Claude Caldwell, Professor of Plant & Animal Sciences at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College.
The event gets underway at 6:00pm with a Social Hour, followed by the dinner and debate. Tickets are $75 apiece.
The Debate and Dinner is a fundraiser for the Atlantic Agricultural Leadership Program
To purchase tickets call 506-204-5976 or email: www.agleaders.ca
The Atlantic Agricultural Leadership Program’s board of directors has been working very hard for the last six months to re-establish the program in the region. AALP began in 1994 in New Brunswick but became an Atlantic entity in 2004.
The program was created to help develop emerging agriculture leaders to confidently shape the future of the Atlantic and Canadian rural and agricultural sectors. To date 125 leaders have graduated from the program in the region.
AALP is a not-for-profit organization funded through tuition, corporate and government partners and fundraising events.