Join the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and the Izaak Walton League of America on Wednesday, June 6th for a farm conservation tour and Farm Bill policy forum.

We'll meet at the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque Iowa, and spend the morning touring conservation in action on area farms. After lunch at the Swiss Valley Nature Center, we will return to the Museum for a Farm Bill policy forum, where you can learn how the Farm Bill impacts our soil, air, water and budgets and share your thoughts on Farm Bill priorities. 

This event is free and open to the public, and food and transportation will be provided. However, an RSVP at http://farmbill.eventbrite.com is required to reserve your seat.
 

Draft Agenda

8:459:15   Registration and Coffee 
9:15 amDepart by bus to Swiss Valley Nature Center   
9:30 am Briefing on tour bus by NRCS and Dubuque County Conservation Board
10:00 amTour of conservation projects in two county area by tour bus  
12:30 pm Meal and Wrap-up at Swiss Valley Nature Center 
1:30 pmReturn to Museum 
2:00 pm Farm Policy Forum 
 
  • Steve Kline, TRCP 
  • Duke Welter, Trout Unlimited
  • More speakers to be announced!
4:00 pm  Adjourn
  


The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium is located at 350 East 3rd Street in the heart of Dubuque, IA.

For questions about this event, please contact Gwen Steel at (651) 649-1446 or gsteel@iwla.org or 
Tim Kizer at (479) 530-8855 tkizer@trcp.org .

 

 
 
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