You’re invited to participate in the 2018 Conservation Expo at the NACD Annual Meeting in Nashville!
The expo is a fantastic way to boost exposure for your company, agency, or organization’s products and services, and a valuable opportunity to network with the 1,000 conservation leaders who will be in attendance. To apply to be an exhibitor at the 2018 Annual Meeting, click on the button below to view the Exhibitor-Sponsor Prospectus. For more information about the expo, reach out to NACD Director of Development Melisa Augusto.
2018 Annual Meeting Exhibitors
Truax Company, Inc. manufactures precision, no-till grain and grass drills and broadcast seeders for agriculture, conservation and reclamation seeding needs. Our innovative “On the Go” seed drill is engineered to go from no-till to conventional seed beds hydraulically, saving time and money. Check out our full line-up of seeders at www.truaxcomp.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to zero in on the best fit for your application and to request a quote! Or call us at 763-537-6639 and cut through the chase in a hurry!
United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA NASS)
The National Agricultural Statistics Service provides timely, accurate, and useful statistics in service to U.S. agriculture.
USDA Southeast Regional Climate Hub
The Southeast Regional Climate Hub, or SERCH, connects with public, academic, and private sector organizations, researchers, and outreach specialists to deliver technical support and provide tools and strategies for climate change response. SERCH will help producers cope with challenges associated with drought, heat stress, excessive moisture, longer growing seasons, and changes in pest pressures. More information about SERCH is available at: https://globalchange.ncsu.edu/serch.
National Outstanding Farmers of America
The National Outstanding Young Farmers (NOYF) is the oldest awards recognition program in the U.S., founded in 1955 by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce-Jaycees. The NOYF Awards – held annually – selects those individual(s) who excel in agribusiness in terms of leadership, conservation stewardship, and community involvement. From the 10 new candidates that are inducted into the OFA alumni, four are named national winners.