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2002 FARM BILL SYMPOSIUM

"What Should It Be For South Carolina?"

January 3, 2001

Charleston Place Hotel

Charleston, SC

AGENDA

 

10:30 - 11:30---------------------------------------------REGISTRATION

 

11:30 - 1:00----------------------------------------------LUNCHEON

WELCOME---------------------------------------------GARY SICK, President - SCSWCS

SWCS PERSPECTIVE----------------------------------BYRON THOMPSON, SWCS Board Member

MODERATOR------------------------------------------ROWLAND ALSTON, Clemson Extension Service

1:00 - 2:00-----------------------------------------------PANEL - PRODUCERS PERSPECTIVE

Dwight Davis - Poultry Farmer, Lexington County

Woody Green - Row Crop Farmer, Sumter County

Oscar Stevens - SC Small Farmers, Saluda County

2:00 - 2:30----------QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS------------ROWLAND ALSTON

2:30 - 2:45-------------BREAK

2:45 - 3:45-----------PANEL - ORGANIZATION PERSPECTIVES

Farm Bureau - Larry McKenzie

National Wild Turkey Federation - Robert Abernethy

Greenwood Conservation District - Greg Henderson

3:45 - 4:15-------------QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS------ROWLAND ALSTON

4:15 - 4:45-------------LEGISLATIVE PERSPECTIVE-------REP. JAMES CLYBURN

4:45 - 5:00-------------SUMMARY-----------WALT DOUGLAS, President Elect SCSWCS

 

 

 

REGISTRATION FORM

2002 FARM BILL SYMPOSIUM

January 3, 2001

A one-day symposium on

what South Carolina needs

in the new Farm Bill.

 

Name:_________________________________

Title:_________________________________

Organization:___________________________

Address:_______________________________

City:__________________________________

State & Zipcode_________________________

Phone:_________________________________

E-mail:_________________________________

 

Registration Fee: $45.00 per person

(Includes lunch and break)

Make check payable to SCACD

Send fee and registration to: Von Snelgrove

1200 Main St.

Suite 1100

Columbia, SC 29201

OFFICE USE ONLY (Amount Paid____________Check No.___________Balance Due___________)