Farmers and ranchers who work with CHS SunBasin Growers are invited to attend the 2019 Annual Meeting and Grower Education event on Friday, November 22, to learn about the cooperative’s financial results and future plans while also attending a grower education series that will prepare them for the 2020 growing season.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with other growers, learn more about the cooperative you own, hear the latest industry trends and earn credits for your pesticide license,” said Wayde Hudlow, board chair, CHS SunBasin Growers.
During the educational breakout sessions, industry experts will address three focus areas: dry beans and vegetables; potatoes, onions and mint; and alfalfa, corn and wheat. Producers will have the opportunity to earn continuing education credits for their Washington State Department of Agriculture pesticide license.
During the business meeting, cooperative leaders will recap fiscal year 2019 results, community investments and future plans.
The meeting will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Big Bend Community College, Moses Lake, Wash., in the Advanced Technologies Education Center located at 7611 Bolling St. NE. Lunch will be provided.