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Corn Marketing seeking applicants for CENT program
The Corn Marketing Program of Michigan is seeking applications for the Michigan Corn Education, Networking and Training Program (MI CENT). This program is designed to provide educational opportunities for the next generation of Michigan corn farmers. Topics include agronomy, technology, farm management, the work of the National Corn Growers Association and one topic picked by the class. There will also be plenty of time provided for networking and an optional additional session. 
The program consists of five sessions. The four sessions in Michigan will begin with an evening reception followed by 1.5 days of educational presentations. The session in Washington, DC will be approximately 3 days. Details for the optional session will be provided to the class at a later date. The material will be in-depth, challenging and rewarding.
Applications are due Dec. 15. Primary selection criteria includes the applicants’ desire and ability to participate. Diversity among farm size, geographic location and agronomy background will be sought as well.
Registration Fee: $300 – all meals and lodging included.
Program Schedule:
• Session 1 – February 7-9, 2023
• Session 2 – March 21-23, 2023
• Session 3 – June 27-29, 2023
• Session 4 – July 17-20, 2023 (Washington D.C.)
• Session 5 – optional session, TBD
Visit to apply or nominate someone.