Our Klamath Basin Water Crisis
Upholding rural Americans' rights to grow food,
own property, and caretake our wildlife and natural resources.
The Challenges and Opportunities of our Times:
Our Legacy for the Next Generation
2009 Family Farm Alliance Annual Conference
March 5-6, 2009
Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada
At a time when historic political change is rolling through Washington, DC, the Family Farm Alliance is poised to engage our new leaders in Washington and collectively face the challenges and create opportunities that will define the future of the American West.
Recognizing the value of irrigated agriculture is vital.
Aggressive action to repair aging infrastructure and create new water supply enhancement projects is imperative.
Properly managing federal watersheds and encouraging federal agencies to work with the agricultural community to solve local water challenges are equally crucial.
Through thoughtful planning, the new Administration and our leaders in Congress can play a truly important role in helping to solve water issues that today seem so insurmountable.
Join us in Las Vegas and learn firsthand what key environmental policy officials and Western water managers are preparing to do as a new
Administration begins to work with Congress on issues of vital importance to Western rural communities.
Conference information and registration forms can be downloaded
(home page, top RIGHT hand corner).
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