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January 11, 2018 through January 11, 2018

Culture Series: New Mexico Farm & Livestock Bureau: 100 Years Strong
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
New Mexico Farm & Livestock Bureau is the state’s oldest agricultural membership organization, formed in 1917 to represent food producers across New Mexico.

In its 100-year history, NMF&LB has played a pivotal role in helping to conserve land and water, advocating for farmers and ranchers, and advancing the issue of private property rights.

Dalene Hodnett, the Director of Communications for New Mexico Farm & Livestock Bureau, is the speaker for this Culture Series presentation. She has been with the agriculturally oriented membership organization since 2002. She is proud to work for the farmers and ranchers of New Mexico and enjoys telling the story of how food gets from their gate to your plate.

Dalene has two masters degrees, one in history and the other in education, both from New Mexico State University.

Admission to the presentation is free.

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