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[cg] Conference Announcement

>Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 10:27:31 -0500
>From: Marlene Kweskin <mkweskin@FARMLAND.ORG>
>Subject: Conference Announcement
>Sender: owner-nefood-l@listproc.tufts.edu
>To: NE community food systems <nefood-l@listproc.tufts.edu>
>Organization: American Farmland Trust
>MIME-version: 1.0
>X-MIME-Autoconverted: from 8bit to quoted-printable by igc7.igc.org id
>June 6-9, 1999
>Philadelphia, PA
>A cross section of public officials and professionals from fields as
>diverse as transportation, rural and urban development,
>agricultural, ranching, forestry, housing, and environmental
>conservation will join together for Keep America Growing, a
>conference dedicated to striking the balance between working lands and
>development.  The conference, which will be held June 6-9, 1999 at the
>Adams Mark Hotel in Philadelphia, presents a unique opportunity to
>define a common agenda between people whose paths might not normally
>Keep America Growing will feature over 150 presentations on land use
>issues including keynote and panel addresses by nationally acclaimed
>experts in growth management.  Participants from across the country will
>network and share ideas on topics such as land use and population
>trends, the impact of unplanned growth, successful programs that balance
>development and land use, and the urban-rural connection. Participants
>will walk away with the necessary tools and networks to take action in
>their own communities.
>Speakers include leaders from the fields of policy, agriculture,
>conservation, development and politics. Invited speakers include
>Vice President Al Gore, New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman,
>Pennsylvania Governor Thomas Ridge, and other nationally known leaders.
>The conference also will offer regional workshops facilitated by The
>Pinchot Institute for Conservation to understand issues on a
>regional basis and to promote networking. The conference begins on
>Sunday with 10 pre-conference technical and recreational field trips.
>For complete information and latest updates, visit the conference
>website at www.farmland.org/kag.html. To request a conference
>registration brochure, visit the website or contact Cindy Delaney at
>802-655-7769 or by e-mail at delaney@together.net . To register, visit
>the website or click 'registration form', print it, and mail it in, or
>fill out the registration brochure.
>The conference provides an excellent forum to display new
>industry-related products and information.  A number of exhibit
>and sponsorship opportunities are still available. To find out how you
>can get involved contact Cindy Delaney at 802-655-7769 or
>by e-mail at delaney@together.net.

libby@igc.apc.org       Libby J. Goldstein       phone & fax: 215-465-8878
            Philadelphia      USDA zone 7A       Sunset zone 32

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