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Monday, November 29
 

8:00am MST

Wes Jackson with Tessa Peters - Keynote Address

Moderators
WH

Wes Henthorne

B-Bar Ranch
ER

Emily Ryan

Special Assistant to the President Emeritus, The Land Institute

Speakers
avatar for Wes Jackson

Wes Jackson

President Emeritus, The Land Institute
Wes Jackson is a geneticist, author, and visionary leader of the sustainability movement. He was first to chair the Environmental Studies department at California State University- Sacramento, one of the first such programs in the U.S. He left that position to return to his home state... Read More →


Monday November 29, 2021 8:00am - 9:30am MST
Virtual

12:00pm MST

Feeding the Crop: Effective Organic Fertility Management Practices & Need for Technical Advice
Providing adequate nutrition to an organic crop is top of mind for any farmer. In this session, we will discuss tried and true practices for providing ample fertility to field crops. From crop rotation, to cover crops, we’ll even touch on compost. We will also introduce OATS - the Organic Agronomy Training Service - a new program that trains agronomists, advisors, and technical consultants in organic production, so that farmers can access much needed support.

OATS, the Organic Agronomy Training Service, is a collaboratively-managed training program for agricultural professionals working with organic or transitioning farmers in the United States. This hybrid virtual/in-person training will be offered in Montana in 2022.

Session Sponsored by Montana Gluten Free - https://www.montanaglutenfree.com

Nutrient Management CEUs: 1
Professional Development CEUs: 0.5

CCA Credits Available - Contact Gary Iverson for more information. giverson@montanaglutenfree.com

Speakers
avatar for Mallory Krieger

Mallory Krieger

Founder & Principal, Terra Elossa LLC
Mallory is committed to driving environmental change in the agriculture industry. She partners with organizations throughout the country to develop and facilitate educational events, networking opportunities, and access to technical assistance for regeneratively-minded farmers. Mallory... Read More →
avatar for Nate Powell-Palm

Nate Powell-Palm

Farmer/Rancher and Organic Inspector, Cold Springs Ranch
Nate Powell-Palm first landed in the world of organics in 2008 when he applied for and received organic certification from the Montana Dept of Agriculture. He currently farms certified organic grains, forages, pulse crops and oil seeds on 1075 acres. A diversified operation, Powell-Palm... Read More →

Moderators
avatar for Gary Iverson

Gary Iverson

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, At-large


Monday November 29, 2021 12:00pm - 1:30pm MST
Virtual
  CCA Credits Available
  • Sponsor Montana Gluten Free

7:00pm MST

MOA Policy Discusssion
Montana Organic Association 2021 Policy ProposalsNOVEMBER 4, 2021

MOA is a 501 (c) 6 trade association that has a broad ability to voice its opinion on issues, including legislation. Foundational to this work is putting policy proposals before the membership to direct this work. In order to make your voice heard by voting on the proposals, you must be a current MOA member in order to have an electronic email sent to you. All MOA memberships renew on December 1, 2021. Please be sure your membership is active. Renew MOA Membership

If you would like to know more about the issues, policy discussions will take place on Monday, November 29 at 7 pm. Please register for the Montana Organic Conference to gain access to this virtual meeting. The following proposals have been forwarded for MOA membership considerations.

Farming Practices
Hydroponics
  1. MOA supports the USDA Organic Production and Food Act provision that requires organic to be a production system that fosters the cycling of resources, promotes ecological balance and conserves biodiversity.
  2. MOA supports the USDA Organic Crop Standard that requires that soil fertility and crop nutrients will be managed through tillage and cultivation practices, crop rotations, and cover crops, supplemented with animal and crop waste materials and allowed synthetic materials.
  3. MOA opposes certification of hydroponic operations as organic.
Paperpots
  1. MOA accepts the current use of paperpots but encourages the expeditious development of (a) non-synthetic alternative(s) to synthetic glue or other disallowed materials.
Biodegradable Mulch
  1. MOA supports research that develops readily accessible biodegradable mulch that does not compromise USDA organic certification.
Ammonia Extracts
  1. MOA supports the prohibition of ammonia extracts in the USDA Certified Organic Program.
Crop Insurance
  1. MOA supports that all farming practices included in Organic System Plans of USDA Certified Organic producers be recognized as ’good farming practices’ by the USDA Risk Management Agency and all crop insurance companies selling federally approved crop and livestock policies.
Fair markets  
  1. MOA supports Country of Origin labeling on all agricultural and food products sold in the U.S.
  2. MOA supports competitive markets for agriculture and food products through policies that reduce current and future consolidation, limit mergers, redirect food and farmer subsidies toward local producers, and encourage local economic resilience by building regional food systems that support local producers and processors, and distributors and communities.
 Beginning Farmer and Rancher
  1. MOA supports including components that include organic production in all technical, financial, and marketing assistance efforts to help existing organic, conventional, beginning, and underserved farmers expand and/or convert to organic production.
  2. MOA supports efforts to provide continuing education on the benefits of organic farming systems.
BIPOC Issues
  1. MOA supports efforts to recognize and begin to address current and historic institutional conditions and circumstances that have created an agriculture and food system in which there are inequities based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and other discriminatory factors.
Environment and Climate
  1. MOA supports the rights of farmers and farmworkers to avoid exposure to agricultural chemicals.
  2. MOA resolves that organic farming systems are best equipped to build resilience and mitigate the negative impacts of agriculture on the global climate.






Speakers
avatar for Doug Crabtree

Doug Crabtree

Farmer, Vilicus Farms
MOA Board - Executive Committee, Chair
avatar for Nate Powell-Palm

Nate Powell-Palm

Farmer/Rancher and Organic Inspector, Cold Springs Ranch
Nate Powell-Palm first landed in the world of organics in 2008 when he applied for and received organic certification from the Montana Dept of Agriculture. He currently farms certified organic grains, forages, pulse crops and oil seeds on 1075 acres. A diversified operation, Powell-Palm... Read More →
avatar for Becky Weed

Becky Weed

Owner, Thirteen Mile Lamb & Wool Company
MOA Board - Executive Committee, ChairOrganic Montana Board Member


Monday November 29, 2021 7:00pm - 9:30pm MST
Virtual
 
Tuesday, November 30
 

8:00am MST

Carbon Credits: Opportunities and Limitations
Join Jeff Schahczenski, Program Specialist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) and Claire Lafave, Manager of Client Strategy with Native Energy for brief presentations of their work with carbon credits followed by a discussion of the opportunities and limitations for Montana producers. Bring your questions about carbon credits.

Schahczenski: Carbon Credit Schemes: Who Benefits?
Current schemes to pay farmers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and sequester soil carbon are varied, confusing and potentially of little benefit to organic farmer and ranchers. These schemes are not carbon markets, but rather offers by private entities usually through intermediaries to provide carbon offsets for their GHG emissions. Organic farmers and ranchers must be willing to make long-term, or even permanent, changes in not only practices but perhaps whole systems of production. These changes also need to be verified that they result in true offsets of GHG emissions and/or increase in soil carbon sequestration. The issues of verifiability, permanence, and additionality are critical to the success of agriculture’s role in being a part of a truly national carbon market and in the ultimate reduction of GHG emissions and increased carbon sequestration. To date, it is not clear nor certain that such efforts will lead to lasting change that can have significant impact on climate disruption.

Speakers
avatar for Claire Lafave

Claire Lafave

Manager of Client Strategy, Native Energy
Carbon financing for regenerative agriculture projects & other climate interventions
avatar for Jeff Schahczenski

Jeff Schahczenski

Agricultural and Natural Resource Economist, National Center for Appropriate Technology
Mr. Jeff Schahczenski is an agricultural and natural resource economist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) and he has worked on sustainable and organic for over 25 years. For the last 14 years he has worked on whole farm revenue and crop insurance generally... Read More →


Tuesday November 30, 2021 8:00am - 9:30am MST
Virtual

12:00pm MST

Nutrient Management on Organic Grain Farms
Dr. Jones will describe organic nutrient management challenges, as well as specific soil fertility research results from Montana and the region.

Nutrient Management CEUs: 1

CCA Credits Available - Contact Gary Iverson for more information. giverson@montanaglutenfree.com

Speakers
avatar for Clain Jones

Clain Jones

Soil Fertility Extension Specialist, MSU Land Resources and Environmental Sciences

Moderators
avatar for Gary Iverson

Gary Iverson

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, At-large
ON

Ole Norgaard

Owner, North Frontier Farms, Inc.


Tuesday November 30, 2021 12:00pm - 1:30pm MST
Virtual

7:00pm MST

Perilous Bounty?
Speakers
avatar for Thomas Philpott

Thomas Philpott

Food and Ag Correspondemnt, Mother Jones
Tom Philpott is the food and agriculture correspondent for Mother Jones and author of Perilous Bounty: The Looming Collapse of American Farming and How We Can Prevent It (Bloomsbury 2020), a finalist for the the New York Public Library’ Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence... Read More →


Tuesday November 30, 2021 7:00pm - 8:30pm MST
Virtual
 
Wednesday, December 1
 

8:00am MST

Grasshopper and Drought Updates
CCA Credits Available - Contact Gary Iverson for more information. giverson@montanaglutenfree.com

Montana endured an extraordinary year of extreme drought, extreme temperatures, grasshoppers, smoke, and fire. Join this session to learn the latest news on grasshoppers from Gary Adams, State Plant Health Director, Montana, USDA - APHIS and the latest news on Montana's Drought Management Plan from Michael Downey, Water Planning Section Supervisor, Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation.

Rangeland Grasshopper Presentation.
  • Species identification.
  • Survey and density assessment methodology.
  • Suppression options (including USDA program).
  • 2021 actions and 2022 outlook.
  • Environmental consideration.

Mixed Signals – Evaluating Drought Conditions in Montana
  • Brief summary of the 2021 drought and antecedent conditions leading to it.
  • The 2021 drought in context of some other recent droughts.
  • Drought indicators used to evaluate conditions in Montana
  • Drought Information – Where to find the most accurate and up to date info
  • Drought reporting – How you can help
  • Updating Montana’s Drought Management Plan.

Integrated Pest Management CEUs: 1

CCA Credits Available: Contact Gary Iverson at giverson@montanaglutenfree.com

Speakers
GA

Gary Adams

State Plant Health Director, USDA: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Gary Adams was born and raised in Montana and a graduate of Montana State University with a degree in Agronomy. Gary has worked for the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (or APHIS) Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ). Gary is currently the State Plant Health Director... Read More →


Wednesday December 1, 2021 8:00am - 9:30am MST
Virtual

12:00pm MST

Bioherbicides for Montana and Elsewhere
Organic growers have contended with weed problems by use of cover crops, tilling, and other management practices . Nonetheless, certain weeds are very difficult to control, be it for an organic farmer or a traditional farmer. Over more decades than I like to admit, our group has finally found out why most plant diseases may attack weeds, but few plant diseases do the job of adequate weed control. We found that plant diseases generally kill at the 20-40% level , leaving the majority of a weed patch for next year. However, weeds have a weakness. We found a way to select for weed pathogens that excrete amino acids and these selected strains have a real damaging effect on the weed population. We first found this out with hound's tongue weed and then shifted to Striga (toothpickproject.org) in Africa. There, we by using this virulence enhancement technology, were able to deliver a registered and commercially available bioherbicide to kill Striga (their worst weed). This bioherbicide, chemical free approach has taken off now to other countries where Striga (witchweed) is also a limiting factor for subsistence farmers. Now with support from a group of organic farmers (OAEC) and the Montana Department of Agriculture SCBG (USDA) and Montana State University (in a grant with 2 years to go), we are in the process of developing bioherbicides for Canada Thistle and Field Bindweed. We have some effective strains of fungi (greenhouse tested) and are proceeding with enhancing their virulence for next year's field season. This work is being done in our lab by Elizabeth D'Imperio and Dr. Suha Elhag (a postdoc from Sudan). We will also present our work on improving the nutritional value of crops grown in Montana and other work that may be of interest to organic farmers.

Integrated Pest Management CEUs: 1
Professional Development CEUs: 0.5

CCA Credits Available - Contact Gary Iverson for more information. giverson@montanaglutenfree.com

Speakers
avatar for David Sands PhD

David Sands PhD

Professor of Plant Pathology, MSU - Department of Plant Sciences & Plant Pathology
Dave Sands, in an alternate reality where plant cells are computers and he is a plant hacker, took five decades to crack the code using fungi, with the goal of killing weeds and replacing chemical herbicides. He is a disruptive innovator, avid reader, teacher/mentor, napkin poet... Read More →

Moderators
avatar for Gary Iverson

Gary Iverson

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, At-large
ON

Ole Norgaard

Owner, North Frontier Farms, Inc.


Wednesday December 1, 2021 12:00pm - 1:30pm MST
Virtual

7:00pm MST

Farming and Eating for Planetary Health
What are linkages of agriculture to human and environmental wellbeing? Is organic produce more delicious and nutritious than conventional produce? A multifaceted challenge of the Anthropocene is supporting healthy diets while conserving ecological resources in socially acceptable ways. At present, poor diets are the leading risk factor of the global burden of disease. Concurrently, food production places greater stress on ecosystems than any other human activity while being critically dependent on multiple ecosystem services including water, soil fertility, pollination, and climate regulation. These food system challenges are exacerbated by global change with notable consequences for human and environmental wellbeing. This presentation will outline global trends of food systems transitions and associated implications for sustainability. We will review the evidence of the implications of agricultural practices for planetary health with a focus on organic agriculture. Evidence will further be presented on the relationship of agricultural management, phytochemistry, and sensory profiles of crops.



Speakers
avatar for Selena Ahmed

Selena Ahmed

Associate Professor, Montana State University, Health and Human Development
Research InterestsI am an ethnobotanist with research and outreach interests at the intersection of the ecological, cultural, and health aspects of food systems. The ultimate translational goal of my research program is to strengthen linkages and innovations in the food system from... Read More →

Moderators
MT

MonaRae Tuhy

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, Secretary


Wednesday December 1, 2021 7:00pm - 8:30pm MST
Virtual
 
Thursday, December 2
 

8:00am MST

MOA Business Meeting
Speakers
JA

Jess Alger

Farmer/Rancher, Alger Ranch
MOA Board MemberJess Alger graduated from MSU in 1971 with a B.S. degree in Animal Science. He returned to the Alger family ranch near Stanford where he worked for his Dad until 1981, after which he bought the place. He first certified his cropland in 2000 and his cattle were certified... Read More →
avatar for Doug Crabtree

Doug Crabtree

Farmer, Vilicus Farms
MOA Board - Executive Committee, Chair
avatar for Gary Iverson

Gary Iverson

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, At-large
CM

Cliff Merriman

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, Vice Chair
JO

Judy Owsowitz

Owner, Terrapin Farms
MOA Board Member
avatar for Nate Powell-Palm

Nate Powell-Palm

Farmer/Rancher and Organic Inspector, Cold Springs Ranch
Nate Powell-Palm first landed in the world of organics in 2008 when he applied for and received organic certification from the Montana Dept of Agriculture. He currently farms certified organic grains, forages, pulse crops and oil seeds on 1075 acres. A diversified operation, Powell-Palm... Read More →
avatar for Sam Schmidt

Sam Schmidt

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, ParliamentarianOrganic Montana Board Member - ChairSam Schmidt has been managing Montana Milling’s procurement and project engineering for 19 of the 30 years in the grain and milling industry. Originally from a farm and ranch in central Kansas... Read More →
MT

MonaRae Tuhy

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, Secretary
avatar for Becky Weed

Becky Weed

Owner, Thirteen Mile Lamb & Wool Company
MOA Board - Executive Committee, ChairOrganic Montana Board Member
avatar for John Wicks

John Wicks

Tiber Ridge, Inc.
MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, TreasurerOrganic Montana Board Member - Treasurer


Thursday December 2, 2021 8:00am - 9:30am MST
Virtual

12:00pm MST

CREEP Stop Updates
This session will discuss a USDA Organic Research and Extension Initiative (OREI) Project funded to explore integrated weed management of Canada thistle and field bindweed on organic farms in Montana. Results of one study on control of field bindweed, and an on ongoing project focused primarily on Canada thistle, will be presented. The focus of the session will range from how cropping practices, including integrated crop-livestock systems, affect growth of both creeping perennial weeds. We are hoping to share some preliminary economics of the various managment strategies. The session will conclude with panelists answering questions you have about the project or about anything related to Canada thistle and field bindweed management. We need to hear from you about the project and are hoping that you can attend!

Integrated Pest Management CEUs: 1
Crop Management CEUs: 0.5

CCA Credits Available - Contact Gary Iverson for more information. giverson@montanaglutenfree.com

Speakers
KF

Kate Fuller Binzen

Assistant Professor/Extension Specialist, Montana State University
avatar for Patrick Carr

Patrick Carr

Superintendent/Associate Professor of Cropping Systems, Central Agriculture Research Center - MSU
Superintendent and Associate Professor, Ph.D.Ph.D. 1989, Crop and Soil Science, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT. M.S. 1986, Technology and Human Affairs, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. 1984 M.S. 1984, Natural Resources, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. B.S. 1982, Biology... Read More →
IG

Irene Grimberg

Deputy Regional Coordinator, Montana State University
ZM

Zach Miller

Assistant Professor/Superintendent, MSU- Western Ag Research Center
avatar for Tim Seipel

Tim Seipel

Assistant Research Professor, Cropland Weed Extension Specialist, Montana State University, Dept Land Resources and Environmental Science
I am a plant and agricultural ecologist who work on weed management in organic cropping systems. I am also the cropland weed extension specialist at Montana State University.

Moderators
avatar for Gary Iverson

Gary Iverson

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, At-large
ON

Ole Norgaard

Owner, North Frontier Farms, Inc.


Thursday December 2, 2021 12:00pm - 1:30pm MST
Virtual

7:00pm MST

The Importance of Self-care in Rural America
What it is self-care? *The challenges we face as rural farmers and ranchers *How burnout impacts our lives and work *Touch on depression/anxiety *Strategies to immediately make a difference *Ways to reach out*

Speakers
avatar for Julie Merriman, PhD, LPC-S

Julie Merriman, PhD, LPC-S

Dragonfly Therapy Service & Institute


Thursday December 2, 2021 7:00pm - 8:30pm MST
Virtual
 
Friday, December 3
 

8:00am MST

Systems thinking to balance profitable yields with minimum soil disturbance, soil-building for microbial health, and habitat building for natural enemies
Helen has worked for 35 years to connect farming, food systems, land stewardship, and conservation. She currently farms and does no-till soil- and natural enemies habitat- building research on her 211-acre organic farm in Eastern Oregon. For many years, she worked for MSU Extension out of the Missoula office. Reconnect with Helen for this engaging and inspiring session.

Speakers
avatar for Helen Atthowe

Helen Atthowe

owner, Woodleaf Farm
Helen has worked for 35 years to connect farming, food systems, land stewardship, and conservation. She currently farms and does no-till soil- and natural enemies’ habitat- building research on her 211 acre organic farm in Eastern Oregon. Helen and her late husband created educational... Read More →

Moderators
JO

Judy Owsowitz

Owner, Terrapin Farms
MOA Board Member


Friday December 3, 2021 8:00am - 9:30am MST
Virtual

12:00pm MST

Does organic farming have anything to gain from precision agriculture
Adaptive management that relies on keen observations and adjustments of agricultural practices to spatial and temporal variability is fundamental to farming without synthetic inputs. Bringing science to management under organic constraints where ecologically complex interactions occur has historically been difficult because it required a long history of farmer observations reliant on a trial and error paradigm of discovery. The only effective organic farmer would be one with a long history of trying different practices on the same landscape and observing the response. Perhaps the situation has changed with the massive amount of data (observations) that can be brought to understanding agroecosystems, the ability to efficiently conduct experiments and to rapidly gain insights specific to each field seems to give us an enormous boost to apply a science based adaptive management paradigm. However, from the current vantage point, precision agriculture which applies technology to achieve adaptive management, looks like the logical endpoint of industrial agriculture where knowledgeable humans are taken off the food production assembly line. How do we take advantage of the new ability to gain rapid insights, but not lose the farmer, rural communities and life in the process?

Integrated Pest Management CEUs: 0.5
Crop Management CEUs: 1
CCA Credits Available - Contact Gary Iverson for more information. giverson@montanaglutenfree.com


Speakers
HD

Hannah Duff

Graduate Student, MSU - Land Resources & Environmental Sciences
SL

Sasha Loewen

PhD student, Land Resources and Environmental Science - MSU
The use of on-farm precision experimentation (OFPE) to improve management practices in organic grain farming.
avatar for Bruce Maxwell

Bruce Maxwell

Co-Director Montana Institute on Ecosystems, Montana State University
Ph.D. Forest Ecology and Crop Science.1990, Oregon State University; M.S. Agronomy/Weed Science,1984, Montana State University, 1978-79 Peace Corps Micronesia, B.S. Botany, 1977, Montana State University. Research and teaching specialization in applied plant ecology including agroecology... Read More →

Moderators
avatar for Gary Iverson

Gary Iverson

MOA Board Member - Executive Committee, At-large
ON

Ole Norgaard

Owner, North Frontier Farms, Inc.


Friday December 3, 2021 12:00pm - 1:30pm MST
Virtual

5:00pm MST

Organic Awards and Conference Happy Hour!
Every year, Montana's organic community recognizes those individuals for their extraordinary leadership and commitment to organic agriculture and food. Selection of the awardees is made by those previously recognized. Anyone can submit a nomination. Despite the virtual format, this tradition carries on! Join in to see who will be recognized this year with the Lifetime of Service Award and the Leadership in Organics Award.

The “Lifetime of Service” award goes to an organic producer, handler, retailer, researcher, service provider (or other) who has demonstrated a long-term commitment to organic agriculture in Montana.


Previous Recipients of the Lifetime of Service Award
  • Robert Boettcher (2005)
  • Barry Flamm (2006)
  • Bob Quinn (2007)
  • David Oien (2008)
  • Jim Barngrover (2009)
  • Laughing Water (2010)
  • Steve and Cindy Baril (2011)
  • Russ Salisbury & Elsie Tuss (2012)
  • Judy Owsowitz (2013)
  • Becky Weed (2014)
  • Wes Henthorne(2015)
  • Ric and Dawn Blair (2016)
  • Randy Hinebauch (2017)
  • Jane Kile (post-humous, 2018)
  • Dr. Jim Sims (post-humous, 2018)
  • Melvyn and Susan Brown (2019)
  • Ernie Harvey (2020).

A “Leadership in Organics” award goes to an organic producer, handler, retailer, researcher, service provider (or other) who demonstrates an on-going commitment to advancing the adoption, practice, and success of organic agriculture in Montana.

Previous  Recipients of the Leadership in Organics Award
  • Margaret Scoles (2005)
  • Jon Tester (2006)
  • Jonda Crosby (2007)
  • Mikel & Nancy Lund (2008)
  • Jon & Amy Kvaalen (2009)
  • Andre’ Giles (2010)
  • Nancy Matheson (2011)
  • Dave & Dee Turner (2012)
  • Jeff Schahczenski (2013)
  • Daryl and Linda Lassila (2014)
  • Ole Norgaard (2015)
  • Connie Poten and Andy Sponseller (2016)
  • Kristina “Kiki” Hubbard (2017)
  • Matt and Sonja Johnson (2018)
  • Bruce Maxwall (2019)
  • Ty O'Connor (2020).



Speakers
avatar for Jim Barngrover

Jim Barngrover

Procurement & Grower Liaison, Founding Farmer, Timeless Food
Timeless co-founder Jim identifies new growers, provides management information, balances production with inventory needs, and stays in regular contact with the Timeless grower base.Jim has over four decades of experience in organic gardening and farming and marketing locally grown... Read More →

Moderators
JO

Judy Owsowitz

Owner, Terrapin Farms
MOA Board Member
MS

Margaret Scoles

Executive Director, International Organic Inspectors Association


Friday December 3, 2021 5:00pm - 6:30pm MST
Virtual
 
Monday, December 6
 

2:00pm MST

Montana Organic Student Summit - Virtual REQUIRES SEPARATE REGISTRATION - SEE SESSION INFO FOR LINK
Requires separate Zoom registration.
Contact Jamie: jamieryanlockman@gmail.com for meeting link.



Moderators
avatar for Daniel Chichinsky

Daniel Chichinsky

Montana State University


Monday December 6, 2021 2:00pm - 4:00pm MST
Virtual
 
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