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Event Details


Time: June 5, 2014 all day
Location: Quality Inn & Suites Woodstock
City/Town: Woodstock
Website or Map: http://www.cafanet.com
Phone: info@cafanet.com
Event Type: conference
Organized By: CAFA - Canadian Association of Farm Advisors
Latest Activity: May 5, 2014

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Event Description


 Thursday, June 5, 2014 -- Quality Inn & Suites  

  • Jed Chinneck, Master of Ceremonies
  • Michael Bossy - Discover your natural abilities and distinctive talents with Kolbe.
  • Richard Cressman --Helping make "Working with family," - work!
  • Sharon Hart -- Going with your strengths.
  • Wally Johnson -- Bonnefield:  Canada's largest farmland investment manager
  • Rob Saik -- It's getting better all the time.

plenty of opportunity for networking and connecting with the other attendees giving you access to a vast wealth of knowledge.For the Agenda click here.
Registration form click here.

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Everyone there shares your passion for farming!
It is an incredible value for a conference of this high caliber and an worthwhile investment in your professional development.

► Registration form available here.  or  More information can be found on the CAFA website, www.cafanet.com including a registration form or by contacting CAFA at info@cafanet.com.

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