Colorado Cattlemen's Association 154th Annual Convention Kicks Off Today in Grand Junction
June 21, 2021
Colorado Cattlemen’s Association’s (CCA) Annual Convention kicks off today! It’s shaping up to be an event you won’t want to miss, with a lot happening between now and Wednesday. There are three rounds of committee meetings scheduled for today that will focus on updates, education, and lively policy discussions. The schedule is as follows:
Committee Meetings Round 1 - 8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
- Ag Policy, Tax, and Finance
- Beef Improvement
- Federal Lands & BLM/FS Liaison
- State Lands
Committee Meetings Round 2 - 10:15 - 12:15 p.m.
- Property Rights & Resource Stewardship
- Wildlife Resources
Committee Meetings Round 3 - 2:45 - 5:00 p.m.
- Animal Health & Welfare
- Brand & Theft
Today’s lunch will feature the Colorado Leopold Conservation Award presentation; plus you’ll get a chance to network and relax tonight at the Trade Show Reception, where nearly 60 trade show exhibitors are setting up as we speak!
If you can’t make it today, be sure to join us tomorrow and Wednesday! Tomorrow will highlight the 4th annual Ranching Legacy Symposium, featuring two distinct sessions with a strategic partnerships and alignment panel in the morning and “Defeating Initiative 16 - A Recipe for Success” panel in the afternoon. Governor Jared Polis is also anticipated to attend during the morning session to give remarks and address questions from the membership. We will then enjoy the “Cattlemen’s Night Out” reception and banquet, with live music, great food, and the chance to reconnect as an industry. Wednesday will wrap up with CCA’s Annual Business session and Awards breakfast.
Registration is available on site at the DoubleTree Hotel in Grand Junction. See you there!
Source: Colorado Cattlemen's Association
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