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Post-Conference Session [clear filter]
Wednesday, August 2

9:00am CDT

AET Workshop
Bill Delaney, retired ag teacher, will present on AET - including getting students started on their record books, getting procastinators caught up (i.e. students that wait until junior year to enter records) and any other questions participants might have.


Wednesday August 2, 2017 9:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Hobo Gallery SDSU Student Union

9:00am CDT

Precision Agriculture
Limited Capacity seats available

SDSU is at the forefront with its first-in-the-nation Precision Agriculture bachelor's degree within the Ag & Biosystems Engineering Department. Precision technology and training are key to increasing farm profitability and will play a major role in ecosystem sustainability. Agriculture is experiencing a fast-paced evolution as technology continues to develop. Precision agriculture has emerged with an array of new and exciting - and increasingly high-tech - tools. The integration of computer technology with farm equipment, farm sensors, GPS navigation, satellite imagery and drone imagery are quickly revolutionizing agricultural production. While this revolutionary evolution is creating new opportunities within the agricultural industry, it is also generating a need for college graduates, pertinent research, and Extension expertise related to precision agriculture.

Participants for this in-depth session will have the opportunity to utilize the department's eight Kubota vehicles for hands-on precision ag experience; as well as software in the precision ag computer lab.

Limited to 32 participants through conference registration - first-come, first-serve.

Wednesday August 2, 2017 9:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Ag Engineering Room 125

9:00am CDT

AFNR National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) Training
Limited Capacity seats available

Schools that do not already have NASP certification will receive 10 Genesis Bows, arrows, bow rack, curtain stop, targets and tool kit for their program (all equipment is FREE).  This is a great opportunity to become certified and add to your Wildlife & Fisheries curriculum.  This also provides an opportunity for FFA members to compete at NASP state archery tournaments in the spring. 

*Note: If your school has already received the equipment for another program (i.e. for P.E classes) you are not eligible to receive the equipment again. 

*Pre-registration has already been completed for this session.

Wednesday August 2, 2017 9:00am - 3:00pm CDT
Outdoor Adventure Center 2810 22nd Ave S Brookings, SD 57006