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Last Call for Sustainability Workshops in 2011

The final workshop of 2011 for the California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) will be held Dec. 6 in Modesto, just prior to the Opening Reception of The Almond Conference. Growers attending the Conference are urged to take advantage of this opportunity to check off two important events on their to-do list with only one trip.

Sustainability workshops are your opportunity to help preserve your future as an almond grower, and at the same time, contribute to the sustainability of the California Almond industry. More participation is needed to present an impressive set of data to buyers
and regulators.

This workshop will be held at 2 p.m. on Dec. 6 at the Modesto Centre Plaza. RSVP to Debye Hunter at dhunter@almondboard.com or (209) 343-3230. Be sure to register for The Almond Conference, too, at AlmondBoard.com/Conference.

For information on CASP and sample worksheets, go to AlmondBoard.com/Growers/Sustainability.

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