What they're saying: Great things to come.

Whether you're a legislator or supervisor from a small district, or represent a populous, urban district, there has been something for everyone at this first of its kind conference. We will have more materials to come, including where we go from here. As we wind down the conference, here's what they're already saying:

“Wow, the Urban-Ag Academy has come at the perfect time in our Country’s History. This conference has fostered the environment for State officials, community leaders and local businesses to collaborate on a variety of issues, including funding, food, tourism, fuel, land conservation and best practices to ensure that urban and rural leaders work together to move America forward with sustainable and doable solutions.” -- Oklahoma State Representative Anastasia Pittman

"This has been one of the most informative and best conferences I have ever attended." -- Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw


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