Indiana CCA Calendar of Events

February 2019
18
Monday

2019 Presidents Day PARP

9:00am - 11:30am

Shelby County Fairgrounds - Family Arts Building, 500 Frank Street, Shelbyville, IN, 46176

The cost of the program for credit is $10. 
 
Please contact Scott Gabbard for more information. 
 
Phone: 317-392-6460
Email: gabbardd@purdue.edu

20
Wednesday

Bi-County Soils Workshop

9:00am - 12:00pm

Wabash & Erie Canal Center, 1030 N Washington St, Delphi, IN, 46923

22
Friday

Wyckoff Winter Meeting

9:00am - 12:00pm

Wyckoff Farm, 549 E 400 N, Valparaiso, IN, 46383

Please contact Nicole Witkowski for more details.
 
Phone: 219-465-3555
Email: nikky@purdue.edu

March 2019
01
Friday

Southwest Indiana Crop Seminar

11:30am - 4:00pm

Dubois County 4-H Fairgrounds, 4157 S SR 162, Huntingburg, IN, 47542

SW Indiana Crop Seminar
300 Bushel/Acre Corn Production
 
March 01, 2019 11:50 - 3:45 PM EST
 
Dubois County 4-H Fairgrounds
6 miles South of Jasper on Hwy 162 S. near Bretzville, IN
 
PARP CREDIT FEE $10.00 - BRING YOUR PESTICIDE CARD
Attendance for the entire program is required for PARP credit.
CCH & CCA* credits applied for.
 
11:50-12:00 PM Welcome and Introductions
12:00- 1:00 PM Bob Nielsen - Purdue Corn Specialist, “Developing A Winning Corn Production Program”
1:00- 2:00 PM Bill Johnson - Purdue Weed Specialist, “Corn Weed Management & Herbicide Update**”
2:00- 2:15 PM Break 2:15- 3:15 PM Lloyd Murdock - Univ. of Kentucky Soil Scientist, “Fine Tuning Your Corn Nutrient Needs”
3:15- 3:45 PM Kenneth Eck - Purdue Extension Educator, “Private Applicator Record Keeping” (PARP Topic)
 
**This seminar does NOT qualify as a required dicamba educational event.
 
Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service is an equal access/equal opportunity institution. If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please contact us prior to the event at 812-482-1782. Purdue University, Indiana Counties and U. S. Department of Agriculture Cooperating
 
* CCH: Cat. 1, 14 & RT - 2 CCH & CEU: NM=1.0; CM=1.0; IPM=1.5 

05
Tuesday

Miami County PARP Winter Meeting

9:00am - 12:30pm

Miami County 4-H Fairgrounds Event Center, 1079 W 200 N, Peru, IN, 46970

Winter Meeting with Miami SWCD, Miami County Extension & Moss Fertilizer for PARP points
Date: Tuesday, March 5th, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Place: Miami County 4-H Fairgrounds Event Center
 
Your invited to our annual Winter Meeting for Dicamba Training, Private Applicator points, RT points, CCH points, Category 14 and CCA points for continued education credits. There will be a $10/person charge by Purdue University for all attendees. Please R.S.V.P to Moss Fertilizer, Miami County Extension, or Miami County SWCD if you plan to attend by Feb. 26th
 
Agenda
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. – Dicamba Applicator Training by Bayer Crop Science
10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. - Cam Mills – Cass County Farmer – Success with Cover Crops
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. - Todd Zehr –Owner - Soil Biotics – “Providing Full Circle Improvement for Soil Health and Plant Growth Naturally”
12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m - Lunch provided by Bayer Crop Science 

Irrigated Corn and Soybean Production

8:30am - 3:00pm

The Blue Gate Restaurant, 195 North Van Buren St, Shipshewana, IN, 46565

Agricultural producers from Indiana and Michigan are interested in fine-tuning their irrigated corn and soybean production systems. Because of this, the Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana Corn Marketing Council, the Michigan Soybean Promotion Committee, the Corn Marketing Program of Michigan, Michigan State University Extension and Purdue Extension are cooperating to conduct an educational program to address issues related to irrigated corn and soybean production. The program will be held on Tuesday, March 5th from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST at the Blue Gate Restaurant, 195 North Van Buren St., Shipshewana, IN 46565. There is a $15.00 per person registration fee and pre-registration is requested by Thursday, February 28th, to ensure an accurate count for lunch and materials. A registration flyer can be downloaded from http://www.extension.purdue.edu/lagrange or call 260-499-6334 for registration questions. For information on program content, please contact Mike Staton, MSU Extension Soybean Educator, 3255 122nd Avenue, Suite 101, Allegan, MI 49010-9511 or contact him at 269-673-0370 or staton@msu.edu.

Marshall County 2019 Crop Update

7:00pm - 9:30pm

Marshall County Building, 112 W Jefferson St, Room 304, Plymouth , IN, 46563

06
Wednesday

Southern Indiana Grazing Conference

8:00am - 4:00pm

2019 Indiana Organic Grain Farmer Meeting

8:30am - 5:30pm

Beck Agricultural Center, 4550 US 52 W, West Lafayette, IN, 47906

2019 Indiana Organic Grain Farmer Meeting
DRAFT Agenda
 
Join us for Indiana's only organic grain-focused educational and networking conference!
 
Wednesday and Thursday, March 6-7, 2019
Beck Agricultural Center, 4550 U.S. 52 W, West Lafayette, IN 47906
       
www.purdue.edu/dffs/organicag/          
www.jaspercountyswcd.org/
 

13
Wednesday

Dicamba Training and Agronomic Update

9:00am - 12:30pm

Van Buren Event Center, 301 W Van Buren St, Columbia City, IN, 46725

Please contact John Woodmansee for more information. 
 
Phone: 260-244-7615
Email: jwoodman@purdue.edu

21
Thursday

Conservation Focus Workshop & Ag Outlook Meeting

8:00am - 3:00pm

Kuhlman Center, 861 Salisbury Road North, Richmond, IN, 47374

Plan to join us for the Conservation Focus Workshop: PARP and Ag Outlook Meeting on March 21, 2019. Registration and the noon meal are free. (please see below for PARP fees). A full day of informative topics focused on agricultural conservation, with an "Ag Outlook" meeting in the afternoon. A small trade show of area agribusiness exhibitors will be available throughout the day.
 
Private Pesticide Applicator Credit, Commercial CCH Credit and Certified Crop Advisor Credit will be offered. There is a $10 PARP fee, due at completion of the PARP session.
 
8:00 AM Free Registration
enjoy complimentary doughnuts and coffee
 
MORNING SESSIONS:
  • Agency Updates & Sponsor Corner
  • CISMA’s (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas) Liz Yetter
  • PARP:
    • *2018-2019 Weed Update and Forecast- Marcelo Zimmer, Purdue Weed Science Extension Specialist
    • *Weather Apps for Wind Speeds & Inversion- Jonathan Ferris, Extension Educator
    • *Dicamba Update- Marcelo Zimmer, Purdue Weed Science Extension Specialist
Noon: Free Lunch, provided by area agribusiness sponsors and funds from the Wayne County Foundation Match Grant.
 
AFTERNOON SESSION:
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM: Ag Outlook Meeting- Dr. Michael Langemeier, Professor of Agricultural Economics and Associate Director of Purdue’s Center for Commercial Agriculture
 
Please contact the Wayne County SWCD at 765-373-9542 with any questions.

 

Solutions for the Progressive Farmer

10:00am - 4:30pm

Performance Ag Indiana , 1515 S CR 800 W, Frankfort, IN, 46041

Please view the PDF for more details. 
 
Contact Clayton Michael-Butler for more details.
Phone: 765-412-0426

25
Monday

Private Applicator Recertification Program

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Whitley County 4-H Center, 680 W Squawbuck Road, Columbia City, IN, 46725

Please contact John Woodmansee for more information:
 
Phone: 260-244-7615
Email: jwoodman@purdue.edu

Noble County PARP

8:30am - 11:00am

Noble County Extension Office, 2090 N State Road 9, Albion , IN, 46701

Purdue Extension Noble County Pesticide Training
 
Credits available for Private Applicators (PARP), Commercial Applicators, and CCAs.
No cost for general attendance. 
To earn PARP credit, bring your license and $10. 
 
March25, 2019
9:00 - 11:00 AM (8:30 check-in)
Noble County Extension Office
 
Reservation Requested
Call 260-636-2111 with name, phone, and applicator ID

27
Wednesday

Maximizing ROI: Foliar Insects & Diseases

1:00pm - 2:00pm

Hosted online through ON24 Platform
 
Please contact Abby Tolley for more information. 
Email: atolley@flmharvert.com
Phone: 612-808-8441
 
Summary
MAXIMIZING ROI: FOLIAR INSECTS AND DISEASES 
Pests and diseases can not only rob yield, treatments can become costly if accurate diagnosis and thoughtful program creations are overlooked.
 
With this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to earn CEU credits as Bob Hooten, seasoned FMC technical expert, will share insights on how to protect against yield robbers while maximizing ROI with fungicides and insecticides.
 
Key Takeaways:
Identifying the impact of corn and soybean insect pests.
Determining thresholds for corn and soybean diseases.
Critical considerations for effective treatment of insects and disease.
Reviewing the options available for treatment programs based on regional best practices.
How to maximize ROI through insecticide and fungicide tank mixing.
 
CEUs (PENDING): 1.0 in Integrated Pest Management for CCAs
If you wish to receive credit, please enter your CCA ID in the registration form. To receive full credit, participants must view at least 45 minutes of the presentation. Participants viewing on-demand must also pass the Knowledge Check at the end of the webinar. 

April 2019
03
Wednesday

Core Cover Crops

8:30am - 4:00pm

Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant St, Noblesville, IN, 46060

April 3, 2019 - Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds
 
This training provides a foundation for understanding how cover crops may be incorporated into Midwestern cropping systems, including considerations for changes in nutrient and pest management. Target audience for this training includes ICP staff, farmer-mentors, agronomists, and other ag professionals who have not attended Advanced Cover Crops Trainings.
 
AGENDA
8:30 AM Registration / Check-in
9:00 AM Benefits and Selections of Cover Crops Joe Rorick, CCSI Conservation Agronomist
9:15 AM Indiana Seed Laws Don Robison, Office of the IN State Chemist Seed Administrator
10:00 AM Cover Crop Strategies and Equipment Joe Rorick, CCSI Conservation Agronomist
10:30 AM BREAK
10:45 AM Hands-on Exercise: Seeding Tools and Calculators Eileen Kladivko, Purdue University Professor of Agronomy Stephanie McLain, Indiana USDA-NRCS State Soil Health Specialist
11:45 AM Pest Management in Cover Crop Systems John Obermeyer, Purdue University Integrated Pest Mgmt Specialist
12:30 PM Lunch (provided by SARE)
1:15 PM Cover Crop Termination Betsy Bower, Ceres Solutions Agronomist
2:15 PM Hands-on Evaluation and ID of Cover Crops
3:45 PM Wrap Up
4:00 PM Conclude
 
Register online: https://corecovercrops2019.eventbrite.com
For more information or questions, contact: Jessica Hoehn at jessica.hoehn@in.nacdnet.net/ 812-972-8194

04
Thursday

Core Soil Health Systems

8:30am - 4:00pm

Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant St, Noblesville, IN, 46060

April 4th, 2019 - Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds
 
This training provides a foundation for understanding cropping systems that can lead to improved soil health and the implications of practices such as tillage, adaptive nutrient and pest management and cover crops. Target audience for this training includes ICP staff, farmer-mentors, agronomists, and other ag professionals who have not attended Advanced Cover Crops Trainings.
 
AGENDA
8:30 AM Registration / Check-in
9:00 AM Sustainable and Regenerative Soil Health Systems Joe Rorick, CCSI Conservation Agronomist
9:30 AM Nutrient Management in Soil Health Systems Jim Camberato, Purdue University Soil Fertility Specialist
10:30 AM BREAK
10:45 AM Insect Pest and Beneficials Management John Obermeyer, Purdue University Integrated Pest Mgmt Specialist
11:45 AM Lunch (provided by SARE)
12:30 PM Soil Health Cropping Systems and Equipment Stephanie McLain, Indiana USDA-NRCS State Soil Health Specialist
1:30 PM BREAK
1:45 PM Weed Management Considerations for a Soil Health System Danny Greene, Owner / Agronomist, Greene Crop Consulting
2:45 PM Livestock Integration
3:45 PM Wrap
4:00 PM Conclude
 
Register online: https://coresoilhealth2019.eventbrite.com
For more information or questions, contact: Jessica Hoehn at jessica.hoehn@in.nacdnet.net / 812-972-8194

June 2019
11
Tuesday

Early Season Diagnostic Workshop

8:30am - 3:30pm

Agronomy Center for Research and Education, 4550 US Hwy 52 W, West Lafayette, IN, 47906

Please contact Corey Gerber for more information.
Email: gerberc@purdue.edu
Phone: 765-496-3755

18
Tuesday

NEPAC Crop Diagnostic Workshop

8:30am - 3:00pm

NEPAC, 4821 E 400 S, Columbia City, IN, 46725

AGENDA
June 18, 2019
8:30 am EST — Registration
9:00 am “Update on Weed Control Strategies and Herbicide Resistance ” Bill Johnson/Marcelo Zimmer—Purdue Botany & Plant Pathology Dept.
9:55 am “Crop Disease Management Updates” Darcy Telenko - Purdue Botany and Plant Pathology Dept.
10:45 am Break
11:00 am “Drift Issues/Pesticide Program Updates” Joe Becovitz, Office of IN State Chemist
11:45 am “NEPAC Demonstration Plots/Research” NEPAC Farm Staff
12:00 pm Lunch Served
12:30 pm “Soil Phosphorus Testing for Agronomic Efficiency Improvement and Non-point Loss Reduction” Chad Penn, Purdue University Agricultural Research Service
1:35 pm “Drone (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) Technology and Uses for Crop Monitoring” Crystal Van Pelt, Purdue Extension Educator and Erich Eller, ForeFront Ag Solutions
2:30 pm Wrap up and Evaluation
 
Registration procedures have recently been updated!
Cost for the workshop is $90 per person
Registration for this program is online: http://www.cvent.com/d/46qgxw
Payment may be made by check or credit card.
Each person attending the workshop must first register online (can be done by an appointed person).
An e-mail will be sent to confirm registration.
Register Online by June 14, 2019
If you have questions, contact: Ed Farris @ 260-358-4826 or E-mail: emfarris@purdue.edu

19
Wednesday

Pinney Purdue Crop Diagnostic Training

9:00am - 4:00pm

Pinney Purdue Ag Center, 11402 S County Line Road, Wanatah, IN, 46390

Pinney Purdue Crop Diagnostic Training
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Pinney Purdue Ag Center, 11402 S. County Line Road, Wanatah, IN (All times are Central Daylight Savings Time)
 
The Pinney Purdue Diagnostic Training will provide a “hands-on” approach for teaching the art and science of accurately diagnosing crop problems for Northwest Indiana. Together with a late summer training (September 4), the sessions should help those who work with field crops to fine-tune their season-long problem trouble-shooting skills and evaluate new and alternative management strategies. These sessions will provide pertinent information on interacting factors (nutrient, pest, and environmental stresses) that impact corn and soybean growth and development.
 
9:00 am CDT (10:00 am EDT) Registration, Refreshments, PARP Sign-up and Welcome
9:30 am Session 1: Early Season Corn Growth & Development (Tony Vyn)
10:30 am Break/Travel Time
10:45 am Session 2: Early Season Soybean Growth & Development (Shaun Casteel)
11:45 am Lunch
12:15 pm Session 3: Dealing with Agronomic Insect Pests (Christian Krupke)
1:15 pm Break/Travel Time 1:30 pm Session 4: 2019 Weed Management Update (Bill Johnson)
2:30 pm Break/Travel Time
2:45 pm Session 5: Efficient Crop Scouting Using Drone Assistance (Phil Woolery & Bob Yoder)
3:45 pm CCA CEU and CCH Sign-Up; pick up PARP receipts
 
Registration: $50 and includes Corn & Soybean Field Guide, lunch and other information. Register with check or credit card at http://www.cvent.com/d/m6q6d2. Additional workshop details at https://ag.purdue.edu/arge/pac/Pages/ppac-home.aspx.
 
Workshop participants will be awarded: Certified Crop Adviser CEUs: (applied for: IPM=3; CM=2) CEUs are only applicable to the ASA/CCA Continuing Education Program. Commercial Applicator CCHs: (Cat 1=5 CCHs; Cat 11=4 CCHs; Cat 14=2 CCHs, RT=4 CCHs) PARP Credit available for Indiana Private Applicators (with additional $10 PARP fee) Topics covered at the workshop determine the categories and hours awarded.
 
It is the policy of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service that all persons have equal opportunity and access to its educational programs, services, activities, and facilities without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, disability or status as a veteran. Purdue University is an Affirmative Action institution. This material may be available in alternative form

26
Wednesday

Central Indiana Seed Treatment Workshop

8:30am - 2:30pm

Davis Purdue Ag Center, 6230 IN-1, Farmland, IN, 47340

Central Indiana Seed Treatment Workshop
 
Purdue Extension Delaware County is hosting the Central Indiana Seed Treatment Workshop on June 26th from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm. Speakers from Purdue and industry will be covering topics including Treatment law, weather, biologicals, and other relevant topics to seed treatment. This event will take place at the Davis Purdue Ag Center (6230 IN-1, Farmland, IN 47340) just north of Farmland, IN.

Commercial Applicator Category 4 credits will be offered (5 CCH's total in Category 4 and RT). CCA credits have been applied for as well.
Registration is not complete until payment is received.
Due to the popularity of this workshop, checks must be received within 5 business days of registration.

Purdue University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action university. If you require special accommodations to attend this event, please email Mark Carter at Carte264@purdue.edu.

Checks should be made payable to Purdue University and mailed to:
The Education Store
301 S 2nd St
Lafayette, IN 47901 

Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel for any reason your registration is subject to a $14 cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued after June 21, 2019. 

For registration questions contact The Education Store at 765-494-6794.

If you have questions about this course, please contact Mark Carter at Carte264@purdue.edu.

July 2019
23
Tuesday

The InfoAg Conference

All day event

Union Station, 1820 Market Street One Union Station, St. Louis, MO, 63103

Since 1995, the InfoAg Conference has been the premier event for discussion and advancement of precision agriculture. This event draws interest from domestic and international agriculture professionals and features a wide range of educational and networking opportunities for professionals interested in learning more about precision agriculture techniques.

Central Indiana Field Day

9:00am - 2:00pm

Roseburg Event Center, 2983 W 38th St, Marion, IN, 46953

2019 Central Indiana Field Day
 
CCH Directions:
Participants are only allowed to attend 4 sessions throughout the day. Each session the participants will have 1/4 topics to select. At the end of the session, a sign in sheet will be sent around by an Extension Educator to have participants record the session they attended. By the end of the day, participants are allowed a maximum of 4 CCHs for the event. These individuals are REQUIRED to come to the Regulatory topic at 1:15 PM.
 
CEU Directions:
Each session will have sign-in/sign-out sheets that the Certified Crop Advisors must sign! They are not required to come to the Regulatory topic at 1:15 PM.
 
PARP Directions:
Participants are required to attend two PARP approved topics. Each participant requesting PARP credits must obtain a PARP Ticket from the Extension Educator that is hosting each session. The participant MUST come to the Regulatory Topic at 1:00 PM with TWO PARP Tickets. They will sign attendance sheets and pay $10.00 PARP Fee.
 
Session 1
9:05 – 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Bob Nielsen (Purdue Extension Corn Specialist) will be giving an update in the latest trends and research results happing across the country in corn production. 
9:05 – 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [ CAT 1, 14] CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Jim Camberato (Purdue Extension Soil Nutrient Specialist) will be giving an update soil fertility practices and nutrient management. 
9:05 - 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Joe Rorick will discuss key management practices in cover crop systems as well as economics of cover crops.
9:05 – 9:45 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Klein Ileleji (Purdue Extension ABE Specialist) will provide information on post-harvest management of grains in storage systems.

Session 2
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Scott (Purdue Digital Agriculture Coordinator) will be talking about digital diagnostics for decision making in soybeans.  Using remote sensing to look at physiology of soybeans.
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Marcelo Zimmer (Purdue Extension Weed Specialist) will discuss his research on weeds and cover crop hosts.
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH, CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Obermeyer (Purdue Entomology Specialist), will give an update on 2019 entomology issues and will provide information based on his latest research.
9:50 – 10:30 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Klein Ileleji (Purdue Extension ABE Specialist) will provide information on post-harvest management of grains in storage systems.
 
Session 3
10:35 - 11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Bob Nielsen (Purdue Extension Corn Specialist) will be giving an update in the latest trends and research results happing across the country in corn production. 
10:35 – 11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1, 14] CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Dr. Jim Camberato (Purdue Extension Soil Nutrient Specialist) will be giving an update soil fertility practices and nutrient management. 
10:35 – 11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Joe Rorick will discuss key management practices in cover crop systems as well as economics of cover crops.
10:35-11:15 AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU & PARP CREDITS)
Austin Pearson, Mark Carter, Adam Shanks (Purdue Extension Quad Squad) will present information on UAV technology and how to apply to crop scouting.
 
Session 4
11:20 – 12:00 PM (REQUESTING CCH [CAT 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Scott (Purdue Digital Agriculture Coordinator) will be talking about digital diagnostics for decision making in soybeans.  Using remote sensing to look at physiology of soybeans.
11:20 – 12:00 PM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
Marcelo Zimmer (Purdue Extension Weed Specialist) will discuss his research on weeds and cover crop hosts.
11:20 – 12:00 PM (REQUESTING CCH, CEU, & PARP CREDITS)
John Obermeyer (Purdue Entomology Specialist), will give an update on 2019 entomology issues and will provide information based on his latest research.
 
11:20 – 12:00 PM AM (REQUESTING CCH [Cat. 1], CEU & PARP CREDITS)
Austin Pearson, Mark Carter, Adam Shanks (Purdue Extension Quad Squad) will present information on UAV technology and how to apply to crop scouting.
 
12:05 – 1:15 PM Lunch
 
1:15 – 1:45 (PARP & CCH)
Regulatory topic will be presented at this time.  We will present the “Personal Protective Equipment” topic. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

30
Tuesday

CCA Day at DTC

All day event

Purdue University NEPAC Diagnostic Training and Research Center, 4821 East 400 South, Columbia City, IN, 46725

31
Wednesday

CCA Day at DTC

All day event

Purdue University Diagnostic Training and Research Center, 4540 US 52 W, West Lafaytte, IN, 47906

August 2019
01
Thursday

CCA Day at DTC

All day event

Purdue University Diagnostic Training and Research Center, 4540 US 52 W, West Lafayette, IN, 47906

December 2019
17
Tuesday

2019 Indiana CCA Conference

8:00am - 5:00pm

Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46219

The Indiana CCA Conference is an excellent opportunity for earning continuing education units and networking with other CCAs. The two-day program is packed with presentations. There are four to five concurrent sessions each hour. Each day the morning sessions are repeated in the afternoon giving you plenty of opportunity to hear the talks of interest. The program features leaders from Indiana agriculture as well as speakers from other parts of the country. The program is designed to allow CCAs to earn up to 16 CEUs during the two days.