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  • Covey, Smith
    orwarding the following call for proposals at the National Rural Development Partnership annual conference. Hope we have some takers to present the
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2004
      Forwarding the following call for proposals at the National Rural Development Partnership annual conference. Hope we have some takers to present the partnership capacity of RC&D there.

      Smith Covey
      National RC&D Coordinator
      202-720-0658


      -----Original Message-----
      From: David Barr [mailto:dbarr@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 2:31 PM
      To: Nat. Rural Development Council
      Subject: NRDP 2004 Conference-Call for Proposals



      Call for Proposals: Presentations, Panel Discussions, and Workshops



      National Rural Development Partnership

      2004 Annual Conference

      August 30, 2004 through September 2, 2004

      Oklahoma City, OK





      The 2004 National Rural Development Partnership (NRDP) Conference is now in
      the planning stage!



      Each year the NRDP sponsors an annual conference and a series of technical
      meetings to bring together partners from all levels of government, as well
      as private for-profit and non-profit organizations, to address the needs of
      rural America.



      The 2004 Annual Conference promises to offer the single best opportunity for
      ensuring that issues of concern to rural communities are brought to the
      forefront. The real strength of the Partnership comes from the opportunities
      it provides for interaction and collaboration among partner organizations.



      To ensure the very best program is delivered to all our attendees, we would
      like your input. We want to effectively address barriers and issues of
      concern in rural America, as well as highlight what works.



      Please submit a proposal for a session you are prepared to deliver or
      organize. All proposals will be evaluated and we will include as many
      sessions as possible in the conference program.



      Please include the following information and limit your proposal to one page
      if possible.





      * Name of Presenter/Organizer



      * Session Title/Topic



      * Format (presentation, workshop, etc.)



      * Outline



      * Audience



      * Benefit to Audience



      * Time needed



      * Follow-up Programs available



      * Fee Usually Charged for Presentation



      * Interest in Co-sponsoring the Conference







      Deadline for submission is April 15, 2004.

      E-mail proposals to Sharon Colbert (scolbert@...
      <mailto:scolbert@...> ), USDA Rural Development.



      PLEASE DISTRIBUTE THIS NOTICE AS APPROPRIATE.
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