This year’s Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop (CPASW) will offer two optional educational tours – check them out on the registration site and the itineraries on the agenda. The tours will showcase agriculture and history of this region. The Thursday tour will feature Red River Valley agriculture, including a visit to a Black Angus farm, local winery and the historic village, Bonanzaville. The evening will conclude with an abbreviated Bar-B-Q Bootcamp, made famous by NDSU Animal Scientists to promote agriculture and highlight meat grilling! Regional history will be the focus of the Friday tour including visits to Fort Abercrombie, a major site of the U.S.-Dakota (Sioux) Indian War of 1862, and the Bagg Bonanza Farm which showcases early history “bonanza” farming. You can indicate your participation in these tours on the registration form.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask: Jenna Meyers (Jenna.Meyers@noaa.gov, 301-427-9113) or Adnan Akyuz (email@example.com, 701-231-6577)
Register now as early bird rates end April 1st – https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/CPASW/registration
Draft Agenda* posted here: https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/CPASW/program