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28 Chosen for MARL Class XI

Posted from Monday, June 29, 2020 through Friday, July 10, 2020

Twenty-eight individuals have been selected to participate in Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership (MARL), Class XI.

MARL is a highly customized dynamic two-year educational experience featuring nine, two- and three-day in-state seminars, a six-day national study seminar and a two-week international study seminar.

Class XI is comprised of both agricultural producers and those involved in agribusiness or rural leadership positions.

“The quality of applicants to MARL continues to be high,” said Executive Director Olga Reuvekamp. “The board had a very difficult task in selecting MARL Class XI participants,” she said. “The program really develops the leadership qualities of the participants, and these are the individuals who are making a difference in agriculture today.”

The MARL calendar is designed to accommodate the busy schedules of participants, with most activities occurring over the winter months. MARL Class XI will first meet November 23, 2020 in St. Cloud.

The following individuals have been selected for MARL Class XI:

  • Haley Ammann-Ekstrom, Welcome
  • Dylan Barth, Lakeville
  • Quyntin Brandt, Shakopee
  • Nada Carter, Starbuck
  • Joel Dorn, St. Peter
  • Erik Evans, Fridley
  • Shannon Gegner, Redwood Falls
  • Elizabeth Golombiecki, Morris
  • Holly Hatlewick, Granite Falls
  • Cheryal Hills, Brainerd
  • Chelsea Honnette, Jackson
  • Katie Knapp, Minneapolis
  • Ausin Ludowese, Stewart
  • Steven Marsh, Gonvick
  • Sarah McCall, Fairmont
  • Jessica Miller, Mankato
  • Deborah Mills, Lake City
  • Kim Neumann, Wabasso
  • Robert Orsten, Willmar
  • Jesse Pabst, Pennock
  • Kaelyn Platz, Pemberton
  • Brad Schloesser, St. Peter
  • Amy Smith, Rockford
  • Jana Stangler, Utica
  • Brittany Ullrich, Detroit Lakes
  • Dan Vagle, Lancaster
  • Charlie Vogel, Thief River Falls
  • Roy Wookey, New London

 

 

MARL is a partnership between its administrative host Southwest Minnesota State University and University of Minnesota Extension, which develops and delivers the curriculum. The program is made possible by many generous investors and sponsors.

 

 

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