Estate Planning & Family Relations
Rural Economics, Marketing & Entrepreneurship
Energy & the Environment
International Study Tour
Implementation & Achievement
A brief sampling of seminar topics includes the following: team building, niche marketing, ag diversification, federal land policy, mediation, understanding farm programs, media message development, interpreting agricultural policy, understanding the legislative process, state water issues, Wyoming fiscal policies, business planning, effective listening, estate and tax planning, emerging energy issues, coordinated resource management, the oil and gas and mineral industries, foreign trade issues, economic development, emerging agricultural issues and new research and technologies in agriculture.
Fundamentals of Communication
Ag & Natural Resource Policy
April 2018 in Washington, D.C.
CLASS 15 SEMINAR SCHEDULE - Tentative
To be eligible for the program, participants must be a Wyoming resident for at least one year and be a minimum of 25 years old. Preference is given to applicants who are involved in agricultural production or an ag-related business.
A selection committee interviews eligible applicants and their spouses before the class begins. Up to 18 men and women are selected in each L.E.A.D. class. Individual participants contribute a portion of the program costs through tuition and individual sponsorships.
Cindy Garretson-Weibel, Program Director
For more information on the Wyoming L.E.A.D. program, contact:
Class 14 graduated in January 2017, and we invite you to be among the next crop of agricultural leaders that is being cultivated. The next class is expected to begin in the Fall of 2017, with applications being accepted from April 1, 2017 - July 15, 2017.