PROTECT THE HARVEST TO HOLD RANGE RIGHTS AND RESOURCE SYMPOSIUM MAY 20TH-21ST
May 20-21 at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah.
Next month, Protect The Harvest will be hosting its Range Rights and Resource Symposium, May 20th and 21st in Layton, Utah. The theme of the symposium will be 'Ending the Sound of Silence: Your Rights Are Your Property!'
At the Davis Conference Center, attendees will be able to hear from speakers including Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), Ramona Hage, Demar Dahl (past president of Nevada Cattlemen's Association and current Chairman of the Nevada Land Management Task Force), Waddie Mitchell, Terry Padilla, and many more.
The event will be emceed by Trent Loos, host of the Loos Tales radio program, experienced farmer and agriculture advocate. In 2008, Trent was recognized as the “Voice of Rural America” by the West Quest organization for his ground-breaking work in advocating for agriculture and speaking on behalf of the folks who would rather stay home and tend to their crops and livestock than take on those attacking their life-sustaining industry.
The Range Rights and Resource Symposium will cover a wide range of topics, such as: Pending Legislation, Public Relations and Intimidation, Federal vs. State Right to Water, and Grazing and Wild Horses. Attendees will also hear from Ramona Hage on her family's appeal of the U.S. v. Hage case.
Tickets for the symposium can be purchased here. They are $125 through May 10th and $150 thereafter, the cost including one dinner and two lunches.
We look forward to seeing you at The Range Rights and Resource Symposium on May 20-21 in Layton, Utah!