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Thank you to our sponsors.
Thank you to all who attended the 2012 National Land Conference in Denver, CO March 26 - 28. It was such a 
great success! 
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Interviews from the Land Conference on This Week in Agribusiness 

Kirk Weih, ALC and Chuck Wingert, ALC and 2012 President Elect interview aired April 4, 2012. 
Bob Turner, ALC and George Clift, ALC and National Vice President interview aired April 14, 2012.

Highlights from the Conference:
Speed Networking:
Attendees got together to make meet and make deals in under three minutes for Speed Networking. 
Education Sessions:
Getting down to business, the educational sessions kicked off Tuesday morning.
Dr. Mark Dotzour and KC Conway have an armchair chat conducted by Andre J. van Rensburg, ALC.
Awards Luncheon: 
Awards were given out to outstanding RLI Members at the Awards Luncheon.
Texas RLI Chapter was given the 2011 Outstanding Chapter award for their dedication to education and membership. 
Kirk Goble,ALC, was given an award for Excellence in Instruction for 2011. 
Rusty Lowe, ALC, and Minor Taylor, ALC, were awarded the ALC-to-ALC Networking Awards for their mutual land deal.
New ALCs:
Congratulations to our newest ALCs: (from left to right) Zurick Labrier, Michael Lunn, Sheldon Snyder,
Derrick Volchoff, Richard Hefley, Bart Miller, John Rupp, Mark Skillman, and Charles C. "Squire" Smith. 
Cowboy Auction:
Thank you to those who donated, those who bid and everyone involved in the Cowboy Auction! 
It was a great time and a great success! 
 A special thank you to the Colorado RLI Chapter for being a terrific host chapter! 

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Fund Contributor Thank you to the Land Education Fund for contributing to the 2012 Land Conference Educational Sessions.
The Foundation is exclusively to support and build educational programs and services that contribute to the knowledge
and wise utilization of land. To learn more, contact Sam Kain at