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Day 6 – Travel Day, ATL>D.C.

A big part of the Ag Leadership Program is spending time as a class doing a synthesis session. Synthesis allows us to gather our thoughts and ideas about the seminars and activities we’ve participated in over the course of a few days and share what we’ve learned and how we’ve been impacted.

We reflected on our time learning about California’s political environment as well as Georgia’s state legislature. While in Atlanta, we had the opportunity to learn more about Martin Luther King, Jr. and his legacy in the civil rights movement. We met with researchers at Georgia Tech to learn about how the poultry industry is using robotics to be more efficient. All in all, the week’s agenda provided us with insight into the leadership journeys of local and national leaders.

After we completed our synthesis this afternoon, our class members boarded a plane in Atlanta and headed to D.C. where we’ll spend the week meeting with U.S. legislators, governmental agencies and the Mozambique Embassy to prepare us for our international trip in November.

Keep checking back to learn more about our travels.

Safely landed in D.C.
Class 50 Members Matt Peyret, Lindsey Liebig, Megan Grima, Natasha Crivelli, Tyler Blackney at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
When in D.C. the Metro is the best way to travel.

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