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Submit questions now for Aug. 30 webinar on drought

Drought issues webinar set for Aug. 30, Noon EDT/11 a.m. CDT. Participants invited to submit questions prior to webinar. No charge to attend. Contact Harrison Pittman, (479) 575-7640 for more information.

Participants are invited to submit questions for Thursday's drought issues webinar hosted by the National Agricultural Law Center of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture.

The presenters are Center Director Harrison Pittman and Grant Ballard, research consultant for the center and attorney with the Banks Law Firm, PLLC.

There is no charge to attend and participating is very easy. At the noon Eastern/11 a.m. Central start time, simply click here and sign in as a guest.

“Drought touches so many facets such as food prices, transportation and farm insurance," said Harrison Pittman, center director.  “All of those interactions are raising lots of questions among producers, lawmakers and others.”

Questions can be sent via email to Harrison Pittman at hmpittm@uark.edu, via Twitter direct message to @nataglaw, or via Facebook at www.facebook.com/nataglaw.

This free webinar is part of a series of educational webinars provided by the National Agricultural Law Center with generous support from the Banks Law Firm, PLLC. The gift was given in order to provide a legal education series focused on agricultural producers and to help publicize the 25th anniversary of the National Agricultural Law Center.

For more information about the webinar, see here.
For more information about drought, see here.

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