2021 High Plains No-Till Conference Postponed

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Published Thursday, December 31, 2020

The Colorado Conservation Tillage Association's 33rd Annual High Plains No-Till Conference has been postponed until August 2021. Originally slated for February, the event is still planned to be hosted in Burlington. 

"The CCTA board held a special meeting regarding the 2021 conference dates," said Cory Gilbert, CCTA President. "With the recent increase in COVID-19 cases and regulations that have been implemented locally and regionally, it has become clear that the chances of holding an event in February without severe limitations were slight."

The board made the unanimous decision to reschedule the conference for August 2021, noting that it would be in best interest of both attendees and sponsors. 

"We are hopeful that we can hold the event later in the year without the strict group size regulations, travel restrictions, and public health concerns that we would face in February," said Gilbert. "And we're optimistic that the August dates will offer new opportunities with the conference being held during a growing season."

Additional details will be announced as the organization finalizes adjustments to the August dates. Information about the upcoming conference and sponsorship opportunities can be found online at www.HighPlainsNoTill.com.

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