Wyoming L.E.A.D. gleans successful trip
Wyoming Leadership Education and Development (L.E.A.D.) is an adult education program, founded in 1984 with the mission to help those who aspire to become leaders in agriculture and throughout Wyoming communities. This adult agricultural education program is designed to develop leaders for Wyoming who can speak forcefully and articulately for Wyoming agriculture.
The various topics participants can learn include communication, family business planning, leadership, agricultural policy, programs and trade, rural economics and marketing, natural resources and energy, state and national government and value-added agriculture.
Wyoming L.E.A.D. Class 16 completed their nine in-state seminars in 2020, and will have a regional tour scheduled for late August to complete their leadership journey. In early June, the class completed their national government seminar with a trip to Washington, D.C.
For more information, visit wylead.com.