Theme, place set for 2005 conference

Theme for the 2005 Central Coast Cotton Conference will be “Changing Tides — How to Stay Afloat in the Changing California Cotton Industry,” according to Lowell and Becky Zelinski, conference organizers.

It will be the third year for the conference at The Cliff's Resort in Shell Beach, Calif. Dates are Nov. 16-18.

The program will be expanded to include round table discussions on cotton production and agronomics and a special session on laws and regulations.

“Next year's conference will feature presentations on what are influencing the changes in the California cotton industry; trends and projections for the future and how to change management and production practices to make operations more cost effective,” said Lowell Zelinski.

“We have had good response to our first two conferences, and we are looking forward to growing it even more,” said Becky Zelinski.

For more information and registration for 2005, contact Becky Zelinski at [email protected]

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