Late change to Visas prevents visits with government officials, commercial farms
WORTHINGTON — Three days before they were to leave on their international study trip, the participants of Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership (MARL) Class V learned their business Visa had been changed to a tourist Visa, and that many of their planned visits to commercial farms in Cuba would no longer be possible.
MARSHALL — Four area individuals have been selected as participants in the next Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership (MARL) Program class.
Joe VanderKooi, a dairy and crop producer from rural Worthington; Louise Worm, an ag science teacher from Lakefield; Doug Westerman, Red Rock Rural Water System operations manager from Windom, and Monica Anderson, a corn and soybean producer from Walnut Grove, were among the 32 members selected for the class.
May 13, 2008
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