Jackson woman chosen for MARL Class XI

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MARSHALL — Chelsea Honnette of Jackson was chosen as one of 28 individuals to participate in Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership (MARL) Class XI.

MARL is a two-year educational experience featuring nin, two- and three-day in-state seminars, a six-day national study seminar and a two-week international study seminar. Class XI is comprised of both agricultural producers and those involved in agribusiness or rural leadership positions.

MARL Class XI will first meet Nov. 23 in St. Cloud.

MARL is a partnership between its administrative host Southwest Minnesota State University and University of Minnesota Extension, which develops and delivers the curriculum.


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