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This year’s top Almond Leadership Class project award goes to “Getting the Word Out to the PCAs” by Nathan Lewis. Sabrina Hill has the details on the projects and a new honor the winner will get this year.
Click to open or download audio report.

For the past year, the members of the Almond Leadership Class have been working on special projects they created with the goal of adding value to the almond industry. Each member recently presented their projects to an audience made up of other participants, almond board staff, committee members, and industry members. The audience then voted on a top project.

To register for the Almond Conference, visit almondconference.com.

For the Almond Board of California, click here.

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