2013 Agri-Business Council Stakeholder Survey
The Agri-Business Council Board has asked Fond du Lac County UW-Extension to help evaluate the Council's mission, programs, and to set future goals. This survey is a first step to see what members, prospective members, and community partners think about our current operations.
Survey results will be anonymous and will directly impact the future of our organization. Please note that NO changes will be made to organizational policy or plans on the basis of this survey alone. Responses will be used to guide discussions at upcoming meetings of members and the board, including a special Town Hall meeting on Friday, January 31 from 11am – 2pm at UW-Fond du Lac.
Member feedback is essential throughout this process, and the Council looks forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Brenda Gudex, Director of the Agri-Business Council, at (920) 921-9500 or Brenda@fdlac.com.
About the Council
The Agri-Business Council Board of Directors serves the membership of the Agri-Business Council. The Board strives to meet the goals of the Agri-Business Council to provide a forum for communication among Fond du Lac area agribusiness entities, to assist in cooperative promotion of Fond du Lac area agribusiness from the field to the table as well as providing local awareness among agribusiness of their individual roles in the economy of the Fond du Lac area.
The Fond du Lac Area Agri-Business Council Scholarships and the Fond du Lac Area Foundation Harold Reinecke Scholarship will be available to individuals from the Fond du Lac County area pursuing post-secondary training at a university, trade school, technical college, UW-Short Course, etc.; in the fields of agriculture or agribusiness. The Fond du Lac Area Foundation Harold Reinecke Scholarship honors the long-time county extension agent by establishing this scholarship to aid young people preparing for careers in agriculture.
Click HERE to access the 2013 Fond du Lac Area Agri-Business Council and Harold Reinecke Scholarship.
For more information contact the AC at (920) 921-9500.