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1 SWIAA, 30 Years of Contributions to Indian Agriculture; Changing, Adapting and Developing Future Opportunities Conference Program INC. SWIAA 30th Annual Conference Program January 16 18, 2018 Aquarius Casino Laughlin, Nevada Monday - January 15, 2018 SWIAA Board of Directors Meeting Pisces Room 9:00 am

2 Tuesday - January 16, 2018 PAVILION B 8:00 am 5:00 pm Registration 9:00 am Conference Opening Opening Remarks Mr. Homer Marks Sr., President/CEO, SWIAA, Inc. Welcome Invocation Posting of Colors SWIAA, Inc. Veterans National Anthem 9:15 am SWIAA Annual Membership Meeting Speakers: Homer Marks, Sr., President/CEO, SWIAA, Inc. Robyn Interpreter, Attorney, Montgomery & Interpreter, PLC President s/ceo Report Re-Organization of the Southwest Indian Agricultural Association, Inc Article of Incorporation Bylaws of Association Current Status of Non-Profit Designation with AZ State Gov t & IRS Treasurer s Report Nominations & Election of New Board Members 11:00 11:15 am Refreshment Break Raffle Prize Drawing No. 1 Raffle Prize Drawing No. 2 11:15am Food Safety and Wildlife Considerations Speaker: Dr. Paula Rivadeneira, Assistant Specialist, Soil/Water and Environmental Science, Soil Water Enviro Sci-Res 12:00 1:30pm Lunch (on your own)

3 1:30 pm Update On NRCS Restructuring Efforts Speaker: Rebecca Salvatore, Assistant State Conservationist 2:15 pm Funding Opportunities for Producers, Farmers, and Ranchers Speaker: Dr. Jing Luo, Apex Applied Technology, Inc. Dr. Ilse Rojas, PhD, Project Engineer, Apex Applied Technology, Inc. "Nalwoodi Denzhone Community, Revitalizing the San Carlos Apache Reservation" Speaker: Mr. Bryce Barnes, President, Nalwoodi Denzhone Community, San Carlos Apache Reservation Raffle Prize Drawing No. 3 Raffle Prize Drawing No. 4 3:00 PM 3:15 PM REFRESHMENT BREAK 3:15 pm Wild Horse and Burro (Invited) Speaker: Callie Hendrickson, White River and Douglas Creek Conservation Districts, CO. 4:00 pm Fort McDowell Farms Speaker: Harold Payne, Farm Manager, Ft. McDowell Farms 5:00 7:00 pm SOCIAL HOUR SCORPIO ROOM Raffle Prize Drawing No. 5 Raffle Prize Drawing No. 6

4 12:00 Wednesday January 17, 2018 PAVILION B 9:00 am Call to Order: Mr. Andrew Antone Sr., Vice-President, SWIAA, Inc. Invocation: 9:10 am Solar Energy for Arizona Agriculture Speaker: Dr. Edward Franklin, Associate Professor, Agriculture Education 9:40 am Aquaponics in Arizona Speaker: Dr. Jason Licamele, Fish Farmacy, LLC 10:15 PM 10:30 PM REFRESHMENT BREAK Raffle Prize Drawing No. 7 Raffle Prize Drawing No. 8 10:30 am Sustainable Bio-economy for Arid Regions Speaker: Dr. Kimberly Ogden, Professor, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Director, Institute for Energy Solutions University of Arizona 11:15 am Agricultural Instruction for Youth on Gila River Speaker: Nancy A. Dooley, Director of Education Service, Juvenile Detention Center, Gila River Indian Community 12:00 NOON - LUNCHEON MASTER OF CEREMONIES Andrew Antone Sr., Vice President, SWIAA, Inc. DR. ROE B. LEWIS SCHOLARSHIP AWARD MARIO MARKS TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

5 2017 SWIAA AWARDS Native Seed / Search Mike Lejero Jonathan Thomas Robert Sotomayor Elisabeth Alden Sugie Fisher Priscilla Domingo MEMORIAL AWARD Gerald Brown DR. ROE B. LEWIS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 1:30 pm Scholarship Winner Speaker: 2:00 pm Scholarship Winner Speaker: 2:15 pm Agricultural Census 2018 Speaker: Dave DeWalt, State Statistician, Arizona Field Office 3:00 PM 3:15 PM REFRESHMENT BREAK 3:15 pm Juvenile Technical Education D Program Speaker: Jose Bernal, Agricultural Instructor 4:00 pm APHIS Tribal Activities Speaker: Dr. Terry W. Clark, DVM, Deputy Director, Office of National Tribal Liaison, USDA APHIS 2014 Farm Bill Section Speaker: Carl Etsitty, Tribal Liaison/Assistant Director, Office of National Tribal Liaison USDA APHIS 4:45 pm End of Session Raffle Prize Drawing No. 9 Raffle Prize Drawing No. 10

6 Raffle Prize Drawing No. 11 Raffle Prize Drawing No Raffle Prize Drawing No. 13 Thursday January 18, 2018 PAVILION B 9:00 am Call to Order: Homer Marks Sr., President/CEO, SWIAA, Inc. Invocation: 9:10 am Supplementing for Success Potential Mineral Deficiencies in Arizona Rangeland Speaker: Ashley Wright, University of Arizona Area Extension Agent Livestock 9:40 am Traditional Seed Banking Speaker: Melissa Kruse-Peeples, Native Seed/Search 10:15 10:30 AM REFRESHMENT BREAK 10:30 am Dairy Forage Production in Arizona Speaker: Dr. Duarte Diaz, Associate Professor & Dairy Extension Specialist, Animal & Comparative Bio Medical Sciences 11:15 am Food Safety Canning Speaker: Hope Wilson, Agricultural Extension Raffle Prize Drawing No Tier Saddle Rack SWIAA, Inc. Raffle Prize Drawing No Tier Saddle Rack SWIAA, Inc. 11:50 pm Closing Ceremony - Retrieval of Colors 12:00 Noon Lunch On Your Own

7 PISCES ROOM Southwest Indian Agricultural Association Executive Board Meeting Thursday, January 18, :00 pm The SWIAA Board would like to recognize and thank the following individuals for all of and effort to make this year s conference so successful: their time Homer Marks Sr., President/CEO Tohono O odham Nation Andrew Antone Sr. Vice President Tohono O odham Nation Francisco Jose Jr. Secretary Tohono O odham Nation Gerald Sunna, Treasurer Gila River Indian Community Agnes Joaquin, Coordinator Tohono O odham Nation Robert Sotomayor Gila River Indian Community - JDRC Mike Lejero, Tohono O odham Nation Dorothy Sunna Gila River Indian Community Tim Garcia, Tohono O odham Nation Trent Teegerstrom University of Arizona Sadie Marks Tohono O odham Nation Brenda Antone San Carlos Apache Tribe Brian Davis Sr. Gila River Indian Community If we missed anyone who assisted to make the Southwest Indian Agricultural Association Annual Conference a success, we apologize

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