ASFMRA: Delivering new education
click image to zoomAFM and AAC applicants preparing to start day two of the challenging accreditation exam. Nat DiBuduo, AFM, who was instrumental in starting this program said, “I am excited about the number and quality of the attendees to this accelerated program. While still a work in progress, it is satisfying to have followed the development from the initial focus groups of three years ago, to the review of all of the ALM education modules by the California chapter, to seeing recommended changes adopted by ASFMRA. The California chapter will continue to be committed to the education and development of quality agriculture professionals in California.”
Mark Grace, ASFMRA education director, added, “This is a great example of leadership from the local level. It shows just what our organization can accomplish through chapter-national partnerships and collaboration.”
More information on the designations of ASFMRA can be found at www.asfmra.org/professional-designations or by calling Mark Grace, ASFMRA director of education and accreditation at (303) 692-1224. For information on the California chapter, ASFMRA, visit www.calasfmra.com or contact Suzie Roget, executive director at (209) 368-3671.
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