National Young Farmer Educational Association - The Association for Educating Agricultural Leaders works to answer the question "Where will we find the next generation of agricultural producers and young ag leaders?"
NYFEA invites you to join us at the 56th Annual Institute in New Orleans
Since 1966 the NYFEA has hosted Institutes from one corner of the United States to another. Young farmers from many different states have experienced the blessings of agriculture from livestock to row crops to horticulture to agribusiness. It has been a unique learning experience. Today's Institute allows for experiential learning and leadership training to occur under the same umbrella. To the many people that have made this a part of their regular routine, Thank You! To the people that are willing to try this for the first time, you are welcome!
Hotel reservations must be made separately and should be made by November 5 to insure rate. (If problem call 334-546-9951). Rooms and meetings are at the Hampton Inn Convention Center in New Orleans - ($119/day - phone 504-293-1200).
Registration Details (See the Forms Below): Full Institute Registration is $350 per person for activities. Daily Registration is $135/day. Student Registration is $450 inclusive and students must attend the Ag Communication Award Program and YALE Event.
2022 Institute registration instructions. Click the "Buy Now" button below to pay for your registration. You will receive confirmation of payment. Each person must also complete the email submission form. The on-line submission information is below. If on-line is not available, email email@example.com and a pdf will be sent for mail submission.
The trip to New Orleans (Nov 30 through Dec. 3) will be a wonderful experience of agricultural learning and cultural enlightenment:
1. Wednesday will include optional tours featuring unique aspects of Louisiana. Currently, working on a Tabasco Plant tour.
2. Thursday will be a day of city tours. Every Institute attendee will be provided tickets to the Hop On – Hop Off experience. The unique tour showcases an assortment of great New Orleans museums, art galleries, cultural centers, etc. In the evening, the group will enjoy a magnificent New Orleans meal at one of the original Louisiana restaurants, Mulates. A zydeco band will also entertain our guests.
3. Friday will be a day in the Saint Gabriel area: a) LSU Sugar Cane Research Center b) farm tours c) Houmas House Plantation d) a barge loading facility, e) a manufacturing facility for agricultural additives and f) a traditional southern meal.
4. Saturday will feature the Agricultural Decision Makers College, Ag Communication and Ag Spokesperson Contests and a fun and enjoyable evening at Mardi Gras World. This includes making your own parade mask, a marvelous dinner and a Jazz Band!