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Global Poultry Initiative Seminar

Date Saturday, July 16, 2016
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
FeaturingJim Adkins, founder and president of the Global Poultry Initiative and Sustainable Poultry Network—USA
Location ANC517 - Twin Cities Room
Cost$20 for the seminar, a box lunch, and training materials. Scholarships are available: contact Jill Anderson or register online and choose scholarship request.

Event Description

The mission of the Global Poultry Initiative is to glorify God by equipping disciple-makers to create movements of multiplication through sustainable agriculture.

Purpose: This six-hour seminar provides an overview model and strategy for developing sustainable poultry production. The goal is to create environments in countries, regions, and communities of need where sustainable poultry production models can be created and are multiplied, resulting in poverty alleviation, community development, ministry enhancement, business as mission, and Christian discipleship.

What to expect: Learn how to start effectively breeding, growing, and marketing poultry products that are both sustainable and profitable. Understand the next steps to the development and implementation of the model in other global locations. GPI will train, coach, and mentor global project areas for five years.

Who should attend: If you are interested in pursuing strategic partnerships with individuals, communities, ministries, churches, schools, agriculture-related businesses, or other organizations, please join us! This training is especially geared to those in ethnic communities or in ministry who have a strong interest in or connection to global locations where significant need exists. This seminar is for those of you interested in sustainable poultry production, especially those who want to work together informally or as a business/ministry venture with your family, community, church, etc. in your home country. 

Questions?

If you have questions or would like to co-sponsor a seminar or contribute to a global project location, contact Jill Anderson at 651.295.2635 or jkand@mninter.net.