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Conservation Convention is Coming to Great Falls

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The Cascade Conservation District is hosting a big informational convention here in the electric city starting this Wednesday.The 72nd annual Montana Association of Conservation Convention is this week at the Heritage Inn in Great Falls. Many community members will be attending to present projects and conservation ideas to help out their fellow Montanan's. Even our school age children will play a special role in this years convention.

"We have state FFA officers posting colors, we have some youngsters from the community providing some reports on their science projects. We have 2nd graders participating in our education event, it's a learning experience and that's sort of what the convention has always been," explains Chairman of the Board, Gayla Worcman.

The convention is open to the public and will kick off Wednesday morning at around 7 AM. Ushering in the beginning of this event will be the Lieutenant Governor John Walsh with a brief introductory speech for all who plan to attend.

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