Stutsman County canola grower sought for North Dakota Oilseed Council

The election is Jan. 13 at the Jamestown Civic Center.

JSSP Ag News

Canola growers in Stutsman County are being urged to participate in the election of a county representative for the North Dakota Oilseed Council. All canola growers who have a definite interest in the membership of the council are encouraged to participate in the election at 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, during the Winter Ag Expo at the Jamestown Civic Center, 212 3rd Ave. NE in Jamestown.

Each person, landlord, tenant, husband and/or wife, who planted canola in 2021 or intends to plant canola in 2022 and is a participating producer who resides in Stutsman County, if present in person, is entitled to vote and is eligible to be a candidate.

The election will be conducted under the supervision of Alicia Harstad, county Extension agent, NDSU Extension, Stutsman County.

The Oilseed Council was created by legislative enactment to facilitate the production, development, marketing and promotion of sunflower, safflower, rapeseed or canola, flax and crambe.

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