Protecting the future of agriculture

August 14-15, 2018

Marshfield, WI

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Join us and learn how you can help safeguard children and youth who live, work and play on farms and ranches. This information can be used to develop and enhance childhood agricultural safety strategies for your organization. Interactive sessions will be facilitated by safety experts and leaders in the field of childhood agricultural injury prevention. 

Hosted by:

This workshop is ideal for farm organizations, insurance professionals, agribusiness, bankers and lenders, healthcare providers, Extension, FFA Advisors, public health officials and media.

Thank you to our sponsors!

                                                              

Registration


Registration Fee = $249

Click here to register

Space is limited to 60 Participants

Registration Deadline is August 3, 2018

Workshop Location


Day 1: Hotel Marshfield

Day 2: Marshfield Clinic Research Institute

Lodging


Hotel Marshfield

2700 S. Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI

Phone: 715-387-2700 or 855-583-2700 (toll free)

Room rate: $82 + tax until August 3, 2018

(breakfast included with room)

Call for reservations, group code = CAIP

Website: http://hotelmarshfield.com

Note: hotel reservations must be made by phone with the code to receive group rate

Rooms are also avalable at the following hotels:

Holiday Inn:  715-486-1500

Baymont Inn: 715-384-5240

Area Attractions


Marshfield:  http://visitmarshfield.com/

Wisconsin:  https://www.travelwisconsin.com/

Pre-Workshop Activites


Workshop Topics/Sessions 


  • General Overview
  • Injury and Fatality Data
  • Non-working Children
  • Working Children
  • Program Implementation
  • Promotion and Dessemination
  • Evaluation
  • Roundtables
  • Learning Labs

Click here for preliminary agenda

Workshop Project Grants


Grants are available to support projects arising from the workshop. Multiple grants (up to $5,000 each) will be awarded. Click here for more information.  An optional grant writting session has been added to the workshop.  

For more information: phone 1-800-662-6900 or email nccrahs@marshfieldresearch.org