The National Bison's Lone Star Legacy Rolls Into the Fort Worth Stockyards
More than 200 bison producers and enthusiasts will gather at the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards June 1-3, as the National Bison Association--in cooperation with the Texas Bison Association--hosts three days of workshops, networking events and recreational activities at its annual summer conference.
The Fort Worth Stockyards, a national historic district, offer a rich cultural experience of the American west with a focus on livestock. Most conference activities will be held in the heart of the Stockyards, with some optional trips to nearby bison attractions.
Some highlights are to include a welcome address from Fort Worth Mayor, Betsy Price. The Lone Star Legacy conference program will offer something for everyone to take home, thanks to its varied and quality conference programming. See a full agenda and register here.
The NBA Summer Conference changes location on an annual basis, and is a great opportunity to enjoy the largest network of bison producers, processors, marketers and enthusiasts who make up our buffalo community. Each year we offer a family-friendly, three-day conference that is packed with educational and networking opportunities, as well as plenty of time to socialize and catch up with old friends.
The National Bison Association is a nonprofit organization which works with American ranchers and farmers, over 1,100 of whom are members of the NBA, who are the stewards of over 90% of the bison population today. The NBA works each day to bring together all stakeholders to celebrate the heritage of American bison/buffalo, to educate about, and to create a sustainable future for our industry. Learn more at www.bisoncentral.com.