The Mid-Atlantic Consortium

23rd Annual Mid-Atlantic Consortium Extension In-Service

Thursday, May 13, 2021
10:30 AM – 1:30 PM EDT

Thursday, May 20, 2021
10:30 AM – 1:30 PM EDT

Online via Zoom

Register online today!

The Mid-Atlantic Consortium (MAC) Dairy and Beef Extension In-service Training Program has become the premier educational event for Extension agents and campus Extension specialists in states from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. This program is specifically designed for Dairy and Beef Extension field agents and includes cutting edge technical knowledge, case studies, and innovative Extension programs. Participants of this program will receive digital access to all presentations - including recordings post event, and the opportunity to digitally network with peers and national experts.

This year, the program will be two-day online event through zoom with Part 1: Thursday, May 13th 10:30 am-1:30pm, Theme of: Emerging Technology in Dairy and Livestock and Part 2, Thursday, May 20th 10:30-1:30pm, Theme: Looking Forward: Marketing and Consumer Trends. Registration will be $45, which includes both days. There is not a 1-day registration option.

Registration for the conference can be made online, for $45. Questions about registering offline? Please contact Racheal Slattery either via email (rslatt@umd.edu) or phone (301-405-1392)

 

Online Consortium via Zoom

Thursday, May 13, 2021 and Thursday, May 20, 2021
10:30 AM – 1:30 PM EDT

2021 Consortium Program

 

Who Should Attend

The audience for this program is Dairy and Beef Extension professionals, veterinarians, and consultants from around the United States and Mid-Atlantic regions. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about successful programs developed by Extension practitioners and National experts.

What to Expect

Once a participant has registered, they will be sent an individual link to the zoom meeting. In addition, participants will be given access to an online database which will have all recored presentations and other educational resources such as articles, worksheets, and publications related to the topics on the program.

Meeting History

The W. K. Kellogg Foundation from 1998-2002 funded the start-up of the Mid-Atlantic Consortium (MAC). The Kellogg funding for this project ended in 2002. Now the funding source is primarily through registration fees of participants and sponsorships from industry and government. The program is developed by a steering committee from 7 land-grant universities in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, plus The Ohio State University from the Midwest region.

MAC Corporate Sponsors:
(Coming Soon)

Conference Steering Committee
Special thanks goes to:

2021 Consortium Program

Questions? Issues registering online?

Contact Us:

Racheal Slattery
Beef and Dairy Extension Coordinator
rslatt@umd.edu
301-405-1392