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UNIT NEWS STORIES

         
         
         
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All About Feed 
"Lenetah" and "Tetonia" Two Top-Notch Barleys for Bovines          

 

See page bottom for related news articles.

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Dr. Robert Holman, ISU

Dr. Robert W. Holman, Professor and Chairman, Dept. of Chemistry, Idaho State University

 Seminar June 11, 2009 at Aberdeen, ID

A Research Overview of the Faculty in the Department of Chemistry, Idaho State University

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32nd Fish Feed & Nutrition Workshop

August 4-7, 2009

Twin Falls, Idaho

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Hosted by University of Idaho, Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station

And USDA-Agricultural Research Service Trout-Grains Project

 

Registration Costs:

Professionals: Before July 1, 2009 -- US$ 100.00 ($150 Late)

Students: US$ 25.00

Checks should be made payable to: University of Idaho (32nd Fish Feed & Nutrition Workshop)

 

Workshop Hotel:

Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs

1357 Blue Lakes Blvd. N.
Twin Falls
, ID 83301

Tel: 208-734-5000  

Red Lion Reservations: 1-800-Red-Lion  (733-5466)    
Fax:
208-733-3813
E-mail:
canyonspringssales@redlion.com

Room Rate: $86/night; Book by July 1st for this rate

Please mention it’s for the 32nd Fish Feed and Nutrition Workshop.

 

Hotel Website:

http://redlion.rdln.com/HotelLocator/HotelOverview.aspx?metaID=19&HBX_OU=50&HBX_PK=red%20lion%20canyon%20springs

 

Tentative Agenda:

Aug 4 – Registration and Welcome Reception (6-8 p.m.)

Aug 5 – Presentations and Discussions @ Red Lion Hotel

Aug 6 – Tours (morning)

            Presentations and Discussions (afternoon) @ Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station

Aug 7 – Activities (Fishing, Rafting)

 

Abstracts will be accepted (but are not required) and can be submitted via email or hard copy to Wendy Sealey. Program topics, discussion ideas and all suggestions will be appreciated and should be submitted to Gibson Gaylord.

 

Contact Information:


Wendy Sealey

208-837-9096 ext 1108

wsealey@uidaho.edu

 

Gibson Gaylord

208-837-9096 ext 1117

Gibson.Gaylord@ars.usda.gov

 

University of Idaho Web page

http://www.webs.uidaho.edu/aquaculture/

 


TRAVELING TO TWIN FALLS, IDAHO:

Twin Falls is located in south central Idaho, a few miles south of I-84. Twin Falls is 120 miles from Pocatello to the east, and 128 miles from Boise to the northwest. Boise airport is served by Delta, Horizon, Northwest, Skywest, Southwest, and United airlines. Smaller airports with scheduled service include those in Hailey (near Sun Valley/Ketchum and served by Horizon and Skywest), Idaho Falls (served by Horizon and Skywest), Lewiston (served by Horizon), Pocatello (served by Horizon and Skywest), and Twin Falls (served by Skywest).  The Twin Falls Airport, just a few miles outside of town, offers several (4) daily flights to Salt Lake City, where connections can be made to hundreds of international destinations.

DIRECTIONS TO THE RED LION CANYON SPRINGS HOTEL:

FROM EAST OR WEST:
From I-84, take exit 173 and travel south on Highway 93 for 3 miles.  Cross Snake River Canyon, then pass through 2 stoplights the second of which is at the Blue Lakes Blvd./ Poleline Road intersection, hotel located approximately 1/2 mile on right side of the road.

FROM NORTH:
Traveling on Hwy 93, cross Snake River Canyon then pass through 2 stop lights, the second of which is at the Blue Lakes Blvd. / Poleline Road intersection.  Hotel is located approximately 1/2 mile on the right side of the road.

FROM SOUTH:
North/Highway 93: From the south, take the Twin Falls Exit from Highway 93 onto Hwy 30; follow Interstate 84 and Highway 93 signs through town. Located on Blue Lakes Boulevard North.

FROM THE TWIN FALLS AIRPORT:
Take road out of parking area for 4 miles, curve right over Rock Creek Canyon onto Shoshone Street.  Continue to Blue Lakes Blvd.  Turn left onto Blue Lakes Blvd North.  Continue approximately 3 miles and the hotel is located on the left side of the road.

Shoshone Falls on the Snake River near Twin Falls Idaho.

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