If you or your institution need answers or want clarification on something from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and would like to remain anonymous, NABR has something for you.
On Tuesday, July 19 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Drs. Elizabeth Meeks and Bill Stokes, the USDA's Eastern and Western Region Assistant Directors for Animal Welfare Operations, will be live from NABR's Washington, DC headquarters for a special Q&A session to answer your questions or concerns live and on the air. "Q&A with the USDA: The Next Generation" is NABR's latest edition in the "Q&A with the USDA" series and it will offer you and your team an opportunity that must not be missed. Best of all, every question will be kept anonymous.
Feel free to share this invitation and if you or anyone on your team would like to attend, please register ASAP. We have a limited number of spots available and space is going quickly.
NABR's "Q&A with the USDA" series has proven to be a very enlightening and enriching opportunity to gain better insight on issues directly from the leadership of USDA Animal Care’s Animal Welfare Operations and we expect next month's presentation to be no different. To view previous "Q&A with the USDA" webinars, please click here. (log-in required)
Please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions must be submitted in advance and will be kept anonymous. They will be reviewed and formatted to prevent duplication and will be answered in the order they are received, so please submit them as soon as possible.
Again, we expect a high number of registrations for this webinar so please register ASAP to guarantee your spot!