CORTEZ, Colo. — The annual Colorado Agriculture Forum is excited to announce the keynote speaker! Bruce Vincent will be addressing, “With Vision, There Is Hope.” His keynote address will focus on changing the conversation on environmental stewardship from one of fear to one of hope, and reintroducing the American consumer to the people and processes that are at the front of environmental stewardship.
Bruce Vincent is a third generation logger from Libby, Montana. He is co-owner of the public relations firm Environomics, volunteers as Executive Director of Provider Pals, and is a board member of the Evergreen Foundation. Bruce speaks throughout the United States and the world, testifies on resource issues before Congress and has appeared on several news programs such as “60 Minutes.” Bruce has been named Timberman of the Year in Montana, National Forest Activist of the Year, received the inaugural Presidential Preserve America Award from President Bush, has been named ‘Keeper of the 10th’ by Women in Farm Economics and received American Agri-Women’s Veritas Award. Bruce and his wife of 38 years, Patti Jo, have four children and 11 grandchildren. His current activities represent a family commitment to responsible environmentalism.
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— Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program