Registration Deadline Information To the Horse Farms Forever Conservation Summit 2021

Tuesday, November 2, 2021
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Horse Farms Forever is pleased to present the 2021 Conservation Summit on November 23rd at the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company (OBS). Our speakers will be sharing the same stage as OBS grads and Kentucky Derby winners Lil E. Tee, Silver Charm and Medina Spirit!

We are so honored to have John C. Malone, CEO of Liberty Media, as our Keynote Speaker. Mr. Malone is the largest private landowner in North America with over 2.2 Million acres and he will share his inspiration and passion for preserving land. He also owns Ocala’s historic Bridlewood Farm.

Kevin Sheilley, CEO and President of the Ocala Metro Chamber and Economic Partnership (Ocala CEP), will address Marion County’s booming economy and how to balance growth with preserving open space and farms. He will also present the results of the countywide Quality of Life Survey. Find out more about the responses to the Survey questions such as:

What do we want our future to look like?
What must we build and preserve for future generations?

The purpose of the Summit is to facilitate the conversation about the two important questions above. Without a strong vision and plan to protect what makes Marion County so special – the open spaces and beautiful places – it could all be lost.

In just one week, live registration will close for the Horse Farms Forever Conservation Summit 2021. November 9 is the last day you can register to attend in-person. (REGISTER HERE) If you are registered to attend virtually and are considering switching to live, this week is the time to make the switch.

To make the change, go to the "Login" tab at the upper right hand corner of the Registration Page, go to your Account, and edit your Registration. You will automatically receive a new Confirmation and a charge to your credit card for the additional fees associated with lunch.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Michelle Grald or call/text at 603-252-2160.