Home Agenda Tours Presenters Presentations Family Program Conference Notebook Register Today! CHS Conference Scholarship Visitor Info Hotel Info Sponsors Photos NAFBAS Website NFRBMEA Website

QUICK LINKS:

Pre-printed Sponsor Address Labels



Our destination for the 2014 National Farm Business Management Conference is Salt Lake City, Utah. The conference site, Radisson Downtown, is located in downtown Salt Lake City, a short 6 mile, 25 minute metro ride (UTA) from Salt Lake City International Airport to the hotel. The Radisson Downtown is within walking distance of two very modern outdoor malls, City Creek Center and Gateway. The Mormon Church Historic Temple Square, the largest Genealogical Library with free assistance to help you quickly see your family tree, Mormon Tabernacle Choir concerts, Utah Children's Museum, the historic home and building district of Salt Lake City, the Utah State Capital and many other attractions of interest and entertainment are also within walking distance.

Buttes in desert landsccape (courtesy Fotolia)Salt Lake City is known as the "Crossroads of the West". Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Yellowstone, and numerous other National Parks of Southern Utah— Zion, Bryce, Capital Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches— are all a short day's drive away. The Grand Canyon is an eight hour drive south, ¾ of the way to Las Vegas, Nevada. You can opt to fly into either Salt Lake City, Las Vegas or Jackson Hole airports and see the sights on the way to conference, or plan to sightsee after the conference and fly out of another airport.

This conference includes a post-conference tour of the largest privately owned cattle ranch in the intermountain area, Deseret Land and Livestock. The ranch enterprises include 5,000 cows, 4,500 yearling stocker calves, a trophy elk and mule deer hunting enterprise, native cutthroat trout fishing, and the largest documented list of birds ever compiled at a single location for bird watching tours. The ranch is one-third of the way to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone. Following conclusion of the conference on Thursday, we will travel by individual car to Park City, home of the 2002 Olympics, a short 30 - 40 minute drive away. That evening we will meet at a hotel in Evanston, Wyoming, another 60 minutes past Park City in preparation to tour the ranch on Friday. Following the tour Friday afternoon, you are free to drive back to Salt Lake City or to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone, 3 hours north.