While organizers of the Spokane Ag Expo and Farm Forum are plowing ahead with this year’s show, both exhibitors and guests will have to display and follow along on a computer.
The show, which has run nonstop since 1978, will be held Feb. 23-25 through a series of webinars and live Zoom meetings instead of the major in-person gatherings at the Spokane Convention Center, show director Melisa Paul said.
“Our main mission is to promote jobs and investment in agriculture and agribusiness professions,” Paul said. “We felt we needed to stay true to that mission. By late summer or early fall, we saw there wasn’t a light at the
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