Date: 
Friday, May 18, 2018 (All day)

DESTINATION: DELTA!

On Friday, May 18 Mississippi Women for Agriculture will have the opportunity to learn about some of the most fascinating agricultural enterprises in the Mississippi Delta. MWA members and guests will tour a state of the art catfish processing plant, a fish hatchery, a feed mill, and the Indianola Pecan House, a Southern treasure and the home of the “Original Praline Pecan.”

There is no cost except for lunch which will be Dutch treat. Lunch at The Crown is a treat in more ways than one….it’s not only a dining experience not to be missed, but also a gallery of original Delta art, a gift shop, a bookstore that features books about the Blues, the Delta, and fine southern cuisine.

We hope you can join us!

RSVP to Sandra Alesich
@ 601-757-6216 OR sugarberry.hill@yahoo.com

Itinerary

9:45 Meet at Heartland Catfish, Itta Bena - Tim Millwood
Located at 9613 55001, US- 82, Itta Bena, MS
10:00 Tour begins
11:00 Bear Fisheries, Moorhead - Austin Jones (Hatchery)
12:00 Fishbelt Feeds - Alvin Simpson
1:00 The Crown Restaurant - Evelyn Roughton
2:00 Indianola Pecan House tour - Tim Timbs