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May Facilities Planning Course Rescheduled
GEAPS and Kansas State University have rescheduled GEAPS 510: Grain Facilities Planning and Design I, a distance education course originally set to begin May 28.
2012 Drought Webinar on March 27
GEAPS and Grain Journal Magazine sponsored a free webinar about the impact of the 2012 drought and continued risk factors on Wednesday, March 27.
Grain Handling Operation Webinar on March 7
GEAPS and Grain Journal Magazine sponsored a free webinar about keys to a successful grain handling operation on Thursday, March 7.
Inland Empire Receives Honors at GEAPS Exchange 2013
The Inland Empire Chapter was awarded the Chapter of Distinction Cup on Feb. 26 at Exchange 2013 General Session for its efforts in retaining and recruiting new members during 2012.
GEAPS Recognizes Members for 25 Years of Membership
The latest GEAPS Silver Pin honorees were announced February 26 during the General Session at Exchange 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky.
2012 Safety Awards Announced at GEAPS Exchange 2013
Of the 567 facilities at 50 companies who enrolled in GEAPS' 2012 Safety Awards program, 442 facilities at 28 companies were successful in completing the year without any lost-time work-related injury or illness.
GEAPS Announces New International Board Directors, Officers
GEAPS International board of directors has three new members. GEAPS members nominated and voted on directors in an election that ended in January.
GEAPS Names Gary Olmstead Industry Leader
Gary Olmstead was presented with the Industry Leader Award at this year's President's Banquet.
GEAPS Names Mark Daniels International Member of Distinction
At this year's President's Banquet, Mark Daniels was awarded the distinguished International Member of Distinction award.
Student Day Targets Next Generation at Exchange 2013
Student Day at Exchange 2013 attracted nearly 65 students and faculty from nearby universities to learn more about the grain industry.