After 19 years as the executive director of the North Dakota Grain Growers Association, Dan Wogsland will retire June 1. NDGGA President Ed Kessel says Wogsland has made his mark on the industry. “When Dan talks people listen just because of the wealth of knowledge that he has; we were fortunate to have that whether it was in D.C. or Bismarck.” The North Dakota Grain Growers Association has contracted with Absolute Marketing in Fargo to assist with the search. “We’ve posted the job for two weeks and we’ll see what quality candidates we have,” said Kessel. “If we’ve got someone we feel it is worth it, we’ll interview then, but if we need to post longer we’ll do it. I’d rather find the right person.”
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