2018 MASDA Annual Meeting


June 17, 2018 - June 20, 2018


K Bar S Lodge

434 Old Hill City Rd
Keystone, SD


Jodi Bechard



Registration will be launching in April. Please see the registration fees below:

Registration TypeEarly Bird Late
One Day Registration $ 225.00     $250.00
Full Registration: Sponsors, Speakers, Industry Partners & Spouse/ Guests $400.00 $450.00
Full Registration: NASDA Members & State Staff $350.00 $400.00

*Early Bird Registration ends on May 25, 2018 11:59 PM EST. 

Hotel Block

Update: MASDA's block at K Bar S Lodge is full. MASDA is holding an additional block of rooms at the Ramada Inn Keystone in Keystone, SD. If you wish to make a reservation in the overflow block, you must call the Ramada Inn at (605) 666-4250 or (866) 996-6835. There is no specific room link for MASDA. Reservations for attendees must be booked by June 8, 2018 by 12 PM over the phone.  Cancellations must be made two days prior to the hotel in written notice to presidentialhospitality@gmail.com. Please contact megan@nasda.org or sara@nasda.org if you have any hotel related questions. 

Update: This block is full. 

MASDA is currently holding a limited block of rooms at K Bar S Lodge in Keystone, SD at the rate of $165/night + 6.5% tax, from June 16-20, 2018. The deadline to book your room at the MASDA group rate is Friday, May 25, 2018. MASDA’s limited block of hotel rooms could sell out well before the May 25 deadline so please reserve your room(s) as soon as possible! Reservation requests received after the May 25 cut-off date will be based on availability at the K Bar S Lodge. 


Benefits of sponsorship: 

  1. Networking: Four days of networking opportunities and interaction with meeting attendees from across the Midwest, including state and federal policy makers, industry counterparts, and future leaders.
  2. Discussion: Exciting discussion on a broad spectrum of current and future agricultural policy issues important to the Midwest.
  3. Education: Our members have a broad range of regulatory and promotional responsibilities. These meetings provide a unique opportunities to share lessons learned and to brainstorm better ideas.
  4. Investment: Investing in these events helps provide your company with insight on emerging legislative and regulatory issues from state and federal officials.