Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Youth in Ag

County youths work to revitalize old group

With agriculture facing more and more obstacles from population growth, urban development and high operating costs, local farmers aren't the only people mobilizing to make sure their voices are heard.

A group of high school and college students is as well, forming the Wayne County Youth Grange.

And they aren't wasting any time getting active.

Publicity Chairwoman Ivey Best said the group is accomplishing so much so quickly because the members are committed to making a difference in what is happening to agriculture. Read More

While some people prefer to sit around and complain about the state of agriculture, others work together to offer solutions for a brighter future. The youth in agriculture are one of our greatest assets. Congratulations to these young people.

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