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AgriPOWER’s second class in session
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Twenty-two Ohioans interested in becoming future leaders, advocates and activists for Ohio agriculture have been selected by OFBF to participate in its AgriPOWER program, which was launched last year as an elite training program for farmers and agribusiness professionals. The yearlong program, which consists of seven weekend institutes, focuses on public policy issues confronting agriculture and the food industry. Topics covered during institute programs include public policy issues facing local communities, the state of Ohio, the nation and the world.
Class members and county:
1st Row: from left: Eric Cotton, lake; Sherri D. Matis, Coshocton; Rebecca Vincent, Stark; Cynthia Parker, Miami; Scott Isler, Marion; Scott Metzger, Pickaway; Ronald Lumbrezer, Fulton
2nd Row: Leslie Jordan, Marion; David Benavides, Portage; Trish Cunningham, Delaware; Katherine Harrison, Franklin; Jill Stetschulte, Fulton; Mark Ballmer, Fulton; Matt Heimerl, Licking; Matthew Culler, Richland; Laura Wood, Wyandot
3rd Row: Brent Dixon, Jackson; Michael Videkovich, Pickaway; Brian Brandt, Franklin; Roy Norman, Fulton; Kerrick Willson, Preble; Neall Weber, Franklin