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The purpose of the Greene County Agricultural Hall of Fame is to recognize outstanding contributions to agriculture by an individual in Greene County by presenting them an award.
Recipients of the award may be within either of the following categories:
1. Farmer or Breeder – one who has made his or her major contribution from the land or the products thereof.
2. Agricultural Industry – Other related activity or industry representative.
Nominations may be made by any individual or organization in Greene County by completing a nomination form and returning it to the attention of:
Greene County Farm Bureau
P.O Box 906
Wilmington Ohio 45177.
All nominations must be returned no later than July 15, 2022.
QUESTIONS? Please call the Greene County Farm Bureau office at 937-382-4407.
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