2009 Certified Master Farmers Photo Gallery I

Johnny Morgan  |  1/4/2011 1:07:36 AM

Damian Bollich (center), of Jones in Morehouse Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Bollich are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Kimberly Chapin (center), of Winnsboro in Franklin Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Chapin are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

W. Frank Chapman (center), of DeRidder in Beauregard Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Chapman are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Vendal Fairchild (center), of Oak Grove in West Carroll Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Fairchild are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Charles Fontenot (center), of Lake Charles in Calcasieu Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Fontenot are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Jon “Jay” Hardwick (center), of Newellton in Tensas Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Hardwick are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Rubin Dauzat (center), of Marksville in Avoyelles Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Duzant are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service..(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Ronald Hebert (center), of Jeanerette in Iberia Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Hebert are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Conery Durand (center), of St Martinville in St Martin Parish was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Durand are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

Sam Hill (center), of Tallulah in Madison Parish, was recognized as a Certified Master Farmer at a luncheon Jan. 14 in Baton Rouge. Master Farmers are presented a certificate certifying his/their completion of the Louisiana Master Farmer program, which certifies implementation of conservation practices. Pictured with Hill are, from left, Ernest Girouard with the LSU AgCenter, LSU AgCenter chancellor Bill Richardson, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Dr. Mike Strain and Louisiana State Conservationist Kevin Norton with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.(Photo by Johnny Morgan. Click on image for downloadable photo.)

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