2009 Certified Master Farmers Photo Gallery II

Johnny Morgan  |  1/4/2011 1:07:33 AM

Cullen Kovac (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 Kovac 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.)

J.A. Rummler and Jens Rummler (center), of Oscar in Pointe Coupee Parish, were 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 the Rummlers 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.)

Donavon Taves (center), of Lake Providence in East 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 Taves 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.)

Scott and Angie Tyler (center), of Dubach in Lincoln Parish, were 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 the Tylers 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.

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