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Sohl awarded Farm Bureau Vines Scholarship

Heidi Sohl of Saline County, a senior Creative Media Production major at Arkansas State University, is the 2017 recipient of Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Marvin Vines Memorial Scholarship.
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Applications available for M*A*S*H camps

Applications are now available to high school students for the summer M*A*S*H (Medical Applications of Science for Health) camps. These camps will be located at 32 medical facilities throughout Arkansas. Two new host facilities have been added this year at Dewitt Hospital and Conway Regional Medical Center.
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Morgan Family named Arkansas Farm Family of the Year

Mark and Shay Morgan of Clarksville (Johnson County) are the 2016 Arkansas Farm Family of the Year, announced today at the annual luncheon honoring the county and district Farm Families of the Year. The Morgans have a two-year-old daughter Kate.
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PODCAST: Conservation Stewardship Program Updates

Agricultural producers that are approved to participate in the Conservation Stewardship Program have an opportunity to take advantage of new enhancements announced recently by the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
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Veach continues as Arkansas Farm Bureau leader

Randy Veach and Rich Hillman will continue as president and vice president, respectively, of Arkansas Farm Bureau following their re-election Friday. Delegates also re-elected seven board members during the final day of the organization’s 82nd annual convention at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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Star City teacher wins Farm Bureau Outstanding Educator award

Arkansas Farm Bureau recognized Leanna Britton of Star City High School as the state’s Outstanding Ag Educator. Valley Springs High School grabbed the top spot as the Outstanding Ag Education Program, and Clinton High School’s Justin Wiedower earned the Outstanding New Ag Educator award. All were recognized at Farm Bureau’s 82nd annual convention Dec. 1 at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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Stone is top Farm Bureau county this year

Stone County is the state’s top county Farm Bureau organization. Arkansas Farm Bureau President Randy Veach and Vice President Rich Hillman presented the President’s Award Dec. 1 to county president Leo Sutterfield at the organization’s 82nd annual convention at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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Farm Bureau honors young farmers, ranchers

Josh and Melissa Cureton of Cash won the Arkansas Farm Bureau’s 2016 Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) Achievement Award. Farm Bureau honored them Dec. 1 at its 82nd annual convention at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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