Georgia Association of County Agricultural Agents

Tour Day in Utah

Thursday marks the last day of NACAA AM PIC with a day full of tours.  Today I am on tour 17 – Salt Flats to Alfalfa.  We have seen the   great Salt Lake and stopped at Morton salt to learn about how salt is evaporated in to a pure…
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Achievement Award Winners

In addition to our Distinguish Service Award winners, we had three UGA Ag Agents with less than ten years of service honored earlier this week in Utah with the Achievement Award. Congratulations to Adam Speir, Madison County with 8 years; Jessica Warren, Camden County with 3 years; and Tripp Williams, Columbia County…
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Honoring Years of Service – DSA Winners

The evening of the awards banquet at the NACAA AM PIC is always a very special night.  Besides being the time when the new NACAA president takes the reins of the organization, its also the time we recognize our members for their years of service with the Distinguish Service award. …
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New Leadership and Accomplishments

This morning delegates from each state came together and voted in our new NACAA officers.  Congratulations to incoming Vice President, Gene McAvoy; President-Elect, Richard Fechter; Secretary, Ginny Rosenkranz; and Treasurer, Lenny Rogers.  The delegates also voted our 2021 meeting will be held in Philadelphia on July 4-8, 2021. GACAA members will have the…
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Meeting Your NACAA Candidates

Sunday night marked the first night of getting together with fellow NACAA members in the hospitality rooms.  The NACAA tradition is those who are running for office or states looking to host a future AM PIC have a party complete with stickers, fun give aways, food and beverage.  As a NACAA…
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Greetings from Salt Lake City, Utah

Many GACAA members are arriving at Salt Lake City and attending the 102nd Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement conference of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents.  I arrived in Utah Friday afternoon and have enjoyed some of the sites before the meeting started. The first thing I noticed about Utah…
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