Cloverdale FFA seeking support for Monsanto Chapter Challenge

Monday, March 4, 2013

CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale High School FFA is seeking support for the 2013 Monsanto Chapter Challenge, adviser Tiffany Douglass has announced.

Any person involved in the agriculture industry, no matter how much or how little, can help by going to the website and clicking on "register as agriculturalist" and voting for the Cloverdale FFA.

In order for a vote to count, a voter must confirm by email.

Cloverdale is currently running second in the state and second in the nation. If the Clover FFA would win the national contest, it would receive $2,000 in credit with the National FFA and an all-expense-paid trip for seven days to the National Convention.

All votes must be in by March 6.

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  • I realize a lot of people think Monsanto has been of benefit to the agricultural community, but oh people, they are some of the worst criminals out there in terms of toxic products.

    -- Posted by Heron on Tue, Mar 5, 2013, at 4:56 PM
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