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Meet Justin Moran: A CCOF Foundation Future Organic Farmer

Justin Moran
Rogue Farm Corps FarmsNext Internship Program – Oregon

Meet Kate Sabino & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

Kate Sabino
I am currently a Dairy Grazing Apprentice on Moore Farms, an organic grass-fed dairy in southern New York. Over the last four years, I have worked on seven dairies in five Northeastern states, trying to learn as much as I can about different grazing systems and farming models. As an apprentice, I'm excited to be enrolled in a comprehensive farmer training program.

Meet Kathryn Doonan & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

Kathryn Doonan
I am a double major with Organic and Sustainable Agriculture and Basic Medical Science at Washington State University. I have been farming regularly for seven years and helped on my family’s ranch even beforehand. I come from thirteen generations of American farmers, and I am proud to continue the legacy of producing food for the nation. I am currently working towards a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Food Systems and I hope to attend medical school after I complete my undergraduate studies.

Meet Kendall Metz & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

My FFA Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) plan is to purchase breeding hens and roosters from an NPIP certified local breeder to start my own organic hatchery. I plan to purchase eighteen hens and three roosters. There will be three breeds, each covering a variety of poultry most in demand while remaining a heritage breed. Each month I will take orders for chicks, deliver, and hatch the orders from the previous month. I will adhere to USDA organic standards. I also plan to free range all poultry to ensure the highest quality of life. 
 

Meet Kimbark Elementary School & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

Kimbark Elementary School
San Bernardino, California

Kimbark Elementary School students planted a winter garden with crops including broccoli, two types of kale, cauliflower, cabbage, and snap peas. Students learned about organic farming as they noticed aphids and insect larvae on the plants, followed by the ladybugs that were there to eat the other bugs. Students enjoyed making smoothies and salads from the vegetable harvest and found that their own perceptions about healthy food were changing.

Meet Kristen Tippit: A CCOF Foundation Future Organic Farmer

Kristen Tippit
EarthDance Farm and Garden Apprenticeship Program – Missouri

Meet Laila Souza & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

This is the second year that I received a Future Organic Farmer Grant for my National FFA Organization Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) to raise organic market swine. I plan to buy a hog and enough organic feed to last me the length of my project, which is from March to July. I will go to any swine educations meetings my FFA offers and work with my teachers to learn more about organic agriculture, so I can expand my organic SAE.
 
Congratulations Laila!
 

Meet Laura Palmer: A CCOF Foundation Future Organic Farmer

Laura Palmer is a returning student at Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, studying environmental management/protection and sustainable agriculture. In 2015, she graduated from Cabrillo College with an Associate Degree in horticulture and crop production.

Meet Lauren Martucci & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

Lauren Martucci
Lauren Martucci is a senior at Cornell University majoring in agricultural sciences with a minor in horticulture. She is an active member of the professional agricultural sorority Sigma Alpha, as well as the Farm Bureau, Dairy Science Club, Wildlife Society, and Nature Society organizations.

Meet Lauren Spencer & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

Lauren Spencer
Lauren Spencer is a student in the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment at the University of Kentucky with a major in career and technical education agricultural education teaching accreditation program with minors in sustainable agriculture and ag economics, and she will be graduating in Spring 2019. She is a participant in the UK Horticulture Club, has completed the 200-hour working apprenticeship on UK Horticulture Research Farm, and is currently working on her startup cut flower business.

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