DENVER — The Colorado Farm Bureau and the Denver Business Journal are calling for nominations for the first-ever Who’s Who in Colorado Agriculture recognition. The new program seeks to highlight excellent leaders within the agriculture industry, whose position, knowledge or expertise helps guide the sector in Colorado.
“As we begin celebrating CFB’s 100th year of promoting and protecting the future of agriculture, we thought a great way to do that is to highlight and recognize those people who make our industry and way of life so great,” said Chad Vorthmann, executive vice president of Colorado Farm Bureau. “As the second largest driver to Colorado’s economy, we have a big talent pool to draw from.”
Nominees may come from any agricultural related field, including (but not limited to) Crop Production, Livestock Production, Water, Education, Biotech, Agribusiness, and Food/Nutrition.
The inaugural Who’s Who in Agriculture recognition is a part of Colorado Farm Bureau’s Centennial Celebration, a recognition of the organizations 100th year working to represent agriculture in Colorado.
— Colorado Farm Bureau
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