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Blaize Bridges      

Many Agriculture Programs in the South Region have students that have crop based SAE “home projects”. For many, during the winter/fall months funds are secured through a Rural Youth Project Loan; in the spring, land is prepared and planted; during the summer; the crop is cultivated. Worth County FFA Advisor, Mrs. Blaize Bridges (pictured left) visits one of her many students. Mrs. Bridges makes farm visits to supervise her students’ projects. The fall is harvest time; during fall visits Mrs. Bridges helps determine crop maturity, target harvest date, record keeping and harvest residue management strategies. Students with SAE projects and who receive project visits from their agriculture teachers are positively impacted for a life.

Holly Garcia      
Holly Garcia worked hard in school and became involved in the FFA. It changed her life and now she is changing lives! Holly loved competing the FFA on the Floriculture CDE Team. She now has students competing on a National level in the same CDE she learned so much from in school. Thank you Holly for helping your students benefit from this great program just as you did. 

Joshua Rogers      

Mr. Rogers is not from the neighborhood of Douglas but has proved to make it his new FFA home. After two years teaching at Coffee County High School Josh Rogers has become Industry Certified in the area of Horticulture, trained students that placed consistently in the top 5 in all Horticulture CDEs and recently pushed a student to receive a top 16 finish in the National Prepared Public Speaking CDE. Continue your hard work using the great team of agriculture teachers and students around you Mr. Rogers and the Coffee County Agriculture Program as a whole will continue to be successful! 

Mark Lashley      
Back at home in BainbridgeMark Lashleyis sure toteachhis students hands-on skills in the agriculture mechanics shop. Keeping students engaged in skills helps them develop problem solving skills and a good work ethic for after they graduate. Mark also involves students in a wide verity of CDEs such as floral design and land judging.

   
   
 
     
 
   
 
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