AgForestry Class 40 set

— Chelsea Durfey-Campbell, a member of the new class of AgForestry Leadership, is ready to commend is year of study.

The project coordinator for Natural Selection Farms, she will attend 11 educational seminars throughout Washington State on topics pertinent to leadership in natural resources, a one-week seminar in Washington D.C. and 2-weeks in a selected foreign country.

AgForestry cultivates the next generation of leaders to be a voice for natural resources.

Class members are selected through a highly competitive application and interview process. The program helps participants develop the skills needed to positively impact and enrich lives and communities in Washington State and throughout the world with leading edge solutions for challenges faced by agriculture, forestry and natural resources.


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