Manhattan, Kansas – Ten Kansans graduated from Kansas Farm Bureau’s Masters program June 14.
The program, now in its 19th year, offers an up-close and personal look at life on Kansas farms and the ag industry with six educational capsules. Participants learn about the fundamentals of this ever-changing industry while traveling around the Wheat State.
- Sonja Betzen, Farm Bureau Financial Services
- Loretta Charlton, Kansas Department of Agriculture
- Wendy Holmes, Meade County Farm Bureau
- Brian Hupach, Farm Bureau Financial Services
- Teresa Reimer, Osborne County Farm Bureau
- Julie Roller, Abilene tourism director
- Lesley Schmidt, President of Kansas Agri-Women
- Dave Topliff, Farm Bureau Financial Services
- Ranea Veal, Farm Bureau Financial Services
- Donna Walker, Seward County Farm Bureau
The experience is open to anyone with an interest in learning more about agriculture says Charlie Sargent, director of the program.
“We welcome anyone interested in learning more about this important industry. It could be a teacher, a preacher, a banker, a reporter or anybody, yes even a farmer or rancher,” says Sargent. “All of us can learn and share our insights with others.”