NC Pork Report - Summer 2016 - (Page 20)

NCPC contributing to agriculture's next generation of leaders through WaRRen felloW In its second year, the Adolph Warren Family Leadership Program is priming tomorrow's leaders for public policy and agriculture stewardship. 2 0 | S ummER 2016 | NC PORK RE PORT | NCPORK.ORG 1 1. Caroline Clement, a 2015 fellow from Sampson County, poses at NCPC headquarters with a picture of her grandfather, James Jackson, who is a member of the North Carolina Pork Council Hall of Fame. 2. Fellows were special guests of Senator Andrew Brock and his staff during the opening session of the 2016 General Assembly. 3. The 2016 class of Warren Leadership Fellows along with the names of their intern partners. BACK ROW: Sarah Dinger, Program Coordinator; Amanda Smith, North Carolina Pork Council; John Wesley Hairr, Tim Moore: Speaker of the House; Kevin Foushee, Rep. J.H. Langdon; Molly Hass, Senator Andrew Brock; Dr. David Jones, Program Director. FRONT ROW: Catherine Harward, North Carolina Farm Bureau; Allison Pitts and Aaron Oxendine, North Carolina Department of Agriculture; Rebecca Eskalis, Carolina Farm Stewardship Association. PHOTO COURTESY WaRREn LEadERSHiP PROgRam. PHOTO COURTESY WaRREn LEadERSHiP PROgRam, FEb. 20, 2015. PHOTO COURTESY WaRREn LEadERSHiP PROgRam. by david Jones, NC Pork Report writer http://www.NCPORK.ORG

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of NC Pork Report - Summer 2016

Letter From the President
Industry News
The Babe Ruth of BBQ
Ncpc Contributing to Agriculture’s Next Generation of Leaders Through Warren Fellows Program
NCPC Profile: Returning to My Farming Roots
Sharing the Story of NC’s Hard-Working Farmers
Honoring Game-Changers in NC Agriculture
NCPC 2016 Scholarship Recipients
Advertiser Index
Youth Livestock Scholarships Awarded

NC Pork Report - Summer 2016