Each year, Georgia Farm Bureau accepts artwork from high school students across the state, in search of the artwork which best represents agriculture found in the student’s home county, or Georgia’s agricultural industry as a whole. Georgia Farm Bureau coordinates the state-wide art contest while locally, each county Farm Bureau coordinates the art contest.
CCFB President Stan Kirk, recently awarded the winners of the contest to three talented 10th graders from Kennesaw Mountain High School. Georgia Farm Bureau’s Annual Art Contest is a creative way for students to explore Georgia agriculture. As students design their artwork, we hope they learn about the different crops and livestock Georgia farmers produce, and the economic contributions agriculture makes to Georgia’s economy.
Congratulations Abigail Wilson for winning 1st place in Cobb County!
If you would like more information about agriculture please visit www.gfb.org.