4th Grade Teacher Livia Doyle has been named a winner of Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation‘s 35 Under 35 Award.

Livia is the winner of the Sustainable Future category, which recognizes individuals who are setting up the next generation for success, both on and off the farm.

Five individuals have been selected to receive top honors in Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s 35 Under 35 Award program. The award is presented by WFBF’s Young Farmer and Agriculturist program in partnership with Insight FS.

The 35 Under 35 program recognizes the creativity and innovation of young farmers and agriculturists who are preserving agriculture through leadership in environmental, social and economic activities. This is the inaugural year of the program.

Applications were evaluated for their involvement in one of five categories – Sustainable Future, Sustainable Environment, Sustainable Service, Sustainable Storytelling and Sustainable Self.

Read more here: https://wfbf.com/farm-bureau-news/top-individuals-announced-in-wfbfs-inaugural-35-under-35-program/