94 Certified Crop Advisers (CCAs) were saluted for fifteen years of service at the CCA Recognition Luncheon held at the Agribusiness Showcase & Conference on Tuesday, February 7.
Certified Crop Advisers utilize their skills in nutrient and pest management to assist growers with economical and efficient crop production. They also ensure that growers are aware of regulations and utilize best management practices to protect the environment.
“Your status as a certified professional demonstrates your dedication to your profession, your employer and your client. Being a CCA shows that you are willing to put in the extra work to get ahead in your field,” said Roger Tietjens, past chair of the ICCA board during the presentation.
Keith Harold Hartkemeyer
David Lee Huisman
Kerry Jacobsen K.
Craig Lee Ross
Bradley Van Kooten
Kirk Ryan Welton