PAULDING COUNTY FARM BUREAU ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS It is predicted that our world population will reach 10 billion in 2050. As our world population continues to grow, the challenge for ensuring an adequate food supply while preserving our resources increases. Agriculture strives to meet this challenge through modern practices. The middle school students of Paulding County are offered every year the challenge of entering an Agricultural Essay Contest sponsored by the Paulding County Farm Bureau. The local winning essay is then sent on to compete at the state level. The local prize is $100 for first place and $50 for second and third places. The 2016 Topic was: In a persuasive way, show how modern agriculture has adopted the use of technology to sustain and improve resources while increasing food supplies.
This years' local winners are picture along with PCFB Women's Chair Christy Loftin and Office Manager Tracy Grice . 1st place Bryce Wardlaw (Scoggins Middle School), 2nd Place Carter Jones(Sammy McClure Middle School) and 3rd place Emily Brooke-Powell(South Paulding Middle School) Congratulations to these three and Good Luck Bryce at State!