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Hillsboro FFA completes nature trail with $2,500 donation

| March 15, 2012
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HILLSBORO, Wis. – More than 18,000 students gain leadership skills and community involvement through the Wisconsin FFA. In Vernon County, Hillsboro FFA students will now have more opportunities thanks to America’s Farmers Grow CommunitiesSM.


Hillsboro farmer Kent Barnes presents a check for $2,500 to the Hillsboro FFA


Grow Communities gives farmers the opportunity to win $2,500 for their favorite local nonprofit organizations. Kent Barnes was the winning farmer in Vernon County. He recognized the need for funding school and community projects and directed the donation to Hillsboro FFA.

“The Hillsboro FFA is one of the best organizations in the community for building leaders,” Barnes said. “Agriculture is a huge part of my life, and I’m glad to say all three of my kids went through the Hillsboro FFA program.”

The organization will use the $2,500 to complete a nature trail and purchase tools for the ag shop.

“This donation gives us the opportunity to further the students’ community involvement and leadership skills,” said Paul Marshall, Hillsboro FFA advisor.

In a ceremony held on February 22 at the Hillsboro High School, Barnes got the chance to present the Hillsboro FFA with the $2,500 donation.

Through America’s Farmers Grow Communities:

  • Farmers in 1,245 eligible counties have the chance to win $2,500 for their favorite community nonprofit organizations.
  • The Monsanto Fund has invested more than $3.1 million to rural communities this year alone.
  • More than $137,500 in total has been donated to nonprofits in Wisconsin.
  • A list of all winners and more information can be found at

Grow Communities is part of a broad commitment by the Monsanto Fund to invest in farm communities such as Vernon County. It aims to highlight the important contributions farmers such as Kent Barnes make every day to our society.

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