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Krass & Co

57 S. Commerce Way Suite 220

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 18017

United States

Company Description

Krass & Co. strives to maintain the highest level of product and service quality. We guarantee our products to be free of manufacturing defects. We will accept any defective item for return or exchange as long as it is returned within 60 days. All returns/exch...more

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Oliver Law Firm


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Eastern New Mexico University


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http://www.pntonline.com/2015/09/12/ffa-student-talks-about-her-passion/

The agriculture industry affects every aspect of a person's life, according to Kassie Waller, an Eastern New Mexico University student from Clovis.
As a Future Farmers of America ambassador, Waller is one of 22 college students nationwide to go around giving talks to groups about the importance of agriculture. Waller told her audience at the Portales Public Library on Friday that she has spoken about the industry to people anywhere from preschool students to adults. She said she is one of the only college students in New Mexico to serve as an FFA ambassador. "I just sort of stumbled across this program and decided to apply," she said. "I was thrilled when I got the position." Waller said she went to a week-long training in North Carolina to learn how to give presentations to any age group. Her ambassador term ends in December. "I think this is a really good experience for me, because I just want to talk about agriculture for the rest of my life," she said. Kassie Waller of Clovis, a Future Farmers of America ambassador, gave a presentation at Portales Public Library Friday. She demonstrated with a chart that things which impact agriculture have a domino effect, impacting every other aspect of life as well. Waller said it is important for people to support agriculture education, whether financially, through volunteering or spreading the word. "Students that are like me and don't come from a traditional ag background are not exposed to these types of things and don't know the opportunities that FFA and ag education hold for them," she said. Waller said agriculture makes the world go around, and there would be no clothing and no food without it. "How many of us think we relied on agriculture today? Waller asked her audience. "We're all wearing clothes. Those clothes were made from plants grown by farmers. Agriculture covers every aspect of our lives, whether we think about it daily or not. Sometimes we go and sit down and eat that meal, and we don't remember the hard work that went into making that meal. Somebody had to grow that crop for months, harvest it, fertilize it, keep it healthy." Waller asked members of Friends of the Library to share how they ended up in their careers and to share what they had done since they woke up that morning. But when asked by Waller if she ended up loving her job, the answer was yes. "When I decided that agriculture is what I wanted to do forever was when I walked into an ag education classroom for the first time as an eighth grader," Waller said. "I did not want to join agriculture; that was not something I wanted to do. My dad was very persistent and wanted me to give it a try." Waller is majoring in agricultural sciences at ENMU with an emphasis in communication and plans to go into public relations for an agriculture company. "I learned that FFA is so much more than animals and farming," she shared.


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