Gary Cammack (SDARL I) was recognized as an Eminent Leader in Agriculture, Family, and Community during a banquet at South Dakota State University on September 20. The award noted Gary’s work as a business owner, conservationist, state senator, and leader in developing the community of Union Center. The award, now in its 92nd year, honors leaders who have influenced their homes, families, farms, ranches, and communities. Gary’s portrait will reside permanently in Berg Agricultural Hall at SDSU along with 350 other Eminent Leaders. You can read more about the award HERE.

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December 31, 2019

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December 31, 2019

West River Ag Awards Presented to SDARL Graduates

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October 24, 2019

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