Lodi’s Amy Blagg awarded for work with San Joaquin Farm Bureau Federation
Amy Blagg, executive director of the Lodi District Grape Growers Association, was awarded the Star Young Farmers and Ranchers Award in April for her efforts on behalf of the Young Farmers and Ranchers organization within the state farm bureau.
- Amy Blagg at a glance
Amy Blagg graduated from Tokay High School in 2002.
She studied agricultural business at California State University, Fresno and graduated in 2006.
Blagg was the chairwoman for the Young Farmers and Ranchers of San Joaquin County in 2010 and 2011.
She attended the California Farm Bureau Leadership Program in 2008, and traveled around the country to learn about farming legislation, mediation and how work is done in other regions.
Blagg represents the Victor and eastern Lodi area on the San Joaquin County Farm Bureau Board of Directors.
She lives in Lodi with her husband Tyler Blagg and two sons.
— Source: Amy Blagg
Posted: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 12:00 am
Though her day job is in an office, Amy Blagg simply can’t get away from the farming life she grew up in. Her work for the San Joaquin Farm Bureau Federation, both locally and on a state level, was recognized by the California Farm Bureau Federation in March.
Blagg has been awarded the Star Young Farmers and Ranchers Award for her efforts on behalf of the Young Farmers and Ranchers organization within the state Farm Bureau.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 12:00 am.