Members of the Lodi High School FFA organization recently returned from the national agri-science fair in Indianapolis with a handful of awards. They include:
- Clayton Lauchland, of Lodi, was awarded with a gold pin in honor of his project that examined how much leaf defoliation is economically productive for the winegrape grower.
- Jake Boynton, of Acampo, who was awarded with a silver pin in honor of the project on using alcohol as an alternate fuel source to power a gas engine.
- Levi Shandrew and Anthony Piombo, both of Lodi, who were selected the third-place winners for botany. They were each awarded a gold pin in honor of the project testing different growing methods on tomato plants.
- Rebecca Kinney and Angelique Grady, both of Lodi, were each awarded with a silver pin for their project testing the growth rate of algae in different types of water when exposed to different temperatures.
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