Lodi FFA students see success at state finals
Lodi High School FFA Novice Team, won first place in state agriscience fair. L to R: Callee Newport, Morgan Powell, Alexa Brand, Halley Lauchland, Dawson Lewis, Cole Lauchland, Jose Meza, and Crystal Huerta. Not pictured: Dylan Crawford, Amy Freeman
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Lodi High Recognitions:
Alexa Brand and Dylan Crawford - Novice team first place in Social Systems
Amy Freeman - Novice individual first place in Social Systems
Halley Lauchland - Novice individual first place in Plant Systems
Crystal Huerta and Callee Newport - Advanced team third place in Environmental Services/ Natural Resources
Kaitlyn MacDonald and Jack McGuire - Advanced team third place in Power, Structural and Technical Systems
Joseph Devencenzi - State proficiency second place in Emerging Agriculture Technology
Cierra McClure - Advanced proficiency in Veterinary Medicine, Actagro Scholarship Winner
Brady Colburn - Almond Board Scholarship Winner
Courtney Newport - Mabel W. Jacks Memorial Scholarship finalist
Tokay High Recognitions:
Vincent Fuso - State Proficiency first place in Viticulture Production
Breanna Holbert - named Central Regional Treasurer
State band members: Jerry Teixeira, Maria Rios, Kim Toule, Eli Barila
Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 11:59 pm
In August, a freshman FFA student from Lodi High School sought to find a solution for a fungal disease that has plagued grape growers, causing them to rip out grapevines and replant at a great cost.
Halley Lauchland researched and found an answer to eutypa dieback disease: a method called cane pruning.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 11:59 pm.