WHEELING, W.Va. — Six teams participated in the Northwestern Region FFA Land Judging contest, hosted by the Northern Panhandle Conservation District June 10.
Natural Resources Conservation Services Soil Scientist Tim Dilliplane organized the event, which was held on the Betty Schafer farm located in Wheeling.
The Land Judging and Homesite Judging is a national contest that 4-H and FFA members compete in teams of four students.
FFA teams from Cameron, Hundred, Pine Grove, Tyler, St. Mary’s and Magnolia participated in the event. The winners of this year’s land judging was Hundred FFA and the Homesite winner was Tyler FFA. The two winning teams will move on to compete in the state contest in Ripley, W.Va., in July.
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