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Graves Lovell
Family tradition
His dad helped revolutionize the way we farm fish. Now this fisheries grad spends his days ensuring folks can catch them.

When asked to describe his role as a district fisheries biologist with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Graves Lovell boils it down to sound-bite size with the skill of a seasoned politician—“managing, enhancing and protecting the fisheries resources for the people of Alabama”—but ask him to dip into the details, and be prepared for the flood gates to open. It’s obvious he not only takes seriously what he does every day, he also believes in it…and loves it.

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Conner Bailey
Tough questions
One Auburn professor is questioning the federal government's recent move regarding genetically engineered salmon. Read on to understand Conner Bailey's objections.
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Public horticulture
First of its kind
Our public horticulture graduate certificate program was the first of its kind in the nation. Read more about the program and its impact close to home.
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IN BRIEF
Precision Ag Workshop set for Jan. 28
Auburn University College of Agriculture and Alabama Extension professionals will host a Precision Agriculture Workshop in Auburn, Ala. on Jan. 28, 2016. The event will take place at the Auburn University Dixon Hotel and Conference Center. Cutting edge precision agriculture presentations and precision ag demonstrations will be led by Extension professionals and private companies.
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Martin wins alumni achievement award from alma mater
Amanda Martin, student recruitment and alumni relations coordinator for the College of Agriculture at Auburn University, has received the 2015 Early Career Achievement Award from Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s College of Agricultural Sciences and its Alumni Board of Governors.
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International agronomy society selects Mitchell as fellow
Auburn soil science professor Charles Mitchell has been awarded the status of fellow in the American Society of Agronomy. Fellow is the organization’s highest honor and is presented for outstanding contributions to agronomy through education, research and national and international service.
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Alumni group to recognize leaders in Alabama agriculture
The Auburn University Agricultural Alumni Association will honor five individuals who have made significant contributions to the state’s agricultural industry during the 2016 Alabama Agricultural Hall of Honor banquet, set for Thursday, Feb. 4.
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Auburn agriculture honors outstanding alums
Ten accomplished professionals who hold degrees from Auburn University’s College of Agriculture have been selected as recipients of the college’s 2016 Outstanding Alumni Awards. The awards will be presented in a ceremony Wednesday, Feb. 3, at the Auburn Alumni Center.
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UPCOMING EVENTS
College of Agriculture Alumni Awards
February 3
Each year since 2014, the College of Agriculture has recognized outstanding alumni through two different awards, Outstanding Alumni Awards and an Alumni Service Award.
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Alabama Agricultural Hall of Honor
February 4
The Alabama Agricultural Hall of Honor is a program to recognize and celebrate the work of some of our state’s top agricultural leaders. 
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College of Agriculture Open House
April 8
Admitted students and prospective students and their families are encouraged to attend this event and learn more about the College of Agriculture. The day also includes an alumni track. 
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