June 27, 1953 – January 19, 2021

On her AgForestry application (April 1995), Jeanne wrote: “Our community, as is the nation, is beginning to be divided into ethnic groups, economic groups, regional groups, etc. We are pointing out how different everyone is instead of emphasizing what everyone has in common. This nation, community by community, has to be willing to bridge the gaps of difference and pull together for the betterment of our country.”


1948 – 2020

“A few of Linda’s life lessons that she was fond of expressing were: ‘attitude is everything!’ ‘if you rest you rust!’ and, ‘don’t let the bastards get you down!’”

January 3, 1950 – December 14, 2020

Dan understood the importance of AgForestry before going through the program, as shown on his application, “Problems in the natural resource industries need to be confronted by people willing to take an active role in determining their own future.” 

January 4, 1932 – May 26, 2020

While Richard was not an AgForestry Alum, he was a supporter from the beginning.

March 2, 1948 – November 18, 2019

“Remember, there is no limit to what you can accomplish if you don’t care who gets the credit” 
Lloyd and Maxine Morgan, of LMT Farms Inc, began supporting AgForestry in 1979. From 1984 to 1990, Maxine served on the Washington AgForestry Foundation board of directors. Early in the formation of the organization, Maxine helped fundraising efforts, recruited members and promoted the program through her local organizations and networks. Maxine believed people could accomplish anything they wanted if they had enough information to achieve their goal. 
To that end, she was a lifelong learner and encouraged others in their endeavors.
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