Anderson, Clarence E. - 1986 Hall of Fame Inductee

 
 
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    Clarence Anderson was a leader: a leader in introducing new farming techniques; a leader in his community; and a leader in numerous farm organizations. He demonstrated improved farm practices in the management of Gray Wooded soils and promoted use of good seed through his long involvement with the Barrhead Seed Cleaning Co-op. The list of organizations in which he was active was long and his contributions were significant. Alberta Federation of Agriculture, Unifarm, university advisory committees, Alberta Farm Products Marketing Council, Farming for the Future and the Canada Grains Council were only a few of the farm organizations which benefitted from Mr. Anderson's involvement.

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