Livingston, Tom C. - 2008 Hall of Fame indductee

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Tom Livingston represents the epitome of grass roots leadership. With the energy and commitment he brings to any issue he takes on, he has significantly influenced policy development provincially and nationally. Tom has been a tireless advocate for the agriculture industry, especially in regards to land-use issues. He was an early proponent of crossbreeding cattle for hybrid vigour and improved performance. He has worked with and supported countless community organizations, agricultural and livestock related commissions, committees and associations. In 1971, Tom formed the Eastern Irrigation District Landowners Association, representing over 1200 farmers. In all these endeavours, Tom Livingston is well known as a dedicated and principled leader whose advice is highly regarded. His love of the land, and its people, is clearly evident is everything he does. Tom Livingston’s long and varied lifetime of service to Alberta’s agriculture industry makes him a most deserving member of the Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame.

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