Meet Alicia Krueger & Get Involved with the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund

The Future Organic Farmer Grant winners were judged to have the strongest combination of commitment to leading a lifelong career in organic agriculture, investment and participation in the organic community, and dedication to growing the organic movement. Each grant recipient will receive $2,500 to apply toward their studies in organic agriculture. 

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Krueger
Alicia Krueger has worked on her parent's conventional dairy farm from the time she was old enough to hand towels and feed calves. During high school, Krueger was vice president of her National FFA Organization chapter. After graduating, she took agribussiness/agriscience classes as well as a Dairy Herd Management classes, both through Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College. In December 2015, Krueger returned to her family farm, which became certified organic in 2009, and has been there ever since. 
 
Kruger plans to continue to work on her parents’ organic dairy farm part-time and work full-time in the summers when she can make pasture and spend time with her kids.  Krueger loves the farm and wants her kids to love it too!
 
Congratulations Alicia!
 
Please join us in congratulating the recipients of the CCOF Foundation’s Future Organic Farmer Grants.

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Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund Partners

These organic businesses and community leaders are helping the CCOF Foundation advance organic agriculture for a healthy world. 

VISIONARY LEVEL
Organic Valley's FAFO Fund
CHAMPION LEVEL

Clif Bar Family Foundation

UNFI Fdn

ADVOCATE LEVEL

Bejo Seeds

Bonterra Organic Vineyards

CCOF Processor/Handler Chapter

Chino Valley Ranchers

Driscoll's

FRIEND LEVEL

Awe Sum Organics

Capay Organic/Farm Fresh To You

Duncan Family Farms

Farmer and the Cook

Frey Vineyards

Green Hope

JSM Organics

MOM's Organic Market

Sun Basket

Wild Roots Market