Passion for agriculture grows

SAM WATERS/The Daily Sentinel—Kayla Calvin, who said she grew up in a “diehard” hockey family in Minnesota, moved to Fruita when she was a freshman in high school. “I knew I loved horses and animals and got into ag that way,” Calvin said. The Fruita Monument High School graduate just completed her freshman year at Colorado State University and has been named a Future Farmers of America state officer.



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SAM WATERS/The Daily Sentinel—Kayla Calvin, who said she grew up in a “diehard” hockey family in Minnesota, moved to Fruita when she was a freshman in high school. “I knew I loved horses and animals and got into ag that way,” Calvin said. The Fruita Monument High School graduate just completed her freshman year at Colorado State University and has been named a Future Farmers of America state officer.

Kayla Calvin didn’t grow up on a farm, but that doesn’t mean she lacks a passion for agriculture. Calvin’s passion helped her get selected as a Future Farmers of America…




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