An AG instructor from Adams County has been selected as the state’s Outstanding Agricultural Educator of the Year. Becky Grabarski, who teaches at Adams-Friendship High School, was honored during the Wisconsin Association of Agricultural Educators professional development conference, held recently in La Crosse. The award recognizes members who conduct the highest quality agricultural education programs.

Since 2010, the Adams-Friendship FFA chapter has been a top 10 finalist for the Food for America program and a 3-Star ranked chapter five times for the National FFA Chapter award. Becky’s classroom curriculum is constantly changing just as the agricultural industry does, with instruction consisting of many diverse opportunities such as building fishing poles, making cheese, animal dissections and hydroponics.