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CCA Career Profiles

"We're All In This Together"

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2018 ICCA of the Year Makes Impact Locally, Globally

Meet Jeff Polenske: 2015 ICCA of the year

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“If the neighbors aren’t talking about it, we must be doing something wrong.” 2015 ICCA of the Year-Jeff Polenske

Meet ICCA of the Year, John Heard: Scientist, educator, humorist

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Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) Pat Lynch was the first mentor to John Heard, winner of 2014’s International CCA of the Year Award.

Meet Steve Cromley: New ICCA vice chair

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Growing up in Carrolton, MO, Steve Cromley always knew he wanted to work in agriculture. “I grew up on a row crop farm and always enjoyed science in school.

Citrus specialist is 2013 ICCA of the Year

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When most people think about Certified Crop Advisers (CCAs), they probably think of professionals who advise farmers on growing crops like corn, cotton, soybeans, and wheat.

Conservation: A family tradition and way of life for Earl Garber

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Growing up on a dairy farm on the outskirts of Lafayette, LA, Earl Garber learned the same skills all farm kids do: How to milk cows and grow corn for silage, how to cultivate pasture grass and har

Allan Romander brings Western perspective to ICCA Board

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In 1994, Allan Romander became one of the first Certified Crop Advisers (CCAs) in California, and he has diligently maintained his certification ever since.

ICCA of the Year: Mike Wilson

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In the spring of 1994, Mike Wilson nervously sat down between two Ph.D.s in an Indianapolis convention center.