National Ag Science Center is pleased to announce the confirmation of Etchebarne Dairy Consulting’s induction into the Ag Hall of Fame.
The annual induction ceremony is a time where the community comes together to recognize the accomplishments of those who have contributed to Stanislaus County’s role as one of the nation’s leading agricultural counties. Etchebarne Dairy Consulting, led by Michel A. Etchebarne, Ph.D., is set apart in the industry because of their dedication to providing research-based, unbiased solutions to various dairy management challenges, as well as an unwavering dedication to herd health.
This year’s Gala Induction Ceremony will be held on Friday, November 15, 2019 at the Larsa Banquet Hall in Denair, CA.
Rooted in one of the world's most productive agricultural regions, California's renown Central Valley, the National Ag Science Center presents, creates, and engages students with innovative curriculum and events. Our goal is to create connections between the community and schools so that our students will have a better understanding of the opportunities available to them, retaining our best talent to continue and expand sustainable ways to grow food for the world.
The National Ag Science Center provides students with unique programs in agriculture and science - to promote positive educational experiences and an awareness of career connections and issues important to sustainable agriculture in California.
A Message from Dr. Emily Lawrence
NASC Executive Director:
The National Ag Science Center is an exciting place to be! Our programs are growing and evolving-spreading ag awareness throughout our community. We have the incredibly important task of educating and inspiring our youth about the multitude of careers in agriculture.
One of the strengths of the NASC is the strong community support we have. Our work would not be possible without support from local businesses and individuals. Thank You!
Through our mobile education experiences, we strive to deliver innovative and compelling agricultural science curriculum to the students of the Central Valley.