Chiefland Logger Named Woman of the Year in Agriculture
A Chiefland woman has been named Florida's Woman of the Year in Agriculture.
"I think the focus should not be on me but more on the big picture: forestry, agriculture. And anybody can do what I do. It's just that I'm very blessed that I have the opportunity to be able to spend the time doing the things that I do," said Lynetta Griner, Usher Land and Timber.
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