Agriculture in Marion County continues to be a thriving industry, currently producing $1.2 billion in revenues. Since its inception in 2003, the Marion County Agricultural Hall of Fame has been recognizing individuals who have made tremendous achievements and contributions to the furtherance of agriculture in our community. Members include 28 men and three women credited for their advancement in Marion County's agricultural history (click here to read the members' biographies). Inductees are commemorated with a bronze plaque displaying their photo and short bio. The plaques placed on permanent exhibit in the of the foyer of the Extension Service's Auditorium.
Thank you for joining us in honoring one of our own at the
2015 Agricultural Hall of Fame Banquet
which marked the induction of
James (Jim) H. Williams
at the Marion County UF/IFAS Extension Service Auditorium