CEO of SFR Seed Recognized as Champion of Conservation (Movers & Shakers)

Hallie Shoffner
Hallie Shoffner (SFR Seed)

Hallie Shoffner, CEO of SFR Seed of Newport, has been recognized as a champion of conservation by Garden & Gun of Charleston, South Carolina. The program highlights 10 scientists, advocates and groundbreakers involved in conservation efforts.

Joe Muse
Joe Muse (Darragh Co.)

Joe Muse has been promoted to vice president of sales for Darragh Co. of Little Rock. Muse, who joined Darragh in 2010, will oversee sales plans, customer needs and the growth of regional sales territories, among other responsibilities. 

Zach Leach
Zach Leach (Conway Corp.)

Zach Leach, a SCADA and network systems administrator at Conway Corp., received two certifications from KX Technology: Introduction to Developer and Introduction to SQL Interface.

Justin Mccauley
Justin Mccauley (McCauley Services)

Justin McCauley has been inducted as president of the National Pest Management Association. McCauley, of McCauley Services of Benton, served as vice president and will now lead the association for pest management professionals. 

Kyla Webb
Kyla Webb (Regional Recycling & Waste Reduction District)

Kyla Webb has been hired as the chief recycling officer of Pulaski County for the Regional Recycling & Waste Reduction District.

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