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CARET Awards

The Lifetime of Service to CARET Award

The Lifetime of Service to CARET Award is an award given to a longstanding CARET delegate who has concluded their service to CARET and who has made significant contributions to CARET over many years to enhance the national support and understanding of the importance of the land-grant university system’s agricultural research, extension, and teaching programs. This award is presented only when individuals have exemplified extraordinarily rare service to CARET and the land-grant university community.

Our 2022 Lifetime Service Winners

Louise Beaman
Louise Beaman
Eddie Gouge
Eddie Gouge

Past Lifetime of Service to CARET Award Winners

The Meritorious Service to CARET Award

The Meritorious Service to CARET Award is an award given to an individual who has supported CARET and the land-grant university system. The award also may be given to a CARET delegate who has concluded their service to CARET or other individual who has made significant contributions to CARET to enhance the national support and understanding of the importance of the land-grant university system’s agricultural research, extension, and teaching programs.

Our 2022 Meritorious Service Winner

Barry Flinchbaugh
Barry Flinchbaugh
(posthumous)

Our 2022 Lifetime Service Winners

Past Meritorious Service to CARET Award Winners

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