Return to: UMC Home
UMC LogoUMC News

UMC Crowns 2006 Ag Arama Royalty
January 30, 2006

January 30, 2006—Crookston, MN—On Saturday, January 28, Ag Arama celebrated its 31st coronation at the University of Minnesota, Crookston (UMC) The faculty of the agricultural management division at UMC nominate the candidates and a panel of judges selects the male and female students who they feel best reflect the goals and spirit of the UMC Agricultural Management Division. Selection is based on congeniality and involvement in the division and campus activities. This year’s royalty are (l to r) Prince Austin Aasness, Fergus Falls, MN, Princess Amy Schwartz, Monticello, MN, Queen Jessica Robinson, Morton, MN, and King Craig Roerick, Swanville, MN.

UMC is a four-year baccalaureate degree granting institution and coordinate campus of the University of Minnesota. Ag Arama is an annual winter competition that focuses on agriculture and natural resources at UMC in the University Teaching and Outreach Center (UTOC). Ag Arama features contests in agronomy, animal science, horticulture, and natural resources. Through these contests the event allows current students to showcase their knowledge and skills in their major area of study and gives them a chance interact with each other, with alumni, and with faculty members. Ag-Arama is planned and operated by a committee of UMC students and advised by UMC faculty members.