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Khyleigh North top gardening winner

Green Leaf, Incorporated, a  Fontanet, Indiana manufacturer of agricultural products, and Indiana 4-H Youth Development are pleased to name Khyleigh North as the LaGrange County 4-H Top Green Leaf 4-H Garden Award Winner.

During the LaGrange County 2014 fair, held July 5-12, North was named the 4-H grand prize gardening winner and in addition was recognized by the fair as the Top Green Leaf 4-H Garden Award Winner, a new award presented this year. She received a $25 Visa gift card and plaque.

As one of the 92 county fair 4-H grand prize gardening winners, North is now eligible to be considered for one of nine regional Green Leaf 4-H prizes to be presented in  each of the following markets: Chicago, Cincinnati, Evansville, Ft. Wayne, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Louisville, South Bend and Terre Haute. Regional winners will receive a $50 Visa gift card and trophy. 

“For countless years, 4-H has enriched the lives of youth,” says Sasha Stanton, PR/Marketing Director of Green Leaf. “As a business in the agricultural industry, Green Leaf endeavors to give back to our community in a way that helps youth cultivate an appreciation for gardening and for our earth. We are thrilled to partner with Indiana 4-H Youth Development to encourage young Hoosiers to garden.”

Green Leaf, Incorporated began manufacturing products for the agricultural industry in 1979 and has grown to specialize in designing and manufacturing injection molded nylon and polypropylene agricultural products. Keeping pace with technology, Green Leaf utilizes fully automated robotics in its manufacturing and the latest equipment in product stamping and special packaging. Green Leaf products are available through various distribution networks and retail outlets. 

Indiana 4-H Youth Development’s mission is to provide real-life educational opportunities that develop young people who positively impact their community and world. More on Indiana 4-H Youth Development can be found at  The national 4-H organization is a community of seven million young people around the world learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Learn more about 4-H at