Torrington, WY – Go Goshen hosted their annual Agriculture Appreciation Breakfast during the Goshen County Fair. The event provided an ideal platform for the community to come together in gratitude for the hardworking farmers, ranchers, and agriculturalists who play a vital role in Goshen County’s economic growth. As a region deeply rooted in agriculture, the event acknowledged the tireless efforts and dedication of those who work the land, ensuring the sustainability and success of the local agricultural sector. The breakfast successfully raised funds for the free breakfast and for agricultural scholarships at Eastern Wyoming College, nurturing the educational aspirations of aspiring students in the field of agriculture.

Three people posing for a picture behind a counter of juice cups and water pitchers.
Volunteers from First State Bank

Volunteers from First State Bank serving food and coffee: Lucas Moore (left), Kelly Sittner, Lu Vaughn.

3 men cooking on an industrial grill
Ag Breakfast Cooking Crew

Volunteers at Ag Appreciation Breakfast cooking: Brad Frazier (left), Brian Derr, Brayden Connour.

Go Goshen extends its heartfelt gratitude to all the attendees, sponsors, and partners who contributed to the success of the Agriculture Appreciation Breakfast. The event served over 300 people, and free will donations from the attendees raised an additional $369 for agriculture scholarships.

For more information about Go Goshen’s initiatives, economic development efforts, and upcoming events, please visit www.gogoshen.com.

Go Goshen – which includes Economic Development, the Goshen County Chamber of Commerce, Goshen County Promotion and Tourism and Main Street – is a non-profit organization that prioritizes the retention and expansion of local businesses. Since 1987, the organization has encouraged business growth, created jobs, and built on local community assets in five Wyoming municipalities: Fort Laramie, LaGrange, Lingle, Torrington, and Yoder.