Agriculture’s young advocate, Mady Adamson, receives prestigious medal for her contributions to the ag industry

Mady Adamson with Learning About Ag with Mady, was one of 70 Sask. residents to be presented the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal. Photo courtesy: Lexie Adamson

Ten-year-old Mady Adamson, the star behind the camera for Learning About Ag with Mady, was one of 70 Saskatchewan residents who was presented the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal.

The medal honours those citizens who have devoted their time and effort to serving others in Canada, Saskatchewan and their communities; in Mady’s case, it was her contributions and commitment to agriculture education.

“Today’s ceremony is the first of many that will allow us to recognize the people of this great province,” says Premier Scott Moe. “Saskatchewan people are truly remarkable, and I am pleased to have this opportunity to thank them for their dedication to our province and its communities.”

Learning About Ag with Mady started as a way to teach her peers about agriculture and help fill in the gaps from farm to table. Since then, her videos have become an educational resource for anyone who has an internet connection and has garnered the attention of political leaders and prominent social media figures as well, including Saskatchewan’s Quick Dick McDick.

Despite the recognition, Mady continues to focus on bringing educational content to those in the ag industry and help out any way she can on their family farm in west central Saskatchewan.

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