All Press Releases for July 17, 2022

Arianna Davis wins National Future Little Miss United States Agriculture

Arianna Davis won the coveted title of National Future Little Miss United States Agriculture, earning her the platform to serve as one of the nation's youngest and leading voices in advocating for agriculture.

Encouraging some of the youngest girls in the nation to be leading voices in advocating for agriculture.

    BEAULAVILLE, NC, July 17, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- As National Future Little Miss United States Agriculture, Arianna uses her title to spark an interest in agriculture in youth while making an impact on the world.

Arianna's dedication to service is demonstrated through the countless community projects she's done. Arianna stands firm on her personal platform that you are never to small to make a huge impact on the world. With her title she works to educate youth on agriculture, its importance and how it can help us prepare for a better future. One of her most notable community projects included sending seeds across the continental U.S. and Canada. Each individual seed was planted and grew into flowers to help efforts to save the honeybees!

When Arianna isn't busy making a difference in her community, she is occupied with her studies as a rising 2nd grader at Beulaville Elementary school. She excels academically and was awarded with the Academic Achievement in Reading. In the future, Arianna plans to become a pediatric nurse while expanding her work in agriculture advocacy.

Arianna is a multifaceted titleholder with many skills and interests. She loves spending time outdoors, singing, dancing and one of her favorite hobbies is traveling to visit farm animals. Another fun fact, she is the only girl out of four siblings.

A Leader, Educator and Advocate, Arianna Davis plans to inspire the youth of today to get involved and be active in agriculture.

The Miss United States Agriculture Program is to truly advocate for agriculture by using the crown and sash as an avenue to start conversations. This program began in 2014 by Ciera Ingram to encourage women in agriculture to teach and enhance the American Agriculture Story. Since launching, agriculture advocacy has spread across the United States. Arianna Davis competed in introduction, state fun fashion and formal wear all for the chance to teach, inspire and advocate for modern agriculture. For more information please visit:

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