Taylor Showing her love for farming with an added Snapchat filter for comedic relief.
When I set down with Taylor Bahan at The Ohio State University at Marion, she was more than excited to tell me why she was going to college and why she had changed her major. At first she had a vision to major in biology but decided that she now wanted to major in Agronomy to have more wisdom about continuing her family's farm. Her farm was started by her grandfather. You could say that he was the original visionary in their family. Her grandfather also had a story to tell about when he almost went bankrupt twice but in the end he saved his farm and made a legacy that is passed down from generation to generation. Taylor also mentioned that she had a huge influence from the organization Future Farmers of America (FFA). In her meetings there would be a jar that anyone there would put loose change into and then the money would be used for random acts of kindness in the community. During her senior year just one week before graduation one of her classmates drowned and died. She and the other members of FFA decided to donated all their money from the jar to the family of the drowned senior to help pay for funeral costs. It is nice to see that good things always come out of bad situations and gives everyone a better outlook on the future of the world.