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Pg 16 • August 2020 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. WHAT’S UP • SONOMA COUNTY


SRJC’s Pj LoCoco Inducted into the CATA Hall of Fame!


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Pg 16 • August 2020 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC.


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Retired SRJC instructor Pamela J. “Pj” LoCoco has been awarded entry into the California Agriculture Teachers’ Association (CATA) Hall of Fame – Class of 2020. The hundred- year-old organiza- tion is dedi- cated to the service of Agriculture, Agricultural Education, and the Future Farmers of America (FFA) in Califor- nia. Since 2000, those who have excelled in this work have been recognized with this honor and LoCoco is the first female instructor from a community col- lege to be inducted. The distinction, announced at the Virtual CATA Summer Conference this past June, comes to LoCoco after a lifetime in the field. LoCoco grew up in the


Central Valley, where she earned her AA degree at San Joaquin Delta Col- lege. She moved on to California


Polytechnic


State University, San Luis Obispo for her Bachelor of Science in Ornamental Horticulture and her Mas- ter of Science in Agricul- tural Sciences. She then taught high school agri- culture and biology in San Luis Obispo County before transferring to Santa Rosa for her post-secondary role at Santa Rosa Junior College, where she taught


for almost 34 years before retiring. At SRJC LoCoco taught thousands of students in the Envi- ronmental Horticul - ture (EH) program she estab- lished and fostered, imparting knowledge and skills crucial to success in the field. She served as Principal Instructor


and Program Coordinator of Ornamental Horticul- ture for over 15 years, and Chair of the Agriculture/ Natural Resources Depart- ment for almost a decade. She continued to instruct throughout her tenure at SRJC. “Some call me a ‘pi- oneer’ since I was one of the first females to teach in a community college agri- culture classroom. My ap- proach was always to lead by example so to inspire others, whether that was inspiring men to retrain for a new career or inspiring women in the operation of power tools. I never asked a student to do anything I had not demonstrated,” LoCoco said. LoCoco’s instructional


projects (labs) included building fences, walls and walkways, planting or pruning the campus land- scape, irrigation repair and more. LoCoco was deeply rooted in SRJC’s commu- nity, serving on the Aca- demic Senate for nearly


20 years, the Day Under the Oaks committee and the EH program’s monthly plant sales with community food and clothing drives. She is a founding mem- ber of the SRJC Ag Trust committee. She was also one of the original trainers of the Instructional Skills Program which teaches teachers how to teach. Lo- Coco’s list of professional accomplishments is long. One that stands out is her term as State President of California Agricultural Teachers’ Association. She was CATA’s first fe-


male president. “Receiv- ing this honor means that all my work on local, sec- tional, regional and state committees developing in- struction, policy and proce- dure, as well as my class- room student activities, did not go unnoticed. To this, I thank SRJC,


the horticulture industry and CATA for all of their support.” “I want to con- gratulate Pj on her induc- tion into the Hall of Fame,” said George Sellu, Agri- business Program Coor- dinator and Instructor at Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC.) “This is a great honor and a recognition of her contribution to Califor- nia Agriculture Education. She joins a select group of educators who have been recognized by their peers across the state for their contribution to the profes- sion.”


Any Questions:


Benjamin Goldstein 707-527-4880


bgoldstein@santarosa.edu The mountains are calling and I must go! ~ John Muir


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