Irrigation Today earns Ag Communicator Network honors

The quarterly magazine earned two awards, including a first-place honor for Opening Page or Spread Design – Commercial.
BY LUKE REYNOLDS
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Irrigation Today, Fairfax, Virginia, won two Ag Communicators Network‘s annual awards. 

The quarterly magazine won first place in the Opening Page or Spread Design – Commercial category for Irrigation Today’s graphic designer Sean Burris’ layout titled in the Winter 2023 edition for the “Your best practice“ column. 

Burris also placed third in the Two-Page Plus Design – Commercial category for his layout in the Spring 2022 edition for the Know Your Numbers layout. 

“We are immensely proud of our team’s remarkable achievement,” says Kyle Brown, editor in chief of Irrigation Today. “Our heartfelt congratulations go out to Sean for his outstanding contribution, and we extend our sincerest gratitude for his unwavering dedication to our publication.” 

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