Levi Findley knows a thing or two about strong roots-and not just the kind that make for the healthy bounty of cotton, peanuts, corn, and produce he grows. After all, his farming roots stretch back eight generations, to the 1750's when his ancestors made their way to America from Scotland. The early Findley clan settled first in South Carolina, moved on to Georgia and Alabama, and arrived in Mt. Camel, Florida in 1922.
Named after his great granddad, Findley is most at home in the cab of a tractor or picker working the land. True, there was a moment in college when Findley considered becoming a firefighter, but in the end, he had to follow his heart. Read more on how Findley followed his heart and his legacy.