Allie Logan of Eufaula was recently appointed as At-Large Director for Barbour County on the Board of Directors of the CPYRWMA. Shown with Allie is Probate Judge Susan Shorter administering the Oath of Office at a ceremony held at the Barbour County Courthouse in Eufaula.

Ms. Logan was born and reared on her family’s farm in Barbour County. She attended Auburn University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in agriculture communications and a master’s degree in Adult Education. Allie has been the County Coordinator with the Barbour County Extension since 2016 and she has worked hard to improve the quality of life for Barbour County citizens. She enjoys working with the youth through 4-H programs and helping farmers of all sizes and has served on numerous local committees. Through the Alabama Farmers Federation, Allie has been on state and local boards including serving as the State Young Farmers Chairman in 2014. Allie and her sister operate an agritourism business just north of Eufaula called Backyard Orchards. The sisters grow a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables on their farm and invite the public out to pick the produce. Allie is married to David Logan of Ozark.