Recognizing a person, persons or organizations for achievement within the realm of agriculture and service of benefit to the rural community of Lambton and beyond.

We are proud to be a part of the Lambton Heritage Museum: there is an interactive display at our local museum that showcases our past inductees and Lambton’s amazing agriculture history. Take a trip and see the display today or visit the virtual exhibit on their website!

The Hall of Fame would like to invite you to support Lambton County, and its agriculture by becoming a member of the Hall of Fame. This program can’t continue without individual and business support from people like you!

The Agricultural Hall of Fame has a volunteer board of nine, with Joanne Sanderson as chair and Gary Atkinson as vice-chair. They welcome any questions or thoughts, and can be reached at [email protected].

Board Members


Membership form: (Voting) Membership Application

Current Board:

The 2022- 2023 trustees for the Lambton Agricultural Hall of Fame are as follows

  • Chair: Joanne Sanderson Vice Chair : Gary L. Atkinson
  • Trustees: Bryan Boyle, Ralph Eye, Irene Jardine, Kyle Maw, Brenda Stewardson, Blair Williamson, John Young.
  • County Representative: Dave Ferguson, Mayor, Municipality of Brooke-Alvinston

Click below for a Nomination Form:

Lambton Agricultural Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Hall of Fame Inductees

The Lambton Agricultural Hall of Fame honoured three new inductees in 2022.
Carolynne Griffith was inducted into the hall for her work with the Egg Farmers of Ontario from 1975 to 2012, including a decade as chairperson. She also served as a municipal councillor in Brooke-Alvinston.

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Mac Parker, who served as mayor of Warwick Township, was honoured for his work in the beef industry, the Lambton and Ontario federations of agriculture, and as president of the Ontario Polled Shorthorn Club.

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Charles Srokosz was honoured for being one of the first farmers to clear land in Thedford Bog, where he grew potatoes, carrots, celery and onions. He also served in municipal politics, was a founding member of the Lake Smith Conservationists and was granted a lifetime achievement award in 2002 from the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Association.

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Lambton Agricultural Hall of Fame Virtual Exhibit