The 98% of the population not connected directly to agriculture can help tell our story – but only if we invite them to hear it.
Why does my son think all farms have a barn, silo and animals?
It would be hard to find a college major that doesn’t have anything to do with agriculture. Why aren’t college agriculture programs reaching out and engaging those students?
Small changes could make agritourism farms more accessible for exceptional children like my son.
I never expected to step into a cranberry bog during a conference in Chicago.
The farm-to-table movement is going from the plate to the glass.
If farmers had a crystal ball, we could predict what consumer preferences will be.
A recent article on celebrities that are farmers got me thinking - who qualifies as a farmer?
Scrolling through my news feed on social media, I see images of fires burning in Montana, Oregon, and other western states. I’ve seen photos and videos from Texas and Louisiana showing damage from Hurricane Harvey. Say what you want about social media, but during a time of crisis in agriculture, it is a valuable tool.
Social media allows us to share news.
Being first to harvest a crop may not be best.