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Agriculture

Creating Your Own Luck – #AgLead

Do you ever see a successful, dedicated person and wish to yourself, “Man, if I could just be as lucky as them!”? I know I have been in that position, which can easily lead to feeling depressed about my own situation – whether it be life, friendships or careers. Great luck and success is obtainable, […]

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Finding your audience for sustainability and advocacy

This month, new survey results show the most widely used social media platforms by Americans. While you may assume Facebook is the top dog, it’s worth looking at survey results to see how the platforms actually rank. If you dive deeper into the Pew Research Center report, you’ll see not all platforms are equal when it comes to who is using them. […]

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Advocacy for Earth Day and Environmental Sustainability

Earth Day 2021 is coming on April 22. Are you preparing to join the conversations? Most of us in the agriculture community realize that working in and caring for our environment is a year-round task. In past years, we’ve made great strides in sharing our stories of environmental stewardship, but we always have room for improvement in […]

Work With Me

Since 2008, I have been involved in efforts to help our agriculture community be stronger communicators and advocates, bridging the gap to connect with people who want to learn more about how our food is grown and the people involved in our industry. My experiences range from working one-on-one with local producer organizations to directing […]

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Diversity and Inclusion – will Ag brush it off?

Does agriculture have a problem with diversity and inclusion? Is this something the community is willing to admit and work on? Or will some in the industry try to brush this off as well? In the weeks after I first shared my experiences challenging diversity and inclusion in the workplace, I’ve received an overwhelming amount […]

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