“Cultivators of the earth are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, and they are tied to their country and its liberty by the most lasting bands.” — Thomas Jefferson. Whether it’s Fourth of July, Veterans Day, or just another day where we live and breathe free, it is noteworthy to reflect on […]
Fourth-generation farmer Justin Long speaks in raw and honest terms about the needs in life, from food to medicine to law enforcement. This is one of Growing America‘s most-watched videos. Long talks about his family’s history producing cattle and some of the issues that he faces today. His hope is to pass the farm to […]
You put in all that work of studying in high school and planning to get to college, and soon the time to make the declaration of an ag major will be here.
Childish insults are used frequently on the internet, yet they do almost no good for ag communication or industry as a whole.
Food matters. There has never been a better time to share the story of modern agriculture. That’s why Dirt-to-Dinner is an amazing organization that’s working to do just that. The team — Lucy, Lisa, Hillary, and Haley — flew out to our Iowa farm last month to take a tour and learned all about how we […]
Farmers have long been stewards of the land, quite often serving as its most steadfast guardian, and the benefits of farmland conservation are numerous.
If we’re really going to promote clickbait over truth, then this shouldn’t be so hard. Simply encourage people to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Unchecked, unvalidated false expertise has at least temporarily devalued the real education and expertise of food regulators almost entirely.
Terryn Drieling addresses common misconceptions about agricultural advocacy, shares her biggest mistakes, what she wished she had known, and more.
Food Science Babe had the opportunity to sit down with Facebook Karen and talk with the self-proclaimed foodie.