Agriculture is its own culture, its own community. That community is built by those involved in the industry. But women in agriculture have a special ability to foster and build that community. Courtenay DeHoff, a television host and woman in agriculture, recently featured an Ag Women series on her podcast, “Cowgirl Problems,” and highlighted parts […]
Farmer John Stahl has partnered with Draught Works brewery in Missoula, Montana, to pick up free spent grain to supplement his livestock feed.
Courtney Dixon’s Green to Grain website connects veterans with ag job opportunities. It is completely free and doesn’t accept donations.
Daniel McFarland lights up when he talks about the many life lessons he learned on his family’s Flying Eagle Ranch in Louisiana.
A graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, he uses his economics degree to figure out ways to make his farm more profitable.
Becoming an ally to ag is what PepsiCo is striving to do at a regional and individual level with the creation of its demonstration farms.
After a father’s untimely death with no succession plan, the challenge for his son intensified to keep the family farm in Bedford County, Virginia, running.
The message is clear: “Big ag” companies are serious about being good corporate citizens.
Natalia Derevianko wasn’t always an American farmer. The Ukrainian native came to the U.S. when she was only 12 years old and had to learn the culture and language from scratch. She’s a friend whom I met in Chicago about 12 years ago when we both lived there in our 20s. Both big-city girls with […]
The Environmental Defense Fund advocates for sustainable agriculture, and have three major initiatives in the food industry they are working towards.