I believe that the future can be something bigger than us all — and possible through naming the issues and conversing about diversity in agriculture.
In 2016, I enrolled at Southern University, an 1890 land-grant in Louisiana, to major in Agricultural Sciences. From the moment I got there, I felt seen.
Pack mules at Montana’s Ninemile ranch are vital to keeping trails on more than 3 million acres of land open for the public and providing access in the roadless backcountry.
Greenmount Heritage LLC is a diversified, family-owned farm situated among the rolling hills of Rockingham County, Virginia, is featured in Farm Credit of the Virginias’ Ag & Culture video series. Greenmount Heritage is owned and operated by the Bailey family. Craig Bailey is primarily responsible for crop production and their grain roasting business, while his […]
International Women’s Day is a day celebrating the social, economic, and political achievements of women — everything that makes up a woman in agriculture.
“Mission driven, cradle to grave mentality, sacrificing for other people.” It’s what positions veterans to be successful farmers.
2020 saw a national reckoning on American race relations, and the history of Black farmers became a key piece of the puzzle.
While the rise of scientific discovery was yet to come, the long period that was the Middle Ages laid the foundation for future agricultural innovators.
The Super Bowl is king of commercial time, and in the past few years, farming and ranching have had their place in that primetime slot.
Food is love. That’s how Amyrose Foll, the visionary leader at Virginia Free Farm describes her motivation to serve hundreds of meals weekly to Central Virginia communities surrounding her farm. Foll, an army veteran and indigenous farmer, runs VFF in Kents Store, Virginia. She has chosen a new call of duty — to protect and […]