The growing unease over cancel culture isn’t an endorsement of anti-agriculture activism but rather a desire to address misinformation more judiciously.
Meet the Lepp sisters, fourth-generation farmers and rising Instagram influencers as @thetulepps. They’re breaking the molds of farmers and women.
How we choose to respond to someone with a misconception about agriculture is important. We aren’t going to win friends by mocking someone.
Relating to people on a personal level through admitting internal conflict can turn an enemy into an adversary, says ag communicator Vance Crowe.
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 […]
Many of us couldn’t be more excited about taking on another year of FFA speaking competitions. You have to take that step and put yourself out there.
Here are some great online tools to help you address misinformation about agriculture that you may come across.
Agriculture is normally bipartisan, but recently we have seen the political spotlight turned our way.