FarmerJawn operates 4,000 square feet of greenhouse space on five acres of land. This land will support nano farms to grow produce for a corner store.
Articles by Irene Lewis
As part of the MANRRS Agriculture Policy Summit, 23 students traveled to Washington, D.C., to attend the NASDA Winter Policy Conference.
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Former National FFA Vice President DeShawn Blanding is a friend who has inspired me more than anyone through his leadership, charisma, and wisdom.
There is no doubt that the cannabis industry is lucrative for producers, but enormous injustices loom over communities of color.
Gissel Neri Corcoles’ story teaches us that agriculture can mean so many things to the people around us, especially as so many have sacrificed before us.
I am hopeful about the future of American agriculture, but it is not until we face the realities of oppression that we can truly begin to heal the divide.
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.