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As 2014 wraps up, we’d like to share some remarkable blogs that we followed this year and hope you find them interesting as well.
A Colorful Adventure Janice’s blog featuring enticing photography depicts her passion for adventure and interactions with farmers around the world.
Agricultural Entrepreneurship An informative blog for agriculture entrepreneurs including topics such as marketing, economics and the latest news in the agriculture industry.
Agriculture Proud Ryan’s blog is dedicated to sharing stories about people involved with all aspects of agriculture and encourages others to share their stories.
Biofortified This blog reflects a combination of voices about “stronger plants, stronger science and stronger communications.” Graduate students and professors share information with particular focus on plant genetics and biotechnology.
CommonGround A blog focusing on conversations between women who grow food, and the women who buy it. It’s a based on their personal experience as farmers, as well as science and research.
Impatient Optimists A blog by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with numerous contributors provides expertise on the topics of health, poverty, education and philanthropy as well as the use of digital media for social good.
The Social Silo This interesting blog seeks to foster communication between farmers and nonfarmers, to share their perspectives, “to make us all think and grow a little.”
The Next Generation: Farm Safety and Health This blog is a partnership between The Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, University of Missouri, and Farm Safety 4 Just Kids and aims to provide farmers with a platform for sharing their opinions on farm safety and health.
Think Forward Blog Written by the staff of the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy the blog covers sustainability as it relates to food security, rural development, international trade, the environment and public health.
USDA Blog Focuses on food, agriculture, natural resources, and related issues, daily post highlight innovation and strategies to build thriving economies in rural communities.
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