How to whip out your smartphone, prop it up and get chatting about ag
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Women in ag
The old saying “Producers are made, not born” describes Natacha Lagarde to a tee.
Chelsea Boonstra’s enthusiasm for being an agvocate can best be summed up with one word – inspiring.
“Community is very important to me and since agriculture is my community I believe in speaking up for it.”
It is easy to understand why Amanda Brodhagen jokes that she wears many different hats.
Meet Pattie, proud agvocate
Young farmers from across Canada are optimistic for the future.
Meet Pamela, proud agvocate and Marketing Director.
A passion for communication that serves agriculture.
How to be an agvocate – and do it well. Jen recommends you join the positive conversation about agriculture.
Meet Natacha, proud agvocate and co-founder of Agrimom.
School teacher dedicates her skills and passion to ag education work.