Chris Mannes once said that agriculture is a dream worth casting. In this last installment of #WomenInAg podcast, listen to a robust discussion from women in ag about the opportunities in this amazing industry.
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What would you tell women who are toying with the idea of getting into Ag? “If you’re thinking about getting into [farming], you must have a connection to it and you must have some sort of a love for it whether from growing up in it, or caring about food or caring about your community. There are resources out there if you start digging.” – Marji Alaniz (FarmHer.com)
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Sarah is a nurse who fell in love with and married a farmer. They’re raising their fifth generation farm boys Braden and Ethan on the beautiful Alberta prairies where they also raise 6,000 acres of wheat, canola and yellow peas on the family farm. Sarah is passionate about photography, cooking & baking and then writing about it all on her blog Nurse Loves Farmer. She also loves to share her passion for agriculture by sharing what she learns with her blog readers and the social media world.
Ginelle has been a Territory Manager for CANTERRA SEEDS for three years. She also farms with her Dad on a 9,200 ac farm west of Saskatoon, near Borden, SK and is one of the founders of Women In Ag SK. When she’s not running a RED piece of equipment or travelling her territory, she can be found at the gym, reading a book or promoting Women in Agriculture any way she knows how.
President and Founder of FarmHer, Marji is a lifetime Iowan and lover of photography. That love, combined with Graphic Design, Journalism and Photography degrees from Grand View University, an MBA from Drake University and an 11-year career in corporate agriculture led her to launch FarmHer in the spring of 2013. Through FarmHer she has a goal of updating the image of agriculture by showing the female side of farming and building a community of women in agriculture. Her work for FarmHer has been featuring in an expanse of publications ranging from Smithsonian Magazine and Fast Company to Modern Farmer and Successful Farming