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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, a 30-day celebration of Hispanic and Latino cultures and their contributions to America. Nowhere is this contribution more important than in agriculture, where an increasing number of Hispanic and Latino principle operators are growing the crops to feed the nation. Read More


September 2014 Preview: Hispanic Heritage Month, Harvest and More State Fairs

September brings shorter days with a special crispness in the air, along with the harvest of a variety of delicious summer crops. Many of us will also enjoy the start of football season and all the tailgate and halftime treats that come with the game and come from the efforts of America’s farmers and ranchers. Here’s what else we have to look forward to this month. Read More


Growing Agriculture in the Big City

From backyard chickens to rooftop gardens, city dwellers across the country are bringing food production closer to home in large population centers that have been divorced from the farm for generations. This grassroots urban agriculture movement meets economic, food supply and social needs, in some cases helping eliminate food deserts where residents find it difficult to access fresh foods. Read More


From the Field: Women Making Waves

Farm Credit’s National Contributions Program supports a diverse group of industry organizations, which sometimes find ways to collaborate to further support the industry. National Farmers Union and Annie’s Project did just that earlier this year at the Women’s Conference in Clearwater, Florida. Read More


One Woman’s Story: Carrying on in the Face of Adversity

Gloria Ann Conant spent the early years of her married life as a farmwife, from her marriage in 1947 to the untimely and unexpected death of her husband in 1969. With the fortitude and determination that abounds in American agriculture, she then took over running their Vermont dairy that had been in the Conant family since 1854, at a time when women were not expected or encouraged to assume leadership roles in agriculture. Read More

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