Future Farmers of America – Making a Comeback in Nebraska School – DTN Jun 19, 2018

    🕔Jun 19, 2018
    There’s no reason to be blue about FFA. In fact, it appears the national student organization, along with its iconic blue corduroy jacket, is making a comeback. The nation’s largest […]

    Georgia: CAES Launches New Ag Grad Program – Data Analysis Revolution Jun 18, 2018

    🕔Jun 18, 2018
    From remote moisture sensors that produce a real-time feed of soil conditions to drones that use optical data to spot plant disease, the next green revolution will be fueled by […]

    Texas: STEM Teachers Tour AgriLife Research Farm Jun 18, 2018

    🕔Jun 18, 2018
    Texas A&M AgriLife Research hosted a group of about 20 science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, teachers from Region 16 schools recently at the research farm near Bushland. “We […]

    Precision Ag: Community Colleges Becoming More Critical In Tech Training Apr 7, 2016

    🕔Apr 7, 2016
    According to the 2015 Precision Ag Dealership Survey, 35% of dealerships currently employ someone dedicated to precision agriculture and another 57% plan to hire one within the next year. However, […]

    Diversifying the Ag Workforce: Developing College-Educated Workers – DTN Jan 18, 2016

    🕔Jan 18, 2016
    Major agricultural businesses are looking at a more diverse U.S. population and trying to find ways to make agriculture become more diverse as well. Keeping up with U.S. population trends […]

    Demand for Ag Grads on Rise Across U.S., Says USDA Dec 30, 2015

    🕔Dec 30, 2015
    Many parents and children today worry about both what college costs and whether after spending all that money they will be able to get a good job. In general, college […]

    UGA, Italy Develop Dual Ag Graduate Degree Program Nov 4, 2015

    🕔Nov 4, 2015
    The world will have many more mouths to feed in the next few decades – projected to be more than 9 billion by 2050 – but the amount of arable […]

    College Grads: Expect Almost 60,000 Jobs in Agriculture, Environment, Natural Resources Nov 3, 2015

    🕔Nov 3, 2015
    During the next five years, U.S. college graduates will find good employment opportunities if they have expertise in food, agriculture, renewable natural resources, or the environment. Between 2015 and 2020, […]

    New Website Offers Free Online Irrigation Courses Oct 1, 2015

    🕔Oct 1, 2015
    Choosing the right irrigation solution is essential to maximizing farm revenue, but it can be difficult to find reliable ag irrigation information. Now, growers can get on-demand irrigation information at […]

    USDA Commits $2.5M to Expand New Farmer Education Sep 22, 2015

    Members of the 27th Master Marketer training will be graduating in Amarillo on March 3. The Master Marketer program is celebrating its 20th anniversary. (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service photo by Kay Ledbetter)
    🕔Sep 22, 2015
    Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden today announced that $2.5 million in grants is now available for projects to educate new and underserved farmers about more than 20 U.S. Department of […]


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