Through May 31, 2017, The Thomas Reuters Foundation and Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition are calling all journalists, bloggers, freelancers, and individuals covering a variety of food issues to enter for a chance to win €10,000 (US$10,743), an all-expenses paid media training program and access to an audience one billion strong. Click here to … Read More
Month: March 2017
Day Tripping with a Pro
By Mary Allen, Agricultural Communications & Ag Business student, California Polytechnic State University Enamored with a strong passion for agriculture photography I didn’t hesitate when afforded the opportunity to seek out and chat with AAEA Master Photographer Harlen Persinger during the past two Ag Media Summit summer meetings in Scottsdale and St. Louis. He was … Read More
New Markets and New Opportunities for Cuba and the U.S.
By Karen Edwards, KCE Public Affairs Associates Food price inflation and agricultural productivity permeate lives in Cuba, just as the aromas from their famous cigars reach everyone in a crowded room. Food security challenges influence national policy decisions as well as kitchen table economics. The island nation’s trade balance is weighed down by importing … Read More
It’s All About Awards Season
By Larry Dreiling, AAEA Legacy Chair While so many of us are preparing our stories and images for the AAEA Design, MarComm, Photography, and Writing awards, the AAEA Legacy Committee is looking to all members to nominate their heroes for the AAEA Distinguished Service and Lifetime Achievement Awards. Through the AAEA Distinguished Service Award, … Read More