March 19, 2021 By Katie Navarra, AAEA Podcast Host It’s been a year since most of us have had a chance to gather for a group event. Uncertainty still remains if, and how, in-person meetings will take place. In this episode of the Ag Communicators Network Podcast, expert Event Planner Tina Bowling shares how her … Read More
Month: March 2021
SOJOURN: A Life in Photography
AAEA Member Thomas Dodge chronicles his prolific photojournalism career in new book By Thomas Dodge, AAEA Member, Photojournalist and Author Early March 2020 was the last time we had Friday night openings at our Santa Fe galleries. Within the week, everything in this tourist town was shut down—hotels, restaurants, museums, galleries. Most people hunkered down … Read More
How to Cultivate New Sources
Writers have had great success adapting during the pandemic era By Bill Spiegel, AAEA Member, Crops Editor, Successful Farming Time was, attending field days, farm tours, industry events and press conferences were where members of the Ag Communicator’s Network cultivated new sources. Thanks to COVID-19, in-person events led to webinars and Zoom meetings – still … Read More
Our Past in Pictures
A Travel Back in Time: Republic of Georgia, 2017 AAEA Member Steve Werblow shared his journey alongside several herders moving a caravan of ancient Georgian sheep, horses, donkeys and cattle, across the rugged terrain in the Republic of Georgia. Werblow’s image won First-Place in the Nuts and Bolts: Livestock Photo Category in the 2018 AAEA Communication Awards. See More>> about his adventure….
Listen and Learn
Seven networking tips you’ll want to know about working in the ag communications industry By Ann Hess, AAEA Member, SDSU Extension Office When I graduated from South Dakota State University 17 years ago, I don’t think I ever imagined I would find myself employed here, let alone working out of Berg Agricultural Hall. A small-town … Read More
Meet Jessie Bland!
Jessie recently became the new co-chairperson of AAEA’s Membership Committee What is your name, where are you employed, how long have you worked there and what it your title? What type of projects do you handle? My name is Jessie Bland. I have been with the Georgia Peanut Commission for eight years. I currently serve … Read More