#farm #atozchallenge #womeninag
#farm #atozchallenge #womeninag
#AtoZchallenge #agriculture #food #farm
There is just so many awesome things about it that it was clear that it had to be the Z in my 2014 A to Z. Of course, it is going up just days before I start the April challenge.... This year is going to be awesome and much more timely!
Read it here: http://janiceperson.com/travel/st-louis-a-to-z-saint-louis-zoo/
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Social media is a great way to meet awesome people, but in getting online, you have to realize you are opening yourself up for criticism, possibly hate. So what should you know? What can be done proactively? What should you consider as you react?
1. What brings haters out?
2. Getting out in front of haters
3. Be goal driven
4. Tips on reacting to haters
*Pin it for later: * https://www.pinterest.com/pin/289145238552425783/
#socialmedia #socialmediatips #blogging #bloggingtips #blogchat #SXSW #SXSW2015
Well, that is what I will be blogging about the entire month of April! I have signed back up for the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge and will feature a letter of the envelope daily with the exception of Sundays. This post outlines what is going on. You will have a variety of information on a diverse range of farms:
- What crops they produce
- What makes them unique
- Social media links
Read it now: http://janiceperson.com/agriculture/farms-farmers-farm-blogs-a-to-z/
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#farm #agchat #agriculture
What are some of the things that make St. Louis unique? What do locals point to as stand outs? That's what this series is working through. For the letter W a few things stand out
- Washington University in St. Louis (the nation's #14 leading college)
- the 1904 World's Fair
- West Port Plaza entertainment district
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- Monsantoonline outreach in agriculture, 2007 - present
Thanks for stopping by and wondering what I am about. My passions are photography, travel and agriculture -- love spending time taking pictures on a farm far from home. Putting all those things together its understandable that differences in culture are intriguing to me…. I can spend a lot of time soaking up things. Its almost always a colorful adventure!
- Photography — My first “real” job that gave me a regular paycheck was a way to get my first SLR (a Pentax 1000). I carried that camera everywhere shooting things that were everyday objects or new sights. I take photos daily with a Canon 40D, a point & shoot or my Blackberry. I rarely open photo software.
- Travel — I got the travel bug early in life…. probably from the first trip I remember making with my family. Camping in the Smoky Mountains, a trip to DisneyWorld and visiting Miami! A trip like that opens eyes and I’ve been looking for ways to get that feeling again & again ever since! I've had the chance to go a lot of places people dream of. I'm blessed.
- Agriculture — I’m a city girl. Born and raised. From generations of city folks (Memphis, TN). Interesting since I have such a passion for agriculture. Luckily I didn’t need to let go of any of my passions for the city! But I added farming while doing an internship with a family friend during college. He gave me a chance to meet my first cotton farmer and I realized I wanted to work with folks I really liked being around! Cotton communications became the major thrust of my career & the crop a major passion.I now work for Monsanto Company on their public affairs team.
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