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Thought of the Week

“Living in this rural community, I am surrounded by agriculture. I’m so thankful that I understand where my food comes from and how agriculture works. I’m very fortunate.” -Maya Wahl, FFA Wheat Ambassador Advertisements

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Leadership Idaho Agriculture – Boise Session

The final session of Leadership Idaho Agriculture took place last week in Idaho’s capitol, Boise. While the other sessions took place Monday-Thursday, this session was a full week, and packed full of activities. The Boise session is heavily focused on … Continue reading

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The Looming Labor Shortage in Agriculture

The following speech was written by Aaron Johnson, an Agribusiness professor at the University of Idaho. He gave the speech to our Leadership Idaho Agriculture class in Pocatello in December 2013. It is an excellent speech voicing his concerns over … Continue reading

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Leadership Idaho Agriculture – Pocatello Session

The month between our first session of Leadership Idaho Agriculture in Moscow in November and our second session earlier this month in Pocatello flew by! My class, Class 34, gathered again the 9th-12th of this month at the Red Lion … Continue reading

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Leadership Idaho Agriculture

I am excited to tell you all about the wonderful opportunity I have to participate as a member of Class 34 of Leadership Idaho Agriculture. The first session, in Moscow, ID, starts Monday, November 4th and will run through Thursday. … Continue reading

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