We’re recognizing the accomplishments of some of the farm community’s leading ladies in our “You Go, Girl” series. In doing so, we salute women everywhere who have built management or leadership roles within agriculture.
We’d also like to tip our hat to the next generation — those young women who we’ll be writing about in 15 years as farm leaders — but we need your help.
During our final week of the “You Go, Girl” series, we will be spotlighting eight young women, age 18-30, who are already blazing trails in agriculture.
If you know someone who should be on that list, send us a name, her contact information, and a brief description or reason why you think she should be included. The more you can tell us about this individual’s accomplishments, the better.
All names must be submitted by March 30 for possible consideration. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to the newsroom at P.O. Box 38, Salem, OH 44460.
More women in ag stories:
- Ones to watch: Young women in agriculture April 23, 2015
- At the helm of Ohio Cattlemen’s, Elizabeth Harsh works to ‘be fearless daily’ April 23, 2015
- Farm or nonfarm worlds: Extension dairy specialists know both sides April 16, 2015
- Ohio State researcher committed to the science of animal health April 9, 2015
- Donniella Winchell puts Ohio wine on the world stage April 2, 2015
- Breaking the ‘grass’ ceiling: East Ohio Women in Agriculture Conference draws 135 March 30, 2015
- Annie Warmke: Back to the Earthship March 26, 2015
- Leah Miller helps farmers, communities get things done March 19, 2015
- Judy Ligo: ‘I had to prove I knew what I was doing’ March 12, 2015
- Pitching farm life: Brenda Hastings takes dairy industry in an all new direction March 5, 2015
- It’s OK to ‘farm like a girl’ March 5, 2015
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