Category : Community News

As families nationwide are packing their gear and heading out by car, plane and boat, recent data suggests that this summer travel season could be substantially busier than in years past.   1. Think outside of the (computer) box   Consider conducting travel research offline. The Internet has been a boon for travelers, but sometimes. Read More »

You’ve heard us talk about it and seen us promoting it, but yes…THE DEADLINE IS APPROACHING!  All video submissions must be received by this Friday, March 22nd.  If you haven’t started yet and would like to participate, it is not too late – just grab your video camera, digital camera, or phone and tell us. Read More »

St. Patrick’s Day is often a day of avoiding pinches by wearing the color green and trying out your Irish luck.  And it’s definitely true that luck comes in a variety of shapes and sizes – a heads up penny, a winning lottery ticket, a 4 leaf clover, hitting every green light on the way. Read More »

This blog was posted by Kathleen Merrigan, Deputy Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture.   Today, March 8th, is International Women’s Day. What better day to recognize the incredible achievements of women in agriculture?   Women have always played a key role on the farm or ranch. Traditionally, women often kept the books. Read More »

And the title says it all…WE LOVE FARMERS!  And you want to know why?  They are really incredible, service-oriented people who spend their entire lives working for human kind – as food producers.  Without farmers, we would be hungry, unclothed, without shelter, and much more.  On a day like Valentine’s Day when you are celebrating. Read More »

Are you looking for a new career? The job markets are tough and many folks can’t seem to find the job of their dreams, but in a booming industry like agriculture, we see hope and growth.  And with that being said, we’re happy to announce that we are doing well in 2013 and WE’RE HIRING!. Read More »

The end of January is approaching quickly and the first month of 2013 will be history.  Are you looking for something to do within the agriculture community before the love-struck month of February begins?  Our events calendar stays up to date with exciting events going on within the Mid-Atlantic region including tradeshows, fairs and meetings.  . Read More »

Can you believe it is already 2013??   Ringing in the new year is a celebrated tradition all over the world.  Whether it be a get together at your home, a fancy dinner out, or a round of “cheers” at the local watering hole…there is no denying that counting down from 10 to shout “HAPPY. Read More »

“The art of acceptance is the art of making someone who has just done you a small favor wish that he might have done you a greater one.” -Martin Luther King, Jr. –     Giving and receiving are age old customs.  They are reciprocal acts, offering us the opportunity to be generous when giving. Read More »

It’s a commonly asked question – but really, what is leadership?  Is it being a boss or manager? Is it helping a friend with a problem? Is it “taking one for the team?” The answer is…yes, yes, and yes!   Leadership comes in many different forms and there is no right or wrong way to. Read More »