Arizona’s Center for Rural Leadership, Project CENTRL, is now accepting applications for Class 29.
For this newly established recognition, Arizona agriculture has a great group of women to pull from.
A strong majority of farmers and farmworkers say financial issues, farm or business problems and fear of losing the farm impact farmers’ mental health, according to a new national Morning Consult research poll.
AZFB's Women’s Leadership Chair, Sine Kerr, was recognized along with other women leaders as graduates of the eleventh annual Women’s Communications Boot Camp.
One hundred agricultural producers gathered recently to learn, network and have some fun at the 17th annual Women in Agriculture Conference. This year’s theme, “Leaders: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” led participants through an evening and full day of information on how to lead while promoting agriculture.