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Young leaders in developing countries committed to farming as a science and a business


Food security in developing countries through improved agriculture production and value chains


Globally minded American agriculture professionals with experience living abroad


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Victories in Korm

February 7th, 2016, AgriCorps

If you’re from a small town, you know what it’s like when something BIG happens in your community. I remember when I was in 6th grade and the Pendleton County boys’ basketball team won Regionals and went to state. The whole town was celebrating! There was a parade, a coloring book made with pictures of […]

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Equity vs. Equality

February 1st, 2016, AgriCorps

Writing about gender is hard. Growing up, I was exposed to successful females of almost every occupation. Very few people ever told me “You can’t do that because you’re a girl.” If someone did say those things, I usually just did it anyway. I was allowed to develop my own sense of empowerment and independence. […]

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Ghana Girl

January 25th, 2016, AgriCorps

After an incredible Christmas break with my friends, family, and Taco Bell, I am back in Ghana. My school looks the same as I left it. My classroom looks the same as I left it. But my entrance into the class for the new term was different.  In Ghana, the term “I have missed you” […]

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