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With a solid business plan, hard work and enthusiasm, agritourism can be an option to stay on a farm and create added income, all while providing others a connection to agriculture.
"I respect differences and diversity. I celebrate modern agriculture, close to home and those farming far from the fields I know."
Katie Pinke's ag advocacy approach changed over the past years when she observed more divisive voices in agriculture pitting one form of agriculture against another, rather than building up unifying voices.
"I left the state FBLA conference reminded of the importance of showing gratitude, even when your words don’t come out as planned."

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Darren Deile runs Stan's Supermarket, a small grocery store in rural North Dakota with an outsized reputation for the sausage that it ships across the continental U.S.
At a recent conference, Katie Pinke rediscovered the importance of networking and connection in growing as a person and professional.
Our shared experiences in rural America, no matter when or how you arrived, connect us. Our ability to work hard, together, build communities with opportunities.
Vawnita Best of Watford City, North Dakota, has struggled with depression and spent time in emergency and in-patient care to find wellness upon returning to her cattle and horse ranch.
In addition to farming and making value-added products, Farver Farms has added a subscription program for people who want to see content from the Montana farm that's in the "middle of nowhere."
Choose to be home, wherever that might be. And if you need a new sense of home, go find it, even in the dead of winter.

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At the root of rural America, at the core of modern agriculture and across both red and blue states, you’ll find faith-filled farmers and ranchers. Farmers harness the power of community, supporting one another in turbulent and joyous times.
Choose to fill at least a few empty spaces on your calendar with the golden joys of the season.
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