For International Women’s Day: On Being a Woman in Agriculture thumbnail

I'm never quite sure what to say when people ask me what it's like to be a woman in agriculture. It's a lot of things; which, I imagine, is akin to being a man in agriculture. It's all at once easy, difficult, tiring, exhilarating, thankless, rewarding, frustrating, motivating and... overall, kind of awesome. Sometimes it's [...]

One Year Later + FashionABLE Celebrates Three!

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Just over a year ago, when I stepped onto African soil for the first time, I didn't know what to expect. What followed were ten days that still rank among the best in my life; not necessarily for what happened there, but for what has happened since. Shortly after we returned from Ethiopia we received [...]

When Worlds Collide

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Meet Mihret. One day last week this adorable little girl's mom called me about buying feeder pigs. At the time, neither of us knew we had a reason to discuss Mihret. She'd seen an ad for the pigs, one not tied to our website, and I don't make it a habit to screen potential pig [...]

On Joy, Hunger & A Little Orange Super Hero

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When I went in search of pictures for this post it'd been at least a month since the last time I'd so much as scrolled through the folders containing the images I captured in Ethiopia. I'd forgotten how much joy there was to be had there, how much the pictures bring me now. You'd never [...]

In It To End It: World Aids Day 12

For the next couple of weeks ONE is running a video campaign in honor of World Aids Day (which is officially today, December 1.) I've stepped outside of my comfort zone and made a quick video explaining why, though the fight against AIDs was not a particularly moving issue for me in the past, it [...]