I was born and raised in the southern Willamette Valley on a grass seed farm. I am the 5th generation farming on our century farm. I am a proud Washington State University alum, Go Cougs! I am the past president of Oregon Women for Agriculture and an AgChat Foundation board member.
I come from a tradition of AgVocates dating back to my great-grandmother who helped to found Oregon Women for Agriculture. As a second grader my Dad took me to the Capitol to listen to field burning legislative hearings. It is safe to say AgVocacy is more than just a passion, it is imbedded in our life.
OregonGreen allows me to share my story, information and facts about today’s farms & forests.
Here are some examples of what you’ll find on OregonGreen:
- Legacy of AgVocacy
- Women in “Big Ag”
- Grass Seed Harvest
- The Huntresses
- Eat What You Want & Don’t Insult My Family