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Agriculture

Presentation made by the National 4-H Conference Roundtable
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Caitlyn Brunner

on 19 August 2013

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Transcript of Agriculture

Agriculture,
What's in it for you?
Presented by
The 4-H National Conference Agriculture Development Group
IF THERE WAS A PILL
What is Agriculture today?
Traditional
Urban
Organic &
Sustainable
Backyard Garden
Greenhouse
Garden in Chicago Airport
New York City Highline
Estate Tax
Agricultural
Policy Proposal
Questions
Grants for Diversification
Provide Equality between small and large farmers
Level the playing fields
1st Generation & Young Farmer Credit
Consumer Choice
95% of Consumers are Food Buyers
4% of Consumers are Life Style Buyers
Organic agriculture is gaining popularity at increasing rates
Every 18 seconds, 1 acre is lost to urban development
Creating new horizon in agriculture
Allowing for new business opportunity in rural enterprise
National 4-H Conference
USDA/NIFA
Division of Youth & the 4-H

April 9, 2013
Josh's Heritage Farm Animals in Kentucky
97% Family Owned
Erin's South Dakota Farm
Taylor's Livestock shows in Arkansas
Our leader's
Alabama Farm
Thank you for your time
We appreciate the opportunity to come speak to you
Farmers Markets
Provide opportunities beyond the local level
Allow for easier accessibility
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