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Top 10 Agriculture & Farming Magazines on Twitter

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This week we take a look at the top agricultural and farming magazines that are on Twitter. Using agriculture pic.twitter.com/E1jMPFAxar. Featured Top Lists agriculture & farming Magazines TwitterOctober is here and that means apples and pumpkins and other in-season fall delights! If If you’re doing it right with hay-rides, corn mazes, jack-o-lanterns, or Punkin Chunkin it will probably come with a visit to a farm. Using Cision’s database, we have compiled the list below based on Cision’s proprietary research. All numbers were pulled October 7, 2015. 1.  link].

Israeli Startups Join Axis Innovation at NYSE

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They have developed a field-proven Saas agronomic platform that mitigates agricultural risks and improves farmer profits while giving corporations, governments and FIs ways to track and benchmark remote growers. Axis is an advisory firm that connects investors and corporations with tech startups. The company is based in Tel Aviv, and also operates in NYC. Datomia. Eco-Fusion. Fringefy.

Work on what matters: the start of my social sabbatical

Frederik Vincx

Education, healthcare, agriculture, integration, The jobs that impact everyone around us. I’m looking for a vocation. Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s time for a reset. To start over and reconnect with the things that really matter to me and to the people around me. It’s been ten years since I graduated. feel like my skills can be used better. social sabbatical. mission. Principles.

55 Communications and Public Relations Jobs Available Now

Media Bullseye

Communications Associate with Global Agriculture and Food Security Program , World Bank, Washington, DC – apply by Nov. 7. Looking for a new career opportunity? Check out these public relations jobs that have come across our desk recently. Have one you’d like to see listed? Just email mediabullseye@customscoop.com. Academia/Government. Associations / Foundations / Institutes / Nonprofits.

FIR Podcast #62: A Real Episode About Fake News

Holtz Communication + Technology

Liz Scherer is a digital communications strategist specializing in health & wellness, nonprofits, regulated industry and agriculture. Cross-posted from the FIR Podcast Network. First-time panelist Liz Scherer joined Howard Greenstein and David Spark for a deep dive into fake news. Post-truth” was the Oxford Dictionaries’ word of the year. One of the finalists was “alt-right.”)

#FollowFriday: Arnt Eriksen

Spin Sucks

We also discussed the industry in Norway (oil), how small the country is (five million people), agriculture (subsidized by the government), how everyone speaks English (they begin learning it in fourth grade), and where they are with social media (about three years behind us). I spent most of this week in Oslo, Norway, preparing for, and speaking at, re:think. They’re going to do it.

Entrepreneurial Lessons Even if You’re Not Starting a Business

Spin Sucks

For the first 13 years of my career, I worked in food and agriculture communications. A couple of weeks ago, PR Daily asked me to share my employee to entrepreneur story. thought you’d enjoy it as well. loved working on that business. We were given creative freedom and, the year the 100% Juices came out, we created a campaign called the Art of the Ocean Spray Harvest. And Then.

The Washington Post Sale

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She and her mother put together an outstanding panel of experts, including Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, to discuss agriculture in the context of a burgeoning global population. It is almost unimaginable that the Graham family will no longer be in charge of the venerable newspaper in our nation’s capital. For any owner of a family business, it is a sad day.

Examining the (weird) science of communication presentations

PR Conversations

Karin Schmid is a beef production specialist with Alberta Beef Producers, has a master’s degree in agriculture and is a real farmer. At Genome Alberta, we do a lot of agriculture-related genetics research, meaning I’ve seen Schmid talk about animal welfare issues and environmental stewardship to farmers and academics alike. By Mike Spear. Demographics under the microscope.

Pitching a Veteran Environmental Reporter: Tips from Jonathan H. Harsch

Cision

Harsch is a seasoned journalist who has specialized in agriculture, energy, environmental issues and politics for nearly half a century. Department of Agriculture, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Research Council, Rodale Press, Winrock International, Profiles magazine, and The World and I magazine. While I keep track of agricultural issues, my primary focus now is on energy, climate change, bioenergy, rural energy, and renewable energy including biofuels, wind, solar, hydro, marine, and nuclear. Jonathan H. Meeman Award for Outstanding Conservation Reporting.

A Geo-Political Davos

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The Indian Agriculture Minister blistered U.S. agricultural subsidies, claiming that 25,000 cotton farmers get $3 billion in support payments: “The U.S. The Malaysian trade minister said that the country is trying to move up the value chain in agriculture, with hydroponics and other uses of technology to become a globally competitive exporter. It was simply stunning. priority.

5 Newsworthy Content Ideas for the 2016 Election Season

Beyond PR

Hand in hand with monetary policy are key platform items focused on energy independence, agriculture and clean energy jobs in coal, oil and natural gas. When the U.S. presidential election comes around this November, every voter will have a decision to make. However, it can be challenging to navigate the topics making headlines. The Economy. Energy and Environment. Social Advocacy.

Engaging reporters on Twitter: Why it’s an over-hyped “best practice”

Communications Conversations

As for now, I am in very narrow niches: architecture and building media for one client and agriculture for the other. I’ve pitched a little on the architecture side without success, but in those cases, it was to editors I don’t know. For years, we’ve heard the mantra: Engage reporters on Twitter. Build relationships on social media. Except, maybe it hasn’t.

Tips for using Facebook Live from Monsanto’s team

PR Daily

Part of our agricultural company’s editorial calendar is telling the story of our products—seeds—and the farmers who use them. Throughout 2016, we have visited farms, events and our campus beehives to experiment with Facebook Live and to tell the story of agriculture and how it’s connected to our lives. As an agriculture company, we’re trying to help make better connections.

The Chrysler Tweet: The Take from An Agency Owner

Spin Sucks

But that campaign deemed my promotion and began my “from the farm to the fork&# career. I was added to the Bayer Agriculture account to work on horticulture, having oh so much experience through my potato farmer work. When I was 23, I was a freshly promoted account executive. I had just led a very successful campaign for potato farmers across the country. She was right. never have.

Emerging PR Crisis

Online PR Thoughts

Part of the problem is that urbanites and suburbanites do not understand the agriculture or the technology behind ethanol production. The ethanol industry in the US is living in an emerging crisis, and it needs to ask hard questions about itself in order to survive an onslaught of negative publicity. It is hard to remember that a few years ago, ethanol produced primarily from corn was considered a vital part of energy independence. Critics of ethanol, who were always there, are now getting a hearing from people worried about food prices and security.

Green Marketing: Drive a Sustainable Business

Spin Sucks

The Sustainable Living Plan from Unilever Launched in 2010, the 10 year Unilever Sustainable Living Plan had three main goals: Help a billion people improve their health and well-being; Source 100 percent of agricultural raw materials sustainably; and Half the environmental footprint of its products. Luckily we have a lot of great examples to help lead the way.

Evolving Humanitarian Aid

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But consumer products and financial services companies can be vital partners to civil society in sourcing of agricultural supplies, access to credit through mobile devices and offering employment opportunities in fragile states. Founded in 1933 by Albert Einstein when he fled Nazi tyranny in his homeland to live in the U.S., cities. Most of our work has been with environmental groups.

Water Security Influencers and Climate Change

Onalytica

Stay tuned for our next installment in this series as we examine how Water Security Influencers discussed Agriculture as it relates to water security. At Onalytica we identified the key climate change influencers when we produced the Climate Change: Top 100 Influencers and Brands report in December 2015. KEY INSIGHTS. Who is talking about climate change? Saleemul Huq, Robert D.

Getting Physical Education and Activity Back Into the Curriculum

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Department of Agriculture and U.S. Did you  know  that only 4 percent of elementary schools, 8 percent of middle schools and 3 percent of high schools offer daily physical education? Only 20 percent of schools require daily recess. On any given day, 71 percent of American school kids do not get the recommended physical activity. One in three children and adolescents is overweight or obese.

10 pieces of sage advice for public speaking success

PR Daily

Unlike chess games that can go on for days, or agriculture, measured in seasons, speeches are planned and timed to the minute. From time to time it's important to take a step back to put public speaking into perspective. take it seriously, and I am passionate about it, but it's important to recognize that public speaking is one human activity out of many. presentation is a brief phenomenon.

Announcing the finalists for the 2014 Social Media Awards

PR Daily

for Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, Twitter Lead-Generation. We asked to see your best social media skills: contests/games, hash tags, videos, Facebook and more. Entries came in from across the globe, flooding each category with impressive, creative examples of social media at its finest. We saw your talent. Our judges chose the best. Best Announcement/News Release. for U.S.

Smart Wine, Driverless Race Cars, Rhode Island’s Marketing Flop and the Truth About Blackberry | Non-Obvious Insights #9

The Influential Marketing Blog

Read the full story on Brand Channel >> Bavarian Smart Wine and The Future Of Agriculture. Some weeks have more happening than others and this week’s list of the most under appreciated marketing stories was tough to curate. Enjoy! Want these insights before anyone else? Click here to subscribe >> The Unreliability Of The Internet Of Things. Put customers second?

DuPont, Dow announce merger in jargon-laden press release

PR Daily

The tax-free separation would create a trio of businesses segmented into agriculture, material science and specialty products. Chemical giants Dow and DuPont are about to come even more powerful. On Friday, the two companies announced that they’re joining forces, with plans to split into three separate, publicly traded companies within 24 months. Andrew N.

Chief separates from American Egg Board three months early

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agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack. The largest U.S. egg lobbyist group has yet to respond to allegations that it launched a hefty campaign against the San Francisco startup Hampton Creek. That’s according to a letter from Utah Sen. Mike Lee to U.S. AMS will not comment on personnel matters involving the board. RELATED : 10 steps to quashing crises in their tracks.]. Image via

Blue Bell, Sabra offer info on recalls

PR Daily

In its press release announcement , Sabra offered this explanation: The potential for contamination was discovered when a routine, random sample collected at a retail location on March 30 th , 2015 by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes. plant to thoroughly inspect the facility due to a 3 oz. On April 7, 2015, the U.S.

Feeding The Hungry

Online PR Thoughts

To feed them will take a revolution in agriculture. Progress in agriculture is slow and timed to growing cycles. The world population is growing towards 11 billion people. But, progress in developing new methods of growing crops has lagged. It seems that world governments have other priorities at the moment. Not only that, but crop developers like Monsanto are under pressure from activists who disdain genetically modified organisms. Yet these are the seeds we need if the world is to nourish its people in just 85 years. It steers itself. We know it works when they get them.

Brand managers set sights on Cuba after Obama’s keynote address

PR Daily

For some, however, the president’s address publicly green-lighted plans to expand. “We’ve begun initiatives to cooperate on health and agriculture; education and law enforcement,” Obama stated in his address Tuesday. “We’ve reached agreements to restore direct flights and mail service. Although Cuba’s relationship with the U.S. The address officially opened the floodgates for brands.

False Perception

Online PR Thoughts

There has been a rise in pick-it-yourself farms and these have given a false perception of what it is to work in agriculture. Real farm work can be brutal and exhausting. There is no easy way to pick strawberries, for example, other than backbending labor that makes standing up agonizing. The pick-it-yourself farms minimize the work and maximize the experience with a false sense of PR. This is an issue close to me. As a teenager, I worked on farms as a summer job. There was no romance to it. It was hot, dirty and painful. wouldn't have done it had there been other jobs available.

Inside the Mind of a Daily Newspaper Business Editor: Q&A With Thom Kupper of the Star Tribune

MaccaPR

If you’re a corporate communications or public relations executive in Minnesota, the status of our state’s largest newspaper – the Minneapolis-based Star Tribune , with more than 250 editors and reporters – is always of intense interest. Beyond its average weekly readership of 1.34 million, the Star Tribune now has an online reach that includes 7.3 Think again. Can you tell me about that?

Trusted Original Content?

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The Post organized a symposium for opinion formers in Washington last summer, titled: “Future of Food: Food Security in the 21 st  Century,” including speakers such as Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, FEED Project CEO and co-founder, Lauren Bush and Land O’Lakes CEO Chris Policinski. Jed Hartman, group publisher of Time, Inc. David Plotz, editor of Slate, moderating a panel. globally).

GMO vs. Organic Food: Top 100 Influencers and Brands

Onalytica

Good agricultural technology can be organic or GMO. Our GMO stands for “genetically modified organism” and uses biotechnology to alter plant DNA, making certain crops resistant to pesticides and other chemicals so that farmers can more easily protect their crops from diseases and pests. Scientists make GMOs by taking the plant, and adding DNA from bacteria, virus or another plant to it.

Beech-Nut cites ‘abundance of caution’ in recall

PR Daily

Department of Agriculture site. Another week, another food recall. This time around, it’s not about listeria contamination , however. Beech-Nut is recalling about 2,000 pounds of baby food because a customer reportedly found a small piece of glass inside a jar. The company has set up a recall minisite to address concerns. The quality and safety of our products is our number one priority.

Maybe This Time

Online PR Thoughts

Everyone ignored the US Department of Agriculture which has never changed its opinion that "pink slime" is safe to eat and nutritious. Lean, finely textured beef, also known as "pink slime" is making a comeback of sorts in school lunch programs. Its reappearance is remarkable after the negative publicity of the past year. The principal maker of the product nearly went out of business. The whole affair was a sorry mess. Celebrity chefs and others inveighed publicly against the product. Parents, worried about what their children were eating turned against it.

No Kidding

Online PR Thoughts

We want to water lawns and golf courses when there isn''t enough for agriculture and food production. A UN panel has concluded that the world is unprepared for global warming. And, the sky is blue. One wonders why there is a need to state the obvious, but, on the other hand, no one is listening. O yes, we hear the words, "global warming", but we don''t change behaviors to accommodate it. We still want beach houses along the edge of the shrinking shore. We expect government to bail us out despite our increasingly risky way of life. Then, we will blame government for not protecting us.

Universal Accreditation Board Welcomes National Association of Government Communicators

PRSay

The Universal Accreditation Board was formed in 1998 through agreements with the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Agricultural Relations Council, Florida Public Relations Association, and Southern Public Relations Federation. NAGC representative Laura Kirkpatrick, APR, met with the UAB for the first time during our April board meeting. Dr. John E. Forde, APR, Fellow PRSA. Twitter.

My Nine Observations From the World Economic Forum

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Agriculture and Food Security — The world has made great progress on fighting poverty from the Millennium Development Goals of 2000, with the number of poor dropping from 2 billion to 1 billion. A version of this post was originally published on LinkedIn. The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2015 felt very serious and business-dominated. Europe and Japan will struggle to grow. The U.S.

The future of work. and of humans

The Blueballroom

The scientific revolution, agricultural revolution and industrial revolution, he said, created 'haves' and 'have nots', but the have nots, following these revolutions, have been able to catch up: they have not been left too far behind. We have seen unprecedented technological change in our lifetimes - from the internet to drones to robots - and this trend of innovation is set to continue.

Behind the Headlines With Lynda Fernandez

Cision

quickly transitioned into PR and ended up working in public information for the Florida Department of Agriculture for five years. Technologies and platforms come and go, but one thing remains constant: the relationships you make. How did you get your start in PR? Also some personal circumstances put me in a position where I needed a full-time job. But the basics remain the same. Drew. 4.

Behind the Headlines With Lauren Kaufman

Cision

After a short stint at a large NYC agency on its agricultural product PR team, I actually found my true calling by chance when I answered an ad in The New York Times for a job at Spring O’Brien, an agency that specializes in travel and tourism PR. Lauren Kaufman, senior vice president at Spring, O’Brien & Co., What drew you to the PR industry? have learned how to multitask.