At Highland Ag, we believe that data is the key to unlocking success in agriculture. But when it comes to aggregating, analyzing, and presenting that data, not all approaches are created equal. In this episode, we discuss the need for a more reliable source of data in the fresh produce industry and why we built Highland Ag MarketWatch.
Welcome to a fresh episode of Cream of the Crop! Join us as we explore sustainability and how it’s being achieved through the Highland Hub. In this episode, our CEO, Justin Machell, with Highland’s Director of Customer Success, Tara Stroud, unveil the exciting integration of Sustainable Food Group’s Sustainability Standard into the Highland Hub. Discover […]
In this episode we hear from podcaster Trevor Williams on the story of the Farm Traveler Podcast. Trevor shares with us the ups and downs of starting a podcast as well as the importance of sharing the heart of the ag industry. Education through communication is key, and Trevor has a lot of experience with that! Our host and Trevor both were previous ag teachers and share some of their learnings from the classroom!
In this episode, we chat with Margaret Dominguez, Vice President of Food Safety and Compliance at Soli Organic. Soli (formerly known as Shenandoah Growers) is the nation’s most commercially advanced indoor agriculture company.
In this episode, Jennifer Pulcipher, Director of Food Safety and Compliance and Kinsey Porter, Food Safety Manager for North Bay Produce, discuss working in food safety for a grower-owned cooperative.
Mental health in agriculture is often overlooked. Our industry tends to keep looking forward without looking inward. In this episode, we talk with Marshal Sewell, a fifth generation farmer who has observed the challenges and stresses of agricultural life.
The agricultural industry is full of uncontrollable circumstances, which often leads to an abundance of stress. When you think about suicide, agriculturalists aren’t usually the first ones that come to mind. In this episode, we talk with Don McMoran, Director at the Washington State University Extension Office.
The Russell Group is Washington’s leading bipartisan government relations firm, focused exclusively on food and agriculture public policy. Established since 1985, the firm’s legacy of results have established them as the industry standard-bearer.
Michelle Miller, The Farm Babe, is all about educating consumers on the production of their food. Michelle has created a following of 200,000 and an average social media reach of 2-3 million per month with a style that is straightforward and without gimmicks.
Ole Tyme Produce Inc. is a premier, wholesale fresh food and grocery distributor employing state-of-the-art technology and the highest industry standards in food safety to provide a vital link in the food supply chain between farmers, restaurants, hospitals, schools, professional kitchens, and charitable organizations.