Trust In Food™, Farm Journal’s climate-smart ag division, is looking for a Farmer Engagement Director to work on the innovative Connected Ag Climate-Smart Commodities Pilot Project. Trust In Food™, is gearing up to implement a $40M Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities grant program enrolling growers in at least 15 states and focusing on practices related to row crop, specialty crop, and livestock. Our project has a wide partner group providing support and technical assistance, and is designed to support producers in using data to quantify their positive impact and access climate-smart markets. The USDA Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities program focuses on building markets for commodities using regenerative, sustainable, and conservation agriculture techniques across the country and value chain.
We’re looking for a seasoned audience development and media planning leader with familiarity of sustainable agriculture and Historically Underserved producers who will be responsible for directing all efforts to reach, engage and interface with producers across all platforms, including and especially Farm Journal owned platforms (print, digital media and education, broadcast, events, webinars, partnerships, etc.). This position will work closely with farmers and ranchers building relationships, in multiple forms, and platforms on climate smart agriculture practices.
The Farmer Engagement Director will join a team that is revolutionizing how farmers and ranchers connect with regenerative and climate-smart agriculture and helping future proof America’s environment, food and commodity marketing system.
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