Knowledge Center Blog

Welcome to the Farm Credit Knowledge Center Blog!  This blog is a combination of posts from industry experts, Knowledge Center staff and guest contributors covering all aspects of agriculture and life in the country.  We want you to participate in this blog, sharing your thoughts and comments about the topics posted here.


The Faces of the Knowledge Center - Volume 3

As we continue our ‘Get to Know the Knowledge Center Team’ blog series, I would like to introduce myself!  My name is Marie Rothwell, and I am the Communications and Event Specialist.  
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10 Tips For How To Work From Home

If you are reading this you are, probably like us and many others, working from home. Under the current situation, our home environments have become our new office settings.  Over the course of the last few weeks, our team has shared with one another tips that help us be successful through the transition.  We now want to share those same tips with you!  We have developed a list of our Top Ten Tips for How to Work from Home.  We hope you find these tips helpful in your continued success!  
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Get in the Zone for National Garden Month

April is National Garden Month and what better way to celebrate than getting in the zone?  Picking plants that are appropriate for your zone will aid in your gardening success and prevent frustrations.  No one wants to see their hard work and money go to waste when they realize their plants didn’t make it through the winter.  
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The Faces of the Knowledge Center- Volume 2

Hello! We are continuing to get to know our Knowledge Center staff and I am next! I am Sarah Scyphers and have been with the Knowledge Center for a little over a year and half. I am a Program Specialist and work primarily with our Young, Beginning and Small producer programs.
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10 Ways to Engage Youth in Learning about Animal Products and By-Products

Learning about market animal products and by-products is important agricultural knowledge.  Oftentimes, our youth do not realize the items they use, clothes they wear, and foods they consume come from an agricultural product. 
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