A Glimpse into the World of Printing

Written by Sonja Eschenburg, Animal Science Student Photos provided by PRP Companies As a student minoring in Agricultural Communication, I havenot had much experience with printing processes. After a tour at PRP Companies for my Agricultural Publications class, I was not only introduced to modern methods in printing, but also various design, apparel, creative, web and mailing … More A Glimpse into the World of Printing

Produce(ing) Knowledge: Agriculture communications meets the produce industry.

Written by Camille Cordisco, Agricultural Communication Senior “Refreshing Ideas” was written across a giant green banner as my classmates and I walked into the Anaheim Convention Center late last Wednesday night. We entered our orientation to find 40 plus college students from twelve other universities, all participating in the Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit Conference … More Produce(ing) Knowledge: Agriculture communications meets the produce industry.

8 Lessons and Reminders We Learned from the Jim Haye’s Symposium

To inspire and illuminate a new generation to lead with integrity was the goal of the Jim Hayes Symposium on October 10, 2014. Jim Hayes was a founding director of the Brock Center and a Cal Poly journalism professor for 23 years. In 1992 Hayes retired, but his teaching career didn’t end there. His reporting, teaching … More 8 Lessons and Reminders We Learned from the Jim Haye’s Symposium

Earthquake Rocks Napa Valley Agriculture

Written by Harrison Reilly, Associate Editor   Growing up in Northern California, earthquakes are a way of life. In my lifetime, I hadn’t experienced a significant earthquake. My parents, however, lived through one of the most infamous earthquakes in United States history, the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake which caused catastrophic damage across the Bay Area … More Earthquake Rocks Napa Valley Agriculture