Janelle Stolhandske-Dale, has grown up on a grain farm near Swift Current, Saskatchewan. She is currently in High School at the Swift Current Comprehensive High School. She is a very busy
Meara Kirwin (they/them) is a 25 year old new farmer and experienced organizer living in Amiskwacîwâskahikan (Edmonton). They’re honoured to receive this award and will be sharing the prize with
Conor T. Soule is 15 year old from Charlie Lake, BC. He is an unschooler that has always been encouraged to follow his passions for what he needs to learn
Paul Beingessner Award Essay Competition National Farmers Union By: Rebecca MacInnis (Age 26) It’s no surprise that agriculture, like many things in our colonial nation, was built on the backs
Courtney Nell, age 17, lives on a mixed farm near Francis, Saskatchewan. She raises chickens for eggs and helps on the farm in the shop and driving equipment. Courtney plans
Hope Beneath Our Feet by Kolby Peterson Like any dying language, the remaining speakers are too often silent, or silenced. Should we choose to listen, we may hear their fluency
What will farming look like for young farmers in 30 years? by Cherry Halcovitch It is easy to imagine that the next thirty years will look a lot like the
To the farmers who are trying to make a living, meanwhile feeding us: There’s something these days that’s affecting your business, your life, and the world you live in. It’s called social license.
() would like to congratulate Nikaela Lange and Kevin Morin, who were the winners of the Beingessner Award for Excellence in Writing. Nikaela is 18 years old and from Dalmeny,
The National Farmers Union would like to congratulate Katia Huszka and Stuart Oke, winners of the Beingessner Award for Excellence in Writing for 2015. This year’s theme was “Soil: Our Common Ground”.