Grey looming clouds hung heavy in the Creek County air last Saturday as I drove into Sapulpa to visit family. To the unknowing, the dark sky would have signaled a welcoming rain in this never ending drought, but to Oklahoma residents, it was a symbol of fear and heartbreak as wildfires ripped across their hometowns. … Continue reading When heartbreak hits Home.
I work in the field of agriculture, that's not anything new to any of you. It would be easy to assume my views towards the industry are slanted or biased to be pro-agriculture. While there maybe some truth to that statement, it's also important to know I did not grow up knee-deep, sleeping, and breathing … Continue reading Educating the Misinformed