Next Thursday, August 20, the WG Women Program is offering the first of a two-part virtual social media workshop aimed at empowering women to use social media as a tool of industry advocacy. You will learn how to tell the right stories, at the right time, to the right people, in the right way. Space is limited, be sure to register now. WG Women must attend both sessions to earn credit for the workshop.

Workshop 1.1: Social Media Archetypes

Cory Lunde

After a short hiatus to retool during the COVID-19 pandemic, the WG Women Program is back with a new series of virtual leadership development opportunities, including online leadership, social media and traditional media training courses.

Join us for our first virtual class, a two-part social media workshop designed to empower you to use social media as a tool of industry advocacy. The training will be provided by digital-first communications experts from Unearth. WG Women must attend both sessions to earn credit for the workshop.

Karen Timmins

John “Jack” Leroy Woolf Jr., industry pioneer and prominent Fresno-area farmer, has passed away at the age of 102.

Woolf, who launched Woolf Farming Company in 1974, was among the first to plant almonds and pistachios in California’s Fresno County, a leading commodity that generates billions of dollars in revenue for the region every year.

Chardae Heim

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