Each month, we bring you stories that we think make a difference. A lot of consideration goes into our content, and we’re not interested in wasting your time. After all, we know how precious your time is. That’s why we choose stories that we feel are important because they’re about you and the issues that are relevant to you.
Our monthly publication isn’t rushing to throw together stories or in a hurry to to break news — a fact that admittedly took me awhile to get used to after 15 years in the newspaper industry. But that’s not what Central Florida Ag News is about.
Instead, we’re cracking open the mundane headlines you’re peppered with every day and taking a deeper look into the nooks and crannies looking for the light. That light is the human element and the hope.
If you do an online search for citrus industry news, you’ll be inundated with countless gloom-and-doom stories talking about how the sky is falling. One article will stick out like a sore thumb because while it acknowledges the challenges, it focuses more on the latest promising research and how growers are pivoting. That’s the Ag News article.
Our coverage reminds me of one of my favorite quotes, attributed to Ruth Renkel: Never fear the shadows. They simply mean there’s a light shining somewhere nearby.
That’s what we do at Central Florida Ag News. We find the light and share it with you.