Ethan White

Ethan

White

Manager of Farmer Outreach & Engagement

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Building unlikely partnerships, peer to peer farmer learning networks, rural networking, triple-bottom line community development

Ethan White is the Manager of Farmer Outreach and Engagement for Farm Journal’s Trust In Food. A seasoned relationship- and network-builder, Ethan works to increase the resilience of food systems by increasing connections across the agri-food value chain and supporting triple-bottom-line management that improves the livelihoods of farmers. He works closely with agribusinesses, government agencies, conservation- and food-focused NGOs, and other industry partners to build a more robust agricultural value chain.

Before joining Trust In Food in 2019, Ethan worked as a business development manager for regional, food-focused nonprofits and built a small business focused on climate-controlled growing solutions for climate-insecure communities. He was also a fellow for the Mountain Resilience Coalition, building international mountain community networks for the U.N. Mountain Partnership. Ethan also served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Fiji and is a two-time AmeriCorps alumnus.

Ethan holds a master’s degree in environmental management with an emphasis on sustainable and resilient communities from Western State University in Colorado. He holds a bachelor’s degree in communication with an emphasis in public relations from Greenville University in Illinois.

Articles by

Ethan

White

3 Insights About Farmer-To-Farmer Learning Communities From Our Work On America’s Conservation Ag Movement

If you’ve been paying attention to the latest trends in farmer outreach and engagement, you’ve probably seen a lot of noise about “farmer networks,” “producer groups” or “farmer peer networks.”...

5 Perennial Ag Questions The Land Institute Answered at 2021 Top Producer Summit

If you’ve been reading ag news headlines or listening to podcasts about ag innovations and the future of the industry, you’ve probably heard about perennial agriculture. On the surface, perennial...

Building Farmer Peer Learning Networks

THE ISSUE: How to best leverage farmers’ most trusted and preferred way of learning to increase conservation? Research consistently demonstrates that farmers learn best from other farmers, whether the subject...

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