Monthly Archives: March 2018

2803, 2018

ASAN is hiring!

By |March 28th, 2018|Classifieds, Newsflash!|1 Comment

ASAN is hiring an Administrative & Program Assistant, who will report to the Executive Director and perform a variety of critical functions in the day-to-day operations of a small, growing organization.  This employee will be responsible for everything from day-to-day data entry and errands, to collaborating with other staff (and board and volunteers) to work […]

1303, 2018

ASAN Member Profile: Working Cows Dairy

By |March 13th, 2018|Member Profiles|0 Comments

For more about the ASAN Member Profiles series, click here.  For a full collection of the profiles published thus far, click here.

 

Jan and Rinske de Jong bid farewell to their native home, the Netherlands to seek new opportunities in the United States. Leaving friends and family in Holland, they were guided by a passion and […]

1303, 2018

ASAN Member Profile: Kristin Woods

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For more about the ASAN Member Profiles series, click here.  For a full collection of the profiles published thus far, click here.

Born in California and raised in Texas, Kristin Woods made her arrival in the southeast US in 1999 after landing a job as Process Development Scientist for Wayne Farms in Georgia, advising how to […]

1303, 2018

Introducing: ASAN Member Profiles Series

By |March 13th, 2018|Member Profiles|0 Comments

Introducing our newest feature: membership profiles!  Since many of you are miles apart, we thought it could be helpful for you to get to know more about other ASAN members.  These profiles will be excerpted in the quarterly print newsletter and featured in full-length here on our website.

To nominate someone (an individual, farm/family, or business/organization) to […]

903, 2018

Roller Crimper For Sale

By |March 9th, 2018|Classifieds|0 Comments

ASAN acquired a roller crimper as part of a collaborative grant in 2008, with the intention that, after the grant project ended, it (along with several other pieces of farm equipment) would be rented out for farmers to use on their own farms.  That happened, though not at the scale that we would have wanted, […]