Steph Larsen lives in Lyons, Nebraska, where she works full time for the Center for Rural Affairs, a non-profit that seeks to engage farmers in advocating for the policies that will strengthen the future of their rural communities. Steph is also a “part-time farmer,” growing food for herself and her community. Steph holds a master’s degree in geography from her home state of Wisconsin and serves on the board of the Women, Food and Agriculture Network. This program has been brought to you by Hearst Ranch.
“I used to work in D.C., and in D.C. there are two ways to get things done: one – you have to have a lot of money and hire a lot of lobbyists, and two – you need to have a lot of people.”
“Contacting legislators is not like voting- you can do it early and you can do it often.” — Steph Larsen on Greenhorn Radio