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Ella Goes to Work

16 Apr

Ella has been getting an introduction into what Mama and Daddy do – besides being her parents, of course.

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First, Ella got a crash course in magazine layout as I put together the Spring 2016 issue of CowCountry: The Official Magazine of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association.

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Ella decided InDesign and Photoshop weren’t that interesting.

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Then we took our first tractor ride with Daddy while he did some strip tilling. This was WAY more interesting. She loved looking at everything work and listening to the new sounds.

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We are so glad to be raising our daughter around farming. It’s a wonderful lifestyle and an important part of our world’s economy. Around 97 percent of American farms are family owned and we’re proud to be one of those families.

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God Bless You & American Agriculture,

Liz

Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. – Proverbs 22:6 (NIV)

 

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Name in Print

13 Dec

I’ve been writing as long as I can remember. From the epic tale of “The Golden Seed” in 3rd Grade to today, where my readership spans a little more than Mrs. Sandin and my mom and dad. No matter how many times I see my byline in print, I still get excited.

Name in Print | The Farm Paparazzi

The latest place my name has popped up is Crossroads, a publication of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce. I had a blast learning about downtown businesses, organic farming and a railroad contractor all in Laramie County, Wyo. Kudos to whoever did the layout. It’s beautiful!

Name in Print | The Farm Paparazzi

Name in Print | The Farm Paparazzi

Name in Print | The Farm Paparazzi

I also had another story printed in WREN (Wyoming Rural Electric Association’s monthly magazine). This article was fun because it was about my local electric coop – the Wheatland REA. They keep the center pivots running, man. WREN has scheduled me to write again next year and I’m thrilled!

Name in Print | The Farm Paparazzi

Background photo by a fabulous local photographer, Leah Yetter. Check out her blog at http://leahyetter.wordpress.com/.

 

Our weekly, hometown newspaper, The Platte County Record Times, also has me writing lately. I interned for the paper way back in 2006, when I was a bright-eyed, ag communications student living at Grandma’s for the summer. Small town papers are the best. By the way, they are currently seeking an editor if you’re interested!

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Not all my writing is paid. I also head up our Laramie Peak CattleWomen Corner in the Record Times. Our group tries to do something monthly in order to share positive, truthful ag messages with our neighbors. Eat BEEF!Name in Print | The Farm Paparazzi

Things are a little slower now that farming has wrapped up for the year, so I’m grateful to those who hire me as a writer or for their public relations projects. If you’re looking for someone to help with your writing, design and event needs, I’d be honored if you’d consider me. More information and a portfolio at: https://farmpaparazzi.com/liz-lauck-public-relations/.

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God Bless You & American Agriculture,

Liz

Publish his glorious deeds among the nations. Tell everyone about the amazing things he does. – 1 Chronicles 16:24

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