I’ve posted before about agriculture’s introduction into social media. It’s something I’m passionate about, and that everyone else should be educated in. It’s a valuable tool for farmers to use, to reach out to the rest of the world. It can also be a way for growers to become truly connected.
Recently, in my New Media class, I had to write about an online community. My automatic choice was the prominent farming community that’s built itself on Twitter.
For a look at the website on which the article is posted, click here.
I could go on and on about it here, but it’s said so much better in the article already written. If this isn’t enough to send you right to the Twitter account registration page, then I don’t know what will get you to join!
Happy reading, and happy tweeting!