All in Stories

Part 3: And Their Daughters After Them

From Farms to Incubators: The last of a three-part series of stories about minority women entrepreneurs in AgTech in the Salinas Valley and beyond. The series is sponsored by a grant by the International Center for Journalists. Part 3 focuses on efforts from the public and private sectors to develop a knowledge-based workforce, and a new generation of girls and young women considering a future in AgTech.

Part 2: Challenges and Opportunities

From Farms to Incubators: Stories of minority women entrepreneurs in agtech in the Salinas Valley and beyond. The series is sponsored by a grant from the International Center for Journalists. Part Two focuses on the emergence of agtech, a new generation of young women in the agtech space, and the challenges and opportunities they face.

"Change is the only constant in life” — Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher.

Part 1: Transforming Time and Generations

From Farms to Incubators, profiling minority women entrepreneurs in AgTech in the Salinas Valley and beyond. This  series, published in The Salinas Californian, is sponsored by a grant from the International Center for Journalists. 

“I must study politics and war, that my sons may have the liberty to study mathematics and philosophy, geography, natural history, and naval architecture, navigation, commerce, and agriculture, in order to give their children a right to study painting, poetry, music, architecture, statuary, tapestry and porcelain.”

- John Adams, second U.S. president

First of a three-part series