Changing The World: One Nuffield Report At A Time

It is with tremendous excitement that I present to you my Nuffield Report!

For the past two and a half years I have had the honour of traveling the world, visiting farm families, discussing the future of agriculture, diversification of the farm business and the roles of our Next Generation. After having made new friends, my perspective and understanding has grown. For the past few months I have been working diligently in preparing this report, for you to read and hopefully learn from.

Family farm succession is challenging yet necessary. I’ve written about ‘What makes this Next Generation different from the last?’ ‘Why Succession is do Difficult?’ ‘Understanding each other’s Perspectives’ and ‘Choosing to be Proactive’.

Communication is Key and to Appreciate one another builds Strength.

I would like to specially Thank Nuffield Canada for welcoming me into the Nuffield family. This experience has changed my life.

It is my wish to share stories that inspires you, influences your decisions and challenges your perspective. When living with a positive outlook we empower the people around us, live the life we want and be prepared for when we leave – our legacy.

Click on the links bellow to view my Nuffield Report. I welcome your comments and topics for discussion. Enjoy!

Leona Dargis Nuffield Report 2013

Nuffield Collage


One Comment on “Changing The World: One Nuffield Report At A Time

  1. Leona, After reading your report, I can see a bright future for farming thanks to young people like you. Your father and mother would be very proud of you for what you are doing,not only with agriculture but also with the farming family. Keep up the good work!

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