Agriculture is a vital part of North America. Businesses, organizations and governments involved in agriculture have important messages to convey. However, it can be a challenge getting the information you need delivered to the people who need it, and finding the time to deliver your messages.
That’s where Cultivating Communications can help.
Cultivating Communications is a full service communications company committed to helping the agricultural sector reach the people you need to reach.
Cultivating Communications is Allison Finnamore and Trudy Kelly Forsythe – two award-winning journalists with a combined 50 years of experience in communicating messages to the people who need to hear them.
Allison Finnamore has worked in media for over 20 years. She’s from Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, and went to the New Brunswick Community College in Woodstock where she studied journalism. Her career evolved from working for the weekly newspaper in Grand Falls, N.B. and the provincial government’s communications department to operating her own freelance business.
Clients include provincial daily newspapers, regional, national and international agricultural publications and corporate clients like Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Farm Credit Canada. She is also an experienced editor. Her frequent North American and international travels gives her insights into agriculture around the globe.
Allison is an executive member of the Atlantic Canada Farm Writers’ Association, Canadian Farm Writers’ Association and International Federation of Agricultural Journalists, and a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists.
Trudy Kelly Forsythe has worked in the media for over 20 years, starting out freelancing for a hunting and fishing magazine. She has an English honours degree from the University of New Brunswick and a radio broadcasting diploma from the Atlantic Broadcast Centre.
Over the years, she has written and edited for a variety of media including daily and weekly newspapers, magazines, radio and the World Wide Web as well as for corporate and government clients, including Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Farm Credit Canada.
She is a member of the Atlantic Canada Farm Writers’ Association, the Canadian Farm Writers’ Association and the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists.
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