Ever wonder what it would be like to intern at FBNSM? We asked our most recent class of interns who they found the experience. Here's what they said.
Meet Dennis Hoppe, who leads FBN Nebraska. Though no two days look the same for Dennis, at any moment, you’re almost guaranteed to find him talking to farmers. Whether he’s out in the field or presenting at agronomic seminars, bringing farmers the value of the network is the core of Dennis’ work. In addition to training members on FBN’s system and growing the network, Dennis continually provides feedback from farmers to the FBN product team.
Hundreds of thousands of acres of American farms join FBN every week - democratizing information to put Farmers First℠. To keep up, we’re hiring 40 new team members this year across the US.
Hometown: Cut Bank, MT
Education: Gonzaga University (Spokane, WA)
Agricultural Background: Grew up and worked on family’s farm implement business, cover crop consultant
Off-Farm Interests: Skiing, hiking, fishing, rafting, strumming guitars, and generally enjoying the Montana wilderness