BAKE Blog Awards: Best Agriculture Blog – Nominees

The BAKE Blog Awards rewards bloggers that post on a regular basis, have great and useful content, are creative and innovative.

Blogs that focus on Farming, marketing of agricultural produce, and environmental impact of climate change

Isaac is an Agribusiness Management Graduate from Egerton University Njoro Kenya and a Son of a farmer. This explains why Agribusiness is in my blood.

He is also a Wikipedian and he edits and translate Wikipedia articles from English to Swahili. He also Scouts for innovative Open Source Projects in the region and help make them come to life, under a Mozilla WebFWD Project.

This blog emanated from the authors futile job search after graduating from college.

The author set on a path to learn about the basic agricultural practices unemployed youths could involve themselves in and still earn a decent income.

The Young Agropreneur is a resource for information on matters concerning agriculture in Kenya and the Eastern African region and also it is a wake up call for the youth to venture in agriculture and to remove focus from white collar jobs which are very hard to come by.

The blog was 3rd place in the Yobloco Youth in Agriculture Blog competition

The blog chronicles My joys, challenges and day to day life’s journey as a young farmer in Karatina, Kenya.The author decided be part of the solution to small scale farmers. He has started my own production, done some research and tried out crop production. He also informs farmers on the way forward albeit most even to date are oblivious to change.

More on the Bloggers Association of Kenya Website.