This Women's History Month, Visit Loudoun is celebrating Loudoun's female farmers. Take a listen to what these inspiring women have to say about working in agriculture!
"I've got several friends — a lot of girlfriends — that are behind me, that help me out in this business."
- Paige Critchley
"I've met so many great women, and I just feel like it's really comforting to know other women who love to do the same thing I love to do."
- Rebecca Brouwer
"Women, to me, are really inspirational. They've been great support systems for me."
- Casey Wisch
"Well, women rock. I mean, it's that simple."
- Harriet Wegemeyer
"I was brought up and instilled with the belief that you can do anything in life."
- Cyndie Rinek
"Both Sarah and I really pride ourselves on the fact that we are women who are owning a business — who are farming in Loudoun County."
- Pam Jones, with Sarah Waybright
Watermark Woods Native Plants
"Being a woman in farming — in agriculture — in Loudoun is very important because it's a sense of community."
- Julie Borneman