Noah Wicks joins the Agri-Pulse editorial team today as an associate editor, where he will write and work on multi-media projects for the company’s subscription-only newsletter and website.
“Noah worked for us as an intern last year and produced an impressive portfolio of work,” says Agri-Pulse Editor Sara Wyant. “He continued to hone his journalism skills as editor in chief of the Augustana Mirror during his senior year while also assisting us on some special projects, including a computer analysis of coronavirus relief payments.
"Noah will help expand and deepen our coverage as part of what was already the largest editorial team covering agriculture, food, renewable energy and rural policy issues."
Wicks grew up on a family farm near Nunda, S.D. and graduated from Augustana University in South Dakota last month with dual degrees in English and journalism and minors in history and government. He also held internships with the Madison Daily Leader, the South Dakota Department of Revenue and the South Dakota Department of Agriculture.
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