Steve Boe farms with his family on the farm he grew up on near the community of Taylor in Jackson County. He’s an alum of the UW-River Falls (with degrees in agricultural education and political science) and the Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Institute leadership course. Professionally he has worn several hats: student teacher of agri-science courses at Independence High School, congressional intern for Congressman Ron Kind in Washington D.C. and research assistant for former State Rep. Mark Radcliffe in Madison. These days he’s a district coordinator for six county Farm Bureaus is in west-central Wisconsin, where he blends his passions for agriculture, leadership development and public policy. Yet all of that is only part of the journey he finds himself on as ‘Boe’s Blog’ will show its readers.