Loren Lindler

Editorial Intern
Loren Lindler

Loren Lindler is an editorial intern in the DTN newsroom. She was born and raised in Lexington, South Carolina, on a cow-calf operation that also focuses on hay and forage.

She attended Gilbert High School in Gilbert, South Carolina, and graduated in June 2016. She is attending Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) in Tifton, Georgia, and will graduate in December with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Communication.

Loren has completed a number of internships with the Sunbelt Ag Expo, Georgia Forestry Association, Georgia FFA Association and Foundation, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, and now DTN/Progressive Farmer. She is the president of the ABAC Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow Club.


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  • Farm to School programs have components that include education, caring for school gardens, and procurement of local foods. (Getty Images)

    Garden Grants Given

    School gardens and other projects, such as a project in Louisiana called Seeds to Success, are used as teaching resources across the country.

  • Ranch manager Justin Williams from Jones Beefmasters purebred cattle operation in Savannah, Tennessee, with some of the Beefmaster cattle herd. (DTN photo by Loren Lindler)

    Editors' Notebook

    Loren Lindler, a student at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, shares how she spent a summer internship with DTN/Progressive Farmer.

  • Cowboy Cory Conley rides in to help rescue stranded cattle after recent floods hit Catoosa, Oklahoma. (Photo courtesy of Cory Conley)

    Floods Hit Southern Plains Cattle

    Volunteers in communities throughout the Southern Plains have been quick to offer help to farmers and ranchers affected by devastating floods this spring.