We met the dynamic Cody Miller as we checked into the charming Buffalo Gap Ranch located a few miles outside of Medora, North Dakota. After chatting with Cody for a little while, we found out she was a rodeo champion with lots of dreams and aspirations. We asked if she would give us an interview about her Someday Is Now.

Cody talked about her desire to teach the youth of her area to be proud of their agricultural background. About 50% of North Dakota’s population live in rural farming areas and the economy has long been dependent on agriculture for its growth and vitality. A major issue for farming communities is the desire of youth to move out of their small towns and seek employment other than farming. The current farming community worries who will take over their farms when they are ready to retire.

We wish Cody lots of luck as she pursues her career in marketing and hospitality management.

 

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