Billie Redemeyer Roney

One of Billie Redemeyer Roney’s (born 1952) first memories is taking apart carburetors with her dad. She was something of a tomboy, growing up on the Roney Ranch in Chico, California. That changed – a little bit at least – when she eased into her teenage years and became a town-and-country model. Today, she lives on a working cattle ranch. She takes seriously the impact of politics and public policy on her way of life and works as an advocate for the ranching community, serving on an agriculture council through her local Chamber of Commerce and lobbying in Sacramento. She also works on curriculum development with faculty members in the agriculture department at the university. She spent a month in the Middle East under the auspices of the Agriculture Educational Foundation – leadership training. “I would go back there in a second,” she says. Interviewed Chico, California, 1997

  • Medium: Plate Litho
  • Size: 15" x 11.25"
  • Year: 2009
  • Edition: Ed. of 30
  • Price: $450.00

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