Katelyn Duban, born and raised in Southern Alberta, married into agriculture in 2016. At the time, it was not her intention to be an active member of the farm but quickly found a passion for the farm life.
Katelyn continues to develop her skills as a grain farmer in and out of the field. She found a love for livestock early on in her farming journey and has raised a variety of meat goats as well as bottle calves. Katelyn has been dubbed a Cat Rancher by her online community and takes great pride in her ‘herd’ of farm cats.
As an avid podcast listener, Katelyn found herself searching for a podcast that shared the important roles women in agriculture provide for the industry. When she could not find a podcast that met her criteria she began working on her own podcast. In the spring of 2019 she launched The Rural Woman Podcast.
Since then, Katelyn has shared the stories of incredible women involved in all parts of agriculture from farming, ranching, homesteading, agribusiness and beyond. With close to half a million downloads from countries around the world, Katelyn continues to share the importance of Women in Agriculture while sharing her own story through social media under the handle @WildRoseFarmer.
Episode 175 – Love of The Prairies with Jessica Mose
Available for download on iTunes | Spotify | CastBox | STICHERJessica is the owner and maker behind Prairie Soap Shack - An all-natural skincare e-commerce business where she creates modern and eco-friendly products with wildcrafted and homegrown plants. A former...
Episode 174 – Transparency in Growing Local Food with Kendall Ballantine
Available for download on iTunes | Spotify | CastBox | STICHERAt the age of 27, Kendall ditched the power suits of her corporate career, as Director of Operations in grocery supply chain, for a life in gumboots on the farm when she opened her business Central Park...
Extended Episode: How to Market Yourself and Your Farm with Kendall Ballantine
In this extended episode, Kendall and I talked about how to market not only yourself but your farm as well. Having won ‘Farmers Market Vendor of the Year’ from the BC Association of Farmers Markets and the ‘Under 40 Entrepreneur of the Year’ award from the Greater...