The Rural Woman Podcast Ep. 26 – Not Everything’s Bigger in Texas: Small Family Farming with Paige Powell

On this week’s episode you’ll get to meet Paige Powell of Black Bear Farm and Apiary.

Four years ago, Paige moved with her family from the city, to a small farm outside of Austin, TX and become first generation farmers. Currently Black Bear Farm sells pasture raised pork and chicken, free range eggs, baked goods and raw honey. 

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