The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 53 – Focusing on Holistic Management and Regenerative Agriculture with Becky Doherty

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Becky Doherty. Becky became a first generation farmer back in 2016 when she and her husband John, along with their two young kids Cadence and Keagan , bought a farm and started Stonepost Farms. They are a mixed operation offering pasture raised meats, naturally grown produce, free range eggs and unpasteurized honey. Becky shares how they are returning to the roots of agriculture.

Becky Doherty | BIO

Becky is a first-generation farmer and until recently focused on her career in Natural Resources working as a spatial modeller and analyst. She has a Bachelor of Science in Geography and is highly focused, detailed oriented and organized. In 2016, her and her husband John, along with their two young kids Cadence who is five and Keagan who is three, bought a farm and started Stonepost Farms.

She farm quickly evolved into a direct marketing business focusing on providing nutrient dense foods including pasture raised meats, naturally grown produce, free range eggs and unpasteurized honey. The farm focuses on holistic management and regenerative agriculture practices. Becky has a newfound passion in agriculture with a desire to promote education in regenerative agriculture. She now focuses fully on the farm and its direct marketing business. In addition, she also volunteers as a board member for Organic Alberta, and helps to promote local food in the education system.

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Becky Doherty | Stonepost Farms | Facebook | Instagram |

West Central Forage Association | Joel Salatin | Organic Alberta | Steve Kenyon | Regeneration Canada Soil Symposium

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