The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 86 – Transitioning from Industrial Agriculture to Agritourism with Bridget Jones

Transitioning from Industrial Agriculture to Agritourism with Bridget Jones

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll get to meet Bridget Jones. Bridget is a wife, mom, “farmher,” entrepreneur, creative, community builder, and plant nerd. 

As the founder of Wildberry Farm + Market, and the creative behind Wildberry Branding + Design, Bridget puts her heart into her local community. Through her farming knowledge and her love for small businesses, specifically women-owned small businesses, Bridget’s passion is building up the local small business community. By utilizing her skill and knowledge, as well as her resources, her heart is to build the local creative and minority farming community.

Photo Credit Megan Evans Photography

Extended content from Episode 86 with Bridget Jones available to Patrons of The Rural Woman Podcast at the $10+ on Patreon.

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