EPISODE 99 – HERITAGE LIVESTOCK & INDIGENOUS FOOD SOVEREIGNTY
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Mickey Willenbring. Mickey is a Lakota-Puerto Rican combat veteran, mother, activist, and champion of Indigenous food sovereignty. She retired from a life in the US Army to become a rancher focusing on sustainable livestock production in Scio, Oregon. There she raises heritage breeds of sheep, goats, cattle, and poultry, while balancing the duties of motherhood and community.
Liberty stayed the same, year after year—a name you knew and a reputation you could depend on. In the hundred or so years since, the green Liberty stripe became a badge of honor and pride in the country and county road stretches of rural America. Patents expire over time, but traditions and history don’t. And while there may be other bib overall brands on the market today, there’s only one Liberty.
Liberty is about living free. Remaining true to yourself and the qualities that drive you.
With us, what you see is what you get. We won’t sugarcoat it, and we won’t pander to fleeting style trends pretending to be something we’re not. We make a pair that has done the job for a hundred years. It was good enough for them and it’s good enough for us.
Liberty is about unwavering quality and craftsmanship built to take on every task, every day. We respect folks who tell it like it is—even if it takes them some time to get to the point. So we’re telling you that our bib overalls are tough enough for your task. They work for farming the traditional way. They work for painting giant small-town murals. They work for backwoods engineering. They work for slow-smoking ribs. They work for hunting alligators in the Louisiana swamps. Heck, they even work for raising backyard chickens. Visit Libertybibs.com