Growing Grass and Community
Lindsay Hamilton from Homegrown Small Town owns and operates 3 successful businesses, 2 of which are in the farming sector. A 5th generation farmer with a passion for growing, soil and education. When not helping to oversee the operations and over 100 employees, she enjoys spending her time on her one-acre garden with her husband and 2 kids, making maple syrup and quilting (Yes, she is only 35 despite her hobbies suggesting otherwise).
She is a true believer that there is no such thing as NOT having a green thumb and wants to teach as many people as possible to grow their own food and preserve it in a modern way. She believes there’s a little homesteading and farming in everyone.
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On February 15, 2023, people across the country will celebrate the food they love and those who work hard to produce it. In addition to being a day that celebrates farmers, producers and all participants of the agri-food industry, Canada’s Agriculture Day is one of the few times that consumers can hear the industry speak with one voice.
Canada’s Ag Day is a day for farmers to share their pride and their love of food.
No matter how you get social, make sure to use #CdnAgDay when you do.
Check out our website for more resources at agday.ca
REVIEW OF THE WEEK
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ – Kelslw220 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America
“This podcast is my go-to for chore time. I manage our small farm/homestead by myself and it can be easy to feel worn down or pessimistic. Listening to this podcast puts strength in my step as I tend our animals and land. Stories of Motherhood, agriculture, entrepreneurship, and more, make the content well rounded and inspiring. Keep it up gals. We’re all in this together.”
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