Check out the episodes below:

    EPISODE 39 – ALL ABOUT HEALTHY SOILS AND REGENERATIVE AG 

    WITH NICOLE MASTERS

    On this episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll hear from Nicole Masters who is an internationally-recognized Agroecologist dedicated to helping land managers regenerate soil health. Her mission is to help producers create vibrant, profitable, healthy food productions from the soil up. Nicole recently released a new book titled “For the Love of Soil” a land manager’s roadmap to healthy soil, revitalized food systems in challenging times.

    EPISODE 108 – INTEGRATING REGENERATIVE PRACTICES ON A MULTIGENERATIONAL FARM

    WITH ABIGAIL SICKLER

    On this episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, Abigail Sickler. Abby, is a proud 5th generation farmer, growing both her family and their dreams on the same ground that her family before her did. As a lifelong Salem County resident, agriculture has always been a foundation in Abby’s life. Even when life was pulling her in different directions, she knew it was a part of her that she could never truly give up. From the impulse decision to raise pasture raised poultry to taking the opportunity of a lifetime to reopen a landmark produce market, Abby is far from afraid of a challenge.

    EPISODE 163 – BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

    WITH JUSTINE BERRY

    Justine is a second-generation cattle rancher in east central Alberta. Along with her parents and her growing family, they raise Black Angus cattle and direct market their natural grass fed beef. Justine also works part time as a registered nurse at the local hospital.

    Justine is passionate about finding a balance between raising beef and babies, and in her spare time, enjoys hosting or attending regenerative agriculture learning opportunities.

    EPISODE 166 -FROM TECH TO REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

    WITH SARAH RIEDNER

    Sarah Riedner still considers herself a newbie farmer. She and her husband are both first-generation farmers and started officially farming in 2017, although they had been doing urban farming in the backyards of Calgary prior to that. Her farm, Happiness By The Acre, is located just outside of Didsbury, AB on 153 acres of prairie grazing land and riparian areas.

    Sarah primarily considers herself the “crazy chicken lady”, although she has also earned the title of “cow whisperer” over the years. Her farm has a mix of livestock including, pastured laying hens, heritage breed Kunekune pigs, grass-fed steers, and free-range ducks. During the summer months, the farm also hosts a herd of cattle from their friend’s cow-calf operation.