The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 110 – Enhancing the Quality of Life for Farmers, Ranchers, and Agricultural Workers with Disabilities with Rachel Jarman

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 110 – Enhancing the Quality of Life for Farmers, Ranchers, and Agricultural Workers with Disabilities with Rachel Jarman

https://traffic.libsyn.com/forcedn/theruralwomanpodcast/21_07_15_RuralWoman_EP110.mp3 Enhancing the Quality of Life for Farmers, Ranchers, and Agricultural Workers with Disabilities with Rachel Jarman On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Rachel Jarman. Rachel grew up on a grain farm in ohio and participated in 4-h for 10 years. She attended The Ohio State University and graduated with [...]

Women in agriculture use online tools to build supportive communities – Global News

Women in agriculture use online tools to build supportive communities – Global News

“I want to empower women to be able to say, ‘Yes, I am a farmer.'” - Katelyn Duban The face of agriculture has changed over the years. Women have always played an important role on the farm or ranch, but as social media has developed, so too has the perception of what a woman in [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 109 – Recovering Knowledge and Access to Healthy Indigenous Foods with Jessika Greendeer

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 109 –  Recovering Knowledge and Access to Healthy Indigenous Foods with Jessika Greendeer

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_07_13_RuralWoman_EP109.mp3 Recovering Knowledge and Access to Healthy Indigenous Foods with Jessika Greendeer On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Jessika Greendeer. Jessika is a Ho-Chunk Nation tribal member from Baraboo, WI and a member of the Deer Clan. She is currently the Seed Keeper and Farm Manager at Dream of Wild [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 108 – Integrating Regenerative Practices on a Multigenerational Farm with Abigail Sickler

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 108 – Integrating Regenerative Practices on a Multigenerational Farm with Abigail Sickler

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_07_03_RuralWoman_EP108.mp3 Integrating Regenerative Practices on a Multigenerational Farm with Abigail Sickler On this week’s 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 [...]

Patron-Only Ep. 107 Extended – You’re Not Just a Farm Wife with Colleen Sullivan

Patron-Only Ep. 107 Extended – You’re Not Just a Farm Wife with Colleen Sullivan

A continued conversation with Colleen Sullivan from episode 107 on the importance of knowing your true value as a women in agriculture. When we know our value and our worth, there is simply no stopping us. Patron-Only Episode 107 Extended | Available to the Patrons of The Rural Woman Podcast at the TEN+ Tier | LISTEN [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 107 – From Cappuccinos to Corn Fields with Colleen Sullivan

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 107 – From Cappuccinos to Corn Fields with Colleen Sullivan

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_06_21_RuralWoman_EP107.mp3 From Cappuccinos to Corn Fields with Colleen Sullivan On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Colleen Sullivan. Colleen is a cappuccino loving city girl turned rural woman wanna be.  In 2018 her family moved from their urban neighborhood to her husband’s hometown to take over the management of his family [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 106 – Beekeeping Made Simple with Laryssa Kwoczak

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 106 – Beekeeping Made Simple with Laryssa Kwoczak

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_06_17_RuralWoman_EP106.mp3 Beekeeping Made Simple with Laryssa Kwoczak On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Laryssa Kwoczak. Laryssa began keeping bees as a hobby in Philadelphia 10 years ago. She caught "bee fever" almost immediately and just a few years later moved across the country to take a job at an apiary in Hawaii. For [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 105 – Accidentally an Alpaca and Cut Flower Farm with Elaine Vandiver

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 105 – Accidentally an Alpaca and Cut Flower Farm with Elaine Vandiver

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_06_07_RuralWoman_EP105.mp3 Accidentally an Alpaca and Cut Flower Farm with Elaine Vandiver On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet meet Elaine Vandiver. In her own words, Elaine became a farmer by happenstance. After moving out to a 10-acre parcel of land with her husband near Walla Wall, Washington in 2013 looking for a [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 102 – The Udder Milk: All about Dairy Sheep with Becca Matthews

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 102 – The Udder Milk: All about Dairy Sheep with Becca Matthews

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_05_11_RuralWoman_EP102.mp3 The Udder Milk: All about Dairy Sheep with Becca Matthews On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Becca Matthews. Becca, along with her husband, own and operate Hidden Hollow sheep dairy in southern Idaho. After two years of milking sheep for soap, lotion, cheese and butter for her family, Becca decided [...]

Patron-Only Ep. 101 Extended – Getting in The Sticky: The changes, struggles, and the wins with Ashley Clark of Sacred Roots Maple

Patron-Only Ep. 101 Extended – Getting in The Sticky: The changes, struggles, and the wins with Ashley Clark of Sacred Roots Maple

Getting in The Sticky: The changes, struggles, and the wins with Ashley Clark of Sacred Roots Maple Ashley Clark from episode 101 shares with us some of the biggest struggles they have faced since purchasing their maple operation back in 2016, along with the wins they have had as well as some overall changes they [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 101 – From Sap to Syrup: All About Maple Production with Ashley Clark

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 101 – From Sap to Syrup: All About Maple Production with Ashley Clark

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_05_05_RuralWoman_EP101.mp3 From Sap to Syrup: All About Maple Production with Ashley Clark On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Ashley Clark. Ashley, her husband Ben, and their son Wilder strive to live simply and fully on their 68 acre maple farm, Sacred Roots Maple located in upstate New York. Sacred Roots Maple [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 100 – Here’s to The Women: Lessons Learned from 100 Episodes with Katelyn Duban

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 100 – Here’s to The Women: Lessons Learned from 100 Episodes with Katelyn Duban

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_04_28_RuralWoman_EP100.mp3 Here's to The Women: Lessons Learned from 100 Episodes with Katelyn Duban Here’s to the women who chose to take their own path.Here’s to the women who chose uncertainty even though it was scary as hell.Here’s to the women doing the work their MIL called them stupid for doing. Here’s to the women who [...]

Alberta farmer’s podcast on women in ag attracts a global audience | Alberta Farmer Express Feature Article

Alberta farmer’s podcast on women in ag attracts a global audience | Alberta Farmer Express Feature Article

Alberta farmer’s podcast on women in ag attracts a global audience | Read Article “It’s been crazy to think that in two years, it has reached so many people and so many countries. For some reason, I am quite popular in Zimbabwe.” – Katelyn Duban.  By Alexis KienlenReporter A city girl, Katelyn Duban jokes she had [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 97 – Innovation and Creativity at The Farmers Market with Megan Harris

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 97 –  Innovation and Creativity at The Farmers Market with Megan Harris

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_04_07_RuralWoman_EP97.mp3 Innovation and Creativity at The Farmers Market with Megan Harris On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Megan Throckmorton Harris. This wife, mama, and farmers market manager has had passion for agriculture for as long as she can remember. From planting gardens with her Granny, to working cattle on her [...]

Ep 99: Farmer/Podcaster – Katelyn Duban | The Farm Traveler Podcast

Ep 99: Farmer/Podcaster – Katelyn Duban | The Farm Traveler Podcast

The Farm Traveler Podcast Ep 99: Farmer/Podcaster – Katelyn Duban | Listen here Katelyn Duban is a farmer and podcaster from Southern Alberta, Canada. Katelyn was not from a farming background until she married her husband. Now, Katelyn lives the farming/ranching life as well as runs the wildly popular Rural Woman Podcast and WildRoseFarmer brand. Today on episode 99, Katelyn [...]

Patron-Only Episode – Making It Your Own: Renovating The Family Farmhouse + Writing a Children’s Book in 2020 with Billi J. Miller

Patron-Only Episode – Making It Your Own: Renovating The Family Farmhouse + Writing a Children’s Book in 2020 with Billi J. Miller

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/2nd_Anniversary_Sneak_Peak.mp3 Patron-Only Episode - Making It Your Own: Renovating The Family Farmhouse + Writing a Children's Book in 2020 with Billi J. Miller We're celebrating The Rural Woman Podcast's second anniversary with a Patron-Only episode with my dear friend Billi J. Miller. Billi was one of my very first interviews all the way back on episode [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 95 – Diversified Farming in The Pacific Northwest with Stéphanie Schiffgens

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 95 – Diversified Farming in The Pacific Northwest with Stéphanie Schiffgens

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_03_17_RuralWoman_EP095.mp3 Diversified Farming in The Pacific Northwest with Stéphanie Schiffgens Stephanie Schiffgens is a mother, a wife, a shepherd, a farmer who runs Appletree Farm, a small diversified farm in the Willamette Valley, in Oregon. Stephanie is a first generation farmer in the US but is no stranger to agriculture as she grew up on [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 93 – Sowing Seeds of Wellness Through Sustainability & Self-care with Siri Lorece

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 93 – Sowing Seeds of Wellness Through Sustainability & Self-care with Siri Lorece

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_02_28_RuralWoman_EP093.mp3 Sowing Seeds of Wellness Through Sustainability & Self-care with Siri Lorece Siri Lorece is a vocalist, musician, urban grower, podcast host and registered yoga teacher. She spends her time cultivating her start-up urban family farm, Creative Arts Farm in Los Angeles, CA. Their farm mission is Sowing Seeds of Wellness through sustainability & self-care [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 92 – #CdnAgDay Grazing Targhee Sheep on the Canadian Prairies with Krystal Nordick

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 92 – #CdnAgDay Grazing Targhee Sheep on the Canadian Prairies with Krystal Nordick

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_02_22_RuralWoman_EP092.mp3 #CdnAgDay Grazing Targhee Sheep on the Canadian Prairies with Krystal Nordick We're wrapping up our #CdnAgDay series on The Rural Woman Podcast with a wife, mother and rancher from Nokomis SK. Krystal Nordick and her husband Troy raise commercial Targhee ewes and a Angus based cow herd. On today’s show Krystal shares with us [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 91 – #CdnAgDay Farm to Table Dinners at The Old Red Barn with Melissa Schur

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 91 – #CdnAgDay Farm to Table Dinners at The Old Red Barn with Melissa Schur

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_02_18_RuralWoman_EP095_Corrected.mp3 Celebrating Canadian Agriculture Canada’s Agriculture Day started in 2016 and was launched as a day of celebration for farmers. February 23, 2021 brings special attention to our agricultural industry and the pride we share in growing food. You can check out the hashtag #cdnagday across social media to see the celebration happening across the [...]

Patron-Only Bonus Content – Ep.90 Extended: What does Lazuli Farms and Magnolia Market have in common? with Kylie Bartman

Patron-Only Bonus Content – Ep.90 Extended: What does Lazuli Farms and Magnolia Market have in common? with Kylie Bartman

Extended content from episode 90 with Kylie Bartman available to Patrons of The Rural Woman Podcast at the $10+ on Patreon. | Listen Here Hear the extended content from Kylie Bartman from episode 90 where we talk about how a trip to the Silos down in Waco, TX helped determine the vision, direction, and the name [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 90 – #CdnAgDay Building Connection to Local Food with Kylie Bartman

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 90 – #CdnAgDay  Building Connection to Local Food with Kylie Bartman

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_02_17_RuralWoman_EP090_Corrected.mp3 #CdnAgDay Building Connection to Local Food with Kylie Bartman On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Kylie Bartman. Kylie and her husband Scott are first generation farmers who both grew up in rural Alberta but not on farms.  Their farm Lazuli Farms started in 2017 with two pigs, 25 chickens [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 89 – Saving the Guinea Hogs with Cathy R. Payne

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 89 – Saving the Guinea Hogs with Cathy R. Payne

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theruralwomanpodcast/21_02_10_RuralWoman_EP089.mp3 Saving the Guinea Hogs with Cathy R. Payne Cathy R. Payne, Ed.D., retired from a thirty-three year teaching career in 2010. At age fifty-seven, she started a sustainable farm, Broad River Pastures, in Elberton, Georgia with her husband, Jon. The farm specialized in nutrient-dense food and heritage breeds of livestock. In her third year [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 88 – Nigerian Dwarf Goats & Kunekune Pigs with Nicole Poburan

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 88 – Nigerian Dwarf Goats & Kunekune Pigs with Nicole Poburan

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Nicole Poburan. Nicole grew up in a small community called Rocky Lane located in Northern Alberta participating in 4-h and helping out on her families mixed farming operation.  Nicole was a married mother of two with a career outside of agriculture when after receiving [...]

Patron-Only Bonus Content – Ep.87 Extended: How-to host a virtual farm tour with Charlotte Wasylik

Patron-Only Bonus Content – Ep.87 Extended: How-to host a virtual farm tour with Charlotte Wasylik

Extended content from episode 87 with Charlotte Wasylik available to Patrons of The Rural Woman Podcast at the $10+ on Patreon. | Listen Here The Rural Woman Podcast on Patreon If you’ve been enjoying The Rural Woman Podcast, please consider supporting the podcast through Patreon. For as little as $2, you can help ensure that you keep those [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 87 – Hosting Farm Tours Online & On The Farm with Charlotte Wasylik

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 87 – Hosting Farm Tours Online & On The Farm with Charlotte Wasylik

Bridging the Gap: Hosting Farm Tours Online & On The Farm with Charlotte Wasylik On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Charlotte Wasylik. Charlotte grew up and lives at Chatsworth Farm, a mixed farm near Vermilion, Alberta, started by her parents. They raise beef cattle, sheep, chickens for eggs and meat, [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 85 – Farm Run Farm with Renee Clark

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 85 – Farm Run Farm with Renee Clark

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Renee Clark. Renee is a third generation dairy farmer in Southwest Wisconsin. She is now part owner of the farm she grew up on, along with her husband and 7 other family members. Renee spends her mornings mixing feed for the cows while listening [...]

Patreon Exclusive Interview – Kayla Lobermeier | Under A Tin Roof

Patreon Exclusive Interview – Kayla Lobermeier | Under A Tin Roof

Couldn't get enough of Kayla Lobermeier in episode 81 of The Rural Woman Podcast? Hear more from Kayla's story in her Patreon exclusive interview. Starting in 2021 these interviews will be released for the $10 tier or higher. One last thing I want to announce, starting in the New Year ALL Patrons will have access [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 84 – Livestock Guardian Dogs with Renee Woods

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 84 – Livestock Guardian Dogs with Renee Woods

On this week's episode week of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Renee Woods. Renee Woods was born and raised on the East Coast and has always loved animals. She knew she wanted to dedicate her life to caring for them in some capacity. Her first job out of college was a canine reproduction clinic. [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 83 – You Asked, I Answered – Ask Katelyn Anything

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 83 – You Asked, I Answered – Ask Katelyn Anything

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you asked the questions and I gave the answers! I haven't done an AKA (Ask Katelyn Anything) since way back on episode 23 of the show. Thanks to all of those who submitted their question through Instagram Stories and over on The Rural Woman Podcast Community [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 82 – Pasteurized Goat’s Milk & Farmstead Cheeses with Maria Stewart

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 82 – Pasteurized Goat’s Milk & Farmstead Cheeses with Maria Stewart

https://theruralwomanpodcast.libsyn.com/pasteurized-goats-milk-farmstead-cheeses-with-maria-stewart On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Maria Stewart. Maria, along with her husband, own and operate Gorgeous Goat Creamery. Located in New Jersey, Gorgeous Goat Creamery offers pasteurized goat's milk and farmstead cheeses direct to consumer. They also make small-batch, handcrafted goats milk soap. Their mission is to increase [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 81 – Homesteading and Flower Farming with Kayla Lobermeier

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll meet Kayla Lobermeier. Kayla is one half to the mother-daughter duo creators of Under A Tin Roof. She is a mother & wife, first-generation farmer, freelance writer, embroidery artist, and master gardener. She lives in rural Iowa and works a small flower farm with her [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 79 – Unapologetically Fancy AF with Courtenay DeHoff

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 79 – Unapologetically Fancy AF with Courtenay DeHoff

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll meet Courtenay DeHoff. You never know where you will find her!  One weekend DeHoff may be hosting on-air inside Madison Square Garden for the Professional Bull Riders and the next she is speaking to a group of ranchers in small town America. A self labeled [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 77 – Suicide Awareness & Prevention Month Part 5: Remembering David with Katie Lyons

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 77 – Suicide Awareness & Prevention Month Part 5: Remembering David with Katie Lyons

[TW/CW: MH, MI] This episode of The Rural Woman Podcast contains discussion of mental health, mental illness, discussion of suicide. These themes may be upsetting to some listeners. If you or a loved one find yourself needing emotional support or are in crisis please note the following resources: Crisis Services Canada: 1-833-456-4566 or send a text [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 72 – Building The Bridge To Loveland Acres Farm with Scarlett Salamone

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 72 – Building The Bridge To Loveland Acres Farm with Scarlett Salamone

https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/15790781/height/360/theme/standard/thumbnail/yes/direction/backward/ On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Scarlett Salamone. A chronically ill former inner city special education teacher gone calf loving, goat toting, chicken chasing, duck herding, sheep shearing dairy farmer. Scarlett grew up on the heels of her dad and uncles on her grandparents’ livestock farm  in IL hoping [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 70 – Live Your Big Life with Dallas James

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 70 – Live Your Big Life with Dallas James

https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/15702458/height/360/theme/standard/thumbnail/yes/direction/backward/ On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Dallas James. Dallas is a farmer which is something that she never thought she’d say. A former professional musician, mom to three and wife to a police officer she was ready for a life change once she hit 40! Born in Europe to [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 67 – Transition Planning with Agriculture Transition Specialist, Annessa Good: Part 1

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 67 – Transition Planning with Agriculture Transition Specialist, Annessa Good: Part 1

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Annessa Good. Annessa is an Agriculture Transition Specialist at Farm Credit Canada where she helps people start the transition conversation, giving them the tools and resources to work towards goals that keep their operations viable and sustainable.  Annessa recently moved back to the family [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 64 – Raising Pasture Poultry with Nicole Vernon

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 64 – Raising Pasture Poultry with Nicole Vernon

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Nicole Vernon. Nicole is co-owner of Vernon Family Farm, a non GMO pastured poultry farm on the Seacoast of New Hampshire. She is a farmer, a Spanish teacher, a bilingual mama of 3 adventurous farm girls, a committed wife, a serious multi-tasker and a [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 61 – June Dairy Month Part 3: Cheese Please! with Naomi De Ruiter

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 61 – June Dairy Month Part 3: Cheese Please! with Naomi De Ruiter

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Naomi De Ruiter who is a first-generation dairy farmer and the Modern Milkmaid at Birdsong Farm, where she raises registered Jersey cows and teaches cheese making classes. Naomi was 14 when she got her first cow, a Jersey-cross she named Blossom, and she fell [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 60 – June Dairy Month Part 2: Brown Swiss & Holsteins & Cats, Oh my! with Becca Hilby

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 60 – June Dairy Month Part 2: Brown Swiss & Holsteins & Cats, Oh my! with Becca Hilby

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast we're continuing June Dairy Month with Becca Hilby. Becca is a first generation dairy farmer from America’s Dairy Land, Wisconsin. Becca and her husband, Joey, live on his family’s farm with their three year old daughter Sophia, and one year old son, Joseph. They raise steers, [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 59 – June Dairy Month Part 1: Don’t Downplay Your Farmer-ness with Sarah Sache

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 59 – June Dairy Month Part 1: Don’t Downplay Your Farmer-ness with Sarah Sache

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Canadian dairy producer Sarah Sache. Sarah operates West River Farm Ltd. in Rosedale, BC alongside her husband Gene and brother in law Grant. In her twelve years farming she has worked to become well connected in the dairy industry and agriculture community both locally [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 58 – You’re Either a Goat Person or a Sheep Person with Sara Beth Johnson

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 58 – You’re Either a Goat Person or a Sheep Person with Sara Beth Johnson

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll hear from Sara Beth Johnson from Flying Pig Cattle Co. in Arkansas. Sara Beth along with her husband own and operate a commercial cow/calf operation, raise meat goats, and even have a few miniature Hereford cattle for fun. Sara Beth also works off the farm [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 57 – From Fashion to Farming: The Journey to Carbon Beneficial Wool with Star Hoerauf

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 57 – From Fashion to Farming: The Journey to Carbon Beneficial Wool with Star Hoerauf

On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet fashionista turned first generation Farmer Star Hoerauf. Star worked in the clothing and fashion industry for many years before she made the jump into farming where she began raising Blue Faced Lester sheep. She says there have always been three key elements throughout her [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 56 – The Next Generation of Farming with The Prairie Farm Project

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 56 – The Next Generation of Farming with The Prairie Farm Project

On this week’s episode of you’ll meet Dana, Jenna, and Nikki of The Prairie Farm Project. The Prairie Farm Project is a partnership of Central Alberta producers dedicated to providing nutritionally dense and ethically raised food and other farm products to families. Together, Lady’s Hat Farm, Redtail Farms and Lazy T Farm market their products [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 54 – Preserving Rural Community in The Maritimes with Alicia Parsons Lushington

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 54 – Preserving Rural Community in The Maritimes with Alicia Parsons Lushington

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll meet Alicia Parsons Lushington. Alicia grew up in rural Nova Scotia surrounded by chickens, horses, dairy cows, honey bees and gardens and woods. She attended the Nova Scotia Agricultural College first with thoughts of becoming a vet but soon distracted by the world of plants [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 52: Meat Goat Farming with Leslie Svacina from Cylon Rolling Acres

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 52: Meat Goat Farming with Leslie Svacina from Cylon Rolling Acres

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Leslie Svacina who owns and runs Cylon Rolling Acres, a grass-based livestock farm near Deer Park in Western Wisconsin. Leslie, with the help of her husband Scott and their two kiddos raise  Boer-Kiko cross goats for meat on pasture. Leslie Svacina | BIO Leslie [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 51 – Feeding The Farm with Deanne Frieders from This Farm Girl Cooks

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 51 – Feeding The Farm with Deanne Frieders from This Farm Girl Cooks

On the week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Deanne Frieders. Wife to a farmer and mother of four, Deanne Frieders is the blogger behind This Farm Girl Cooks. Her focus is on simple, delicious meals your family will actually eat! If you love easy meals, a sprinkle of humor and a dash [...]

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 49 – Raising Gotland Sheep with Kim Goodling

The Rural Woman Podcast Episode 49 – Raising Gotland Sheep with Kim Goodling

On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll hear from Kim Goodling. Kim is shepherd to a flock of Gotland sheep on a hillside farm in Vermont. Kim and her husband began homesteading many years ago as a way to provide healthy food for their family,  live a self sufficient lifestyle, and participate in Vermont's rich [...]