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Hey folks, I’m taking a break from releasing new episodes of The Rural Woman Podcast during Harvest 2021, but not to worry – we’ll be rereleasing some of your favourite interviews in the meantime to keep you company. Welcome to this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast. Today’s episode is a little different as you’ll be hearing me be interview…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Dr. Natasha Kutryk, DVM. Dr. Kutryk grew up on a farm in north-eastern Alberta. The youngest of four children, she was always highly competitive with her older siblings, and it was no surprise when she started her post-secondary career at the University of Alberta in the College of Agri…
 
On this episode of Maybe You Can Relate, I’ll be speaking about a situation that happened recently online that caused quite a stir up in Agriculture. Recently, a fellow female producer sent out a Tweet questioning why agriculture still pushing the ‘Farm Wife’ narrative which I'll dive into. To hear the full episode, head on over to Patreon.com and …
 
Hey folks, I’m taking a break from releasing new episodes of The Rural Woman Podcast during Harvest 2021, but not to worry – we’ll be rereleasing some of your favourite interviews in the meantime to keep you company. On this week’s Replay episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll get to meet my fellow Albertan Kristin Graves from Fifth Gen Gardens…
 
Hey folks, I’m taking a break from releasing new episodes of The Rural Woman Podcast during Harvest 2021, but not to worry – we’ll be rereleasing some of your favourite interviews in the meantime to keep you company. On this week’s Replay episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Scarlett Salamone. A chronically ill former inner city special …
 
Hey folks, I’m taking a break from releasing new episodes of The Rural Woman Podcast during Harvest 2021, but not to worry – we’ll be rereleasing some of your favourite interviews in the meantime to keep you company. On this week’s REPLAY episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll get to meet Kristen Primrose from Primrose Lane Farm where they rais…
 
Hey folks, I’m taking a break from releasing new episodes of The Rural Woman Podcast during Harvest 2021, but not to worry – we’ll be rereleasing some of your favourite interviews in the meantime to keep you company. On this week’s REPLAY episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll hear from Nicole Masters who is an internationally-recognized Agroeco…
 
Hey folks, I’m taking a break from releasing new episodes of The Rural Woman Podcast during Harvest 2021, but not to worry - we’ll be rereleasing some of your favourite interviews in the meantime to keep you company. This week there’s a brand new episode of my Patreon Exclusive Podcast - Maybe you can relate. It’s the one where we stop saying we’re…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Sarah Cross. Sarah was born and raised in sunny SoCal and never imagined she would be living on a 36 acre, semi-off grid homestead in rural Indiana. Sarah, along with her husband, have made a conscientious shift from a consumer-driven city to an intentional life in the country with a fo…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Stacy Bronec. Stacy grew up in a small town in Wyoming, and fully planned to become a "city girl" after college. She envisioned a life of high heels, a high-rise apartment, and take-out on every corner. Today, she finds herself wearing boots, in a ranch-style home, with take-out over 50…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Arneisha Smallwood. Arneisha is the Founder of Agriculture is Life™, a t-shirt brand committed to highlighting women of colour in food, agriculture, and related fields. In 2020, she released the first season of the Agriculture is Life Podcast, to further amplify the voices of women of c…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Rachel Jarman. In 2017 Rachel and her husband started their own mixed operation, Bank Barn Meats, where they now direct market hand raised pork,chicken, lamb and beef. May of 2019 . As a Rural Rehabilitation Coordinator her job is to help farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural worker…
 
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 Health. Prior to her time DWH. Jessika has worked as the Agricultural Division Manager for her nation and has …
 
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 been a foundation in Abby’s life. Even when life was pulling her in different directions, …
 
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 farming business. She has ditched sipping cappuccinos at urban coffee shops …
 
On this special episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll hear a conversation between myself and fellow podcaster Bev Ross, cohost of Drink & Farm + host of The Joy Farmer Podcast. We're discussing our most recent joint venture, Positively Farming Media. Positively Farming Media is a hub for creators in the food and agriculture space to connect an…
 
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 next 5 years, she worked for a commercial apiary caring for bee…
 
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 fresh start Elaine accidentally turned their old homestead’ with 2 llama into an alpaca and cut flo…
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet meet Colah B. Tawkin. A mom, comedian, Host of the renowned podcast Black in the Garden, and lifelong nature-lover, Colah draws on the strength of her ancestors and her awe-inspiring range of life experiences as she becomes the ultimate “plantrepreneur.” In a world where all the garden fair…
 
On this bonus episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Jennifer Web. Jen is Local Line’s Customer Success Manager, leading their success and support teams. She loves chatting with local producers in both Canada and the US and helping them grow their businesses. She works closely with Local Line customers, including Melissa Ballard from Blueg…
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Melissa Ballard. Melissa lives and farms in the beautiful Bluegrass State of Kentucky, along with her husband, Josh, who is also a veterinarian. If you had told Melissa 20 years ago that she would be raising and selling grass fed beef for a living, she would have laughed. But life is funny …
 
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 she wanted to expand. They are now remodeling the dairy so they can process their mi…
 
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 was established by the Clark’s in 2016 but their roots go much deeper than that. The sap collected to m…
 
Today, on my 100th episode - I want to share with you some of the biggest lessons and takeaways I’ve learned in the last two years - as well as answer an important question I received from the Patrons of the Podcast. For full show notes including links in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com https://wildrosefarmer.com/100 Get Patron-Onl…
 
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 she…
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Abra Morawiec. Abra is one half of the team at Feisty Acres located in the North Fork of Long Island, New York. Abra and her partner Chris grow and care for pasture raised game birds and specialty poultry. We chat about the different unique birds they raise as well as discuss the topic o…
 
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 uncle's farm, to where she is today on her beautiful farm in North Carolina, Megan has …
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Marcia Cripps. Marcia is agronomist, licensed Pest Control Advisor and has recently moved back to her home state of Michigan to work with potato growers. We chat about Marcia’s journey into the field of agronomy and how she hopes to inspire and connect others, specifically women, to the…
 
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 3 of the podcast. Billi is an author, photographer, speaker and writer from east-central Alberta, Canada. Previously a city-living, 9-5 Government worker…
 
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 a large scale produce farm in the South West of France. Stephanie shares with us how she spends day…
 
Bev Ross, Joy Farmer and co-host of the Drink and Farm podcast, moved her family from the desert suburbs of Phoenix, AZ to rural Ohio. There she's raising a variety of animals from donkeys to ducks and is growing fresh food to feed her family. Today we talk all about Bev’s journey to finding joy in farming and she shared her words of wisdom and gar…
 
On this episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Siri Lorece. Siri 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 awareness. …
 
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 why they chose to focus their energy on raising sheep in what is predominantly cattle country. We als…
 
#CdnAgDay Farm to Table Dinners at The Old Red Barn with Melissa Schur Today we’ll be speaking with 4th generation dairy producer, Melissa Schur. Melissa lives on and grew up on Glen Park Holsteins Dairy Farm located in Leduc County Alberta. Melissa shares with us how they have transformed an old red barn into The Old Red Barn which is an event ven…
 
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 and a goal to grow their own healthy nutritious food while showing their kids where food comes f…
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Cathy R. Payne, Ed.D. Cathy 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…
 
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 her Nutrition Diplo…
 
On this special replay of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll hear from Kelsey Jorissen Olesen. Kelsey is a first generation female farmer from Southeastern Wisconsin. She is a published author, fellow podcaster, chicken tender, and crunchy earth mama. Today we’re talking about something a little different that I think you all are going to find super u…
 
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, geese, ducks, turkey, and grow grain and legume crops. Charlotte is passionate about ag education an…
 
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 knowled…
 
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 to podcasts and jamming to some T Swift an…
 
Surprise! I know I said I would be taking some time off from releasing new episodes until the New Year but I just wanted to pop on here quickly for a couple of reasons. The first being, I wanted to share with you one of my Patreon Exclusive interviews that my Patrons can look forward to in the New Year. This exclusive chat is with Dahlia Dill from …
 
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. That’s right, she spent her days making puppies! …
 
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 Facebook page. For show notes, including …
 
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 incre…
 
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 family amongst one of th…
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll meet Dahlia Dill. Dahlia grew up on both a dairy farm, and a full time farm where her parents raised grass fed Belted Galloway beef cattle, produced hay, and grew market gardens for cut flowers in Lee, New Hampshire. Dahlia and her husband, Mark, both attended the University of New Hampshire…
 
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 “Fancy Lady Cowgirl” ™ DeHoff takes …
 
Hey guys, it’s October which some of you may know it’s National Pork Month or Porktober - but did you know that October is also reserved for another, perhaps lesser known protein? That’s right, October is also Goatober! What started as a small campaign back in 2011 to prolong the lives of billy goats and to put a delicious, ethical meat on the menu…
 
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