Jenna Hobbs from The Hobbs Farm and the creator of the Homegrown Source Book joins us on this episode! The Homegrown Source Book is a curation of knowledge, wisdom, recipes, and art by rural women all over the world. It is a digital publication (soon to be print) that supports each woman for their valuable
Kyle Nahirniak joins us to talk about the Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation (RHRAF). Kyle is a farmer who was born and raised in Round Hill and is an active community member and participant in the RHRAF. The Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation was created by the community of Round Hill in 2020. In September
It is always a good day when you are talking about cattle! Adam Black from Irvineside Cattle Company joins me in this episode to answer some questions about the cattle show world. Have you ever wondered what is going on at a cattle show? Why are these shows important? Is cattle shampoo a real thing?
On the latest episode of the Rural Opportunities Podcast, we talk with Kylie Bartman of Lazuli Farms. Kylie, her husband Scott and their three kids are the farmers at Lazuli Farms. A pharmacist and a farmer, Kylie shares with us the journey of Lazuli Farms. She is passionate about community and local food. Lazuli Farms
In this episode of the podcast, we had a great conversation with four of the amazing ladies from Young Agrarians . We talked about regenerative agriculture, diversity and inclusiveness in farming and much more. Young Agrarians (YA) is a farmer-to-farmer educational resource network for new and young ecological, organic and regenerative farmers in Canada. They
In this episode, we sat down to talk with Jake Vermeer of Vermeer Dairy Ltd. Farming has been in Jake’s family for many generations, so you can be sure he knows the ins and outs of dairy farming. We discuss such things as the environmental impact of dairy farms, milk alternatives, engagements and super cows.
In the latest episode of the Rural Opportunities Podcast, our CEO Dianne Kohler interviews Alberta Agriculture national treasure, Dianne Finstad. Join the two Dianne’s for a broad discussion on Agriculture Societies, volunteer boards and the gift of serving. *We apologize in advance for the first bit of audio, we had some technical difficulties this time