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The Rural Woman Podcast is a collection of stories from women in farming, ranching, homesteading, agriculture and more. Each of these women are doing life in their own unique way and sharing their stories. Tune in each episode to be inspired by these amazing Rural Women. Hosted by Katelyn Duban (@WildRoseFarmer)

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The Rural Woman Podcast is a collection of stories from women in farming, ranching, homesteading, agriculture and more. Each of these women are doing life in their own unique way and sharing their stories. Tune in each episode to be inspired by these amazing Rural Women. Hosted by Katelyn Duban (@WildRoseFarmer)

    Innovation and Creativity at The Farmers Market with Megan Harris

    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 uncle's farm, to where she is today on her beautiful farm in North Carolina, Megan has never been afraid to get my hands dirty. Today we chat about how Megan, along with the board members of the Downtown South Boston Farmers Market, overcame the obstacles of running a farmers market through a pandemic and continued to provide a great environment and a memorable experience for their customers.
    For show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
    https://wildrosefarmer.com/2021/04/09/episode-97-harris-homesteader/
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    Patreon Executive Producer | Sarah R. | Happiness by The Acre
    Editing | Max Hofer | MixBär Studio

    • 37 min
    In the Field of Agronomy with Marcia Cripps

    In the Field of Agronomy with Marcia Cripps

    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 industry.
    For show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
    https://wildrosefarmer.com/2021/04/02/episode-96-marcia-cripps/
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    Patreon Executive Producer | Sarah R. | Happiness by The Acre
    Editing | Max Hofer | MixBär Studio

    • 22 min
    The Rural Woman Podcast 2nd Anniversary - Sneak Peak of Patron-Only Episode with Billi J. Miller

    The Rural Woman Podcast 2nd Anniversary - Sneak Peak of Patron-Only Episode 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 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, Billi moved to the country to marry the man of her dreams in 2010, and traded concrete and traffic for life on a 100-year old prairie farm.
    Our initial intent for this interview was to talk about her newest publishing – Bubble Took A Trip, a children’s book she wrote and self published with her two daughters. We ended up having a meaningful conversation about Billi’s recent farmhouse renovation and what it’s like being the in-law in a multigenerational farmhouse that I left in the interview. I think this is one of my top 5 favourite conversations I’ve had on the show.
    For show notes including links mentioned in today's episode, head to WildRoseFarmer.com
    https://wildrosefarmer.com/2021/03/22/patron-only-billi-j-miller/
     
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    Patreon Executive Producer | Sarah R. | Happiness by The Acre
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    • 10 min
    Diversified Farming in The Pacific Northwest with Stéphanie Schiffgens

    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 a large scale produce farm in the South West of France. Stephanie shares with us how she spends days  tending to her small flock of Gotland sheep, growing food, flowers and eggs, producing wool, managing a small farmstay on Appletree Farm. 
    For show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
    https://wildrosefarmer.com/2021/03/19/episode-95-appletree-farm/
    Extended Content | Listen Here
    Support my work on Patreon | Learn More
    Patreon Executive Producer | Sarah R. | Happiness by The Acre
    Editing | Max Hofer | MixBär Studio
    The Rural Woman Podcast 2nd Anniversary Giveaway | Learn More

    • 45 min
    Mastering the Art of Joy Farming with Bev Ross

    Mastering the Art of Joy Farming with Bev Ross

    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 gardening advice.
    For show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
    https://wildrosefarmer.com/2021/03/12/episode-94-joy-farmer/ 
    Support my work on Patreon | Learn More
    Patreon Executive Producer | Sarah R. | Happiness by The Acre
    Editing | Max Hofer | MixBär Studio
    The Rural Woman Podcast 2nd Anniversary Giveaway | Learn More

    • 42 min
    Sowing Seeds of Wellness Through Sustainability & Self-care with Siri Lorece

    Sowing Seeds of Wellness Through Sustainability & Self-care with Siri Lorece

    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. Siri and her family lives in a partially off-grid 200sqft tiny house with the goal of being a guide to others on their sustainability, homesteading, and holistic wellness journey. 
    For full show notes including links mentioned in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com
    https://wildrosefarmer.com/2021/03/05/episode-93-siri-lorece/
    Extended Content | Listen Here
    Support my work on Patreon | Learn More
    Patreon Executive Producer | Sarah R. | Happiness by The Acre
    Editing | Max Hofer | MixBär Studio
    The Rural Woman Podcast 2nd Anniversary Giveaway | Learn More

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

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54 Ratings

54 Ratings

niknaktooe ,

I love this podcast!

I'm recently engaged to a 4th generation Saskatchewan Rancher, and just moved out to their family farm last fall. Listening to all the stories from women in ag is so inspiring, and every episode always leaves me with more ideas to try! This spring I am planting my very first vegetable and cut flower gardens. We also recently had our first beehive delivered, and I am currently saving for a duck and chicken coop! This podcast has made all my dreams feel achievable, and helps me believe one day I'll be able to quit my town job and farm full time. Thank you so much Katelyn for always finding the best ladies in the industry for interviews! You keep my drives in to work (and my Instagram feed) full of smart, driven, and powerful rural women!

JennaKGall ,

Beyond grateful for this podcast

Thank you!! For this podcast and for everything you do. I grew up in conventional agriculture, now work in renewable energy and am striving to create a small farm of our own. This podcast is a hub of information, innovative and inspiration for women in agriculture and I am so grateful for your work. Thank you!

1Whitecloud ,

Comfort and joy!

This podcast never fails to lift me up. Farming can feel so isolating at times and it is easy to become discouraged with the roller coaster that is farm life. Katelyn does a great job of introducing me to a wide range of women who have provided so much inspiration and comfort to me as a new farmer. Thank you so much for the opportunity to hear these stories.

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