Join Founder and Host Marji Alaniz in thoughtful conversations to connect and inspire the FarmHer in all of us.
You Are Not Alone
On this episode of FarmHer Talks, we are focusing on mental health, an issue that is becoming a problem in agriculture. Within the agriculture industry, suicide rates have increased by 40% within the last two decades. Together, we all can elevate this conversation and bring awareness to the topic. Join Marji as she talks to Adrienne DeSutter about how you can help and the hope she has for rural communities and the agriculture industry.
Dear FarmHer, Help Me Grow My Tomatoes
Marji doesn't like tomatoes and never has. But leave it to FarmHer Jennie Smith of Butcher Crick Farms in Iowa to get her to try a few varieties and change her mind. Listen in to this episode of FarmHer Talks where Marji and Jennie discuss varieties of tomatoes, how to plant them, successful growing methods, and of course, the best way to eat them!
A Community Coming Together and Farmers Helping Farmers
When the unexpected happened, Taylen Abarr and her farming community pulled together to make the best of an unfortunate situation. Listen in as we talk to Taylen about the farmers who created a harvest day when her family needed help the most on this Everybody Eats Nationwide sponsored episode of FarmHer Talks.
Diggin' Into Life With the Soil Sisters
This week on FarmHer Talks, we are having some Wisconsin fun! Marji is talking with a few FarmHers that she met on the road, who have done things their way and are winning in that space. Meet Lisa Kivrist and Kriss Marion, the Soil Sisters! Both are FarmHers, entrepreneurs, political activists, and all-around fun people.
Tips and Tricks From a Work-From-Home Pro
This podcast is for the unstoppable work-from-home moms! Listen in as we head to Chelsie's Chatter on FarmHer Talks to chat with Holly Spangler, a work-from-home pro! She gives all her tips and tricks for working from home and how having her children around the farm all day was truly a blessing in disguise.
Who Are the Food Heroes That You Never See?
Every single part of agriculture is essential. As we kick off National Farmworker Awareness Week (March 25-31, 2021), we revisit an important conversation with Daniel Hoffman-Zinnel with Proteus, Inc. To continue our look at the ways that food makes it to our plates, we’re taking a look at the people who are often behind the scenes on farms, but front and center to making sure the food gets to our table are the farmworkers. There are 2.5 million agriculture laborers working day in and day out to plant, care for, harvest, process, pack and ship the food from the fields to the store.
There’s nothing like a FarmHer ❤️ 🐄
Listening to “The show must go on” broughtTears to my eyes. As a farm girl who grew up showing cows, I know first hand how special, memorable and important those years were. The women that stepped up to create an event where people could still show off their livestock and experience their version of the fair. It was awesome to hear. I love this podcast and how Marji is sharing the stories of FarmHers in agriculture. Farming It truly is becoming a lost “art.” Well done. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
I just love farmher it is the best tv show EVER and podcast 😀
Great production value!
Seriously, thank you for putting in the effort to create a quality podcast. It’s much more enjoyable to listen. 👌