57 min

Fighting to keep the family farm - a conversation with Cynthia Ryan Female Farmer Project Podcast

    • Society & Culture

The common media representation of agriculture is one sentimentality — of bucolic green fields with grazing livestock or amber grain fields being harvested with synchronous combines. In our conversation with Cynthia Ryan we dig deeper. She is a woman who wears many hats; farmer, university professor, caregiver, wife, writer, mother, daughter. Cynthia eschews the sentimentality and strips the varnish off and gives us a true look into the battle to save the family farm.

SHOW NOTES:
www.femalefarmerproject.org/the-podcast/2021/9/21/fighting-to-keep-the-family-farm-a-conversation-with-cynthia-ryan

LETS CONNECT:
www.twitter.com/femalefarmers
www.instagram.com/rootedinthevalley/
www.facebook.com/FemaleFarmerProject/
www.femalefarmerproject.org

The common media representation of agriculture is one sentimentality — of bucolic green fields with grazing livestock or amber grain fields being harvested with synchronous combines. In our conversation with Cynthia Ryan we dig deeper. She is a woman who wears many hats; farmer, university professor, caregiver, wife, writer, mother, daughter. Cynthia eschews the sentimentality and strips the varnish off and gives us a true look into the battle to save the family farm.

SHOW NOTES:
www.femalefarmerproject.org/the-podcast/2021/9/21/fighting-to-keep-the-family-farm-a-conversation-with-cynthia-ryan

LETS CONNECT:
www.twitter.com/femalefarmers
www.instagram.com/rootedinthevalley/
www.facebook.com/FemaleFarmerProject/
www.femalefarmerproject.org

57 min

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