Jenny Angius from the Reno-based nonprofit organization Urban Roots Teaching Farm tells us about learning lessons through gardening.
Jonah Curtis tells us how a childhood spent exploring the outdoors has led to a fulfilling homesteading life that includes foraging treasures like Pheasant Back mushrooms.
Marisa Mender-Franklin, owner of Memphis micro-flower farm Midtown Bramble & Bloom, tells us how flowers help to build community.
Stephanie Cutmore from the Western Australia-based Indara Farms tells us how early permaculture planning sessions really paid off for the cut-flower operation.
Kallie Sizemore of Quarter Acre Farm tells us how her chicken-focused farming adventure has become a form of beneficial growing therapy.
Isaiah Powell from DragonSpunk, a San Francisco organization, tells us why local green spaces are so necessary and soil is the new oil.
Ruby Wolf Farm founder Lauren Slingluff tells us how early memories of her mom’s floor loom helped inspire her own fiber farm.
Telo Anderson from the Wisconsin-based homestead tells us about using a farm stand to forge connections with the local community.
Wild Rose Farm founder Jessica Lubic tells us how her goats helped clear up acres of blackberry bushes and weedsâ€”and now provide delicious on-farm dairy.
We talk to Melanie MacInnes from Locality Brewing, a British Columbia-based farm brewery, about hand-scything, antique threshers and their super-local process.