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47 minutes | May 12, 2021
Mental Health Matters
It's #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth! Join in the conversation as we talk to Sara Coen, a licensed mental health therapist from Iowa about what we can all do to help ourselves and others when it comes to being emotionally healthy on this week's episode of FarmHer Talks.
52 minutes | May 7, 2021
Bonus Episode: Silo the Film Coming to a Theater Near You
This week on FarmHer Talks we're diving into a deep topic centering around safety on the farm. We’ll start with Sam Goldberg, producer of the feature-length film, Silo on his why and how and what he hopes we all can learn from his film to celebrate the film being released worldwide today, May 7th. Find it in a theater near you! Then we’ll hear from Marilyn Adams, a FarmHer who has lived out this horrible tragedy.
41 minutes | May 6, 2021
Finding Your Place as a Woman in Agriculture Leadership
As the number of people in agriculture grows smaller but the footprint to feed grows larger, it is imperative that people put themselves out there by participating in leadership roles. People like Sue Tronchetti. She wears a number of hats, including FarmHer, small business owner, and leader on many boards in the agriculture industry. Learn more about her journey, tips on how to get involved, and the valuable lessons learned on this Nationwide #EverybodyEats FarmHer Talks episode.
48 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
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.
38 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
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!
22 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
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.
36 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
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.
16 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
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.
37 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
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.
30 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
A Pioneer For All Women In Agriculture
As we continue the conversation around farming and all of its complexity, I wanted to highlight a side of agriculture we don't often hear about: Media. We all rely on media to break down the subject of agriculture and inform ourselves and others. Media can teach farmers how to effectively and efficiently get our food from farm to table. When I think of agriculture media, one name comes immediately to mind: Sara Wyant. She is a pioneer for all women, not only in agriculture but also in the media industry.
47 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Walk a Mile In Their Shoes
We're talking about diversity in the workplace on this episode of FarmHer Talks. Listen in as Marji chats with Claudia Schabel, President of Schabel Solutions. She works with businesses to diffuse the dangers of unconscious bias from overlooked potential to outright trainwrecks.
44 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Women Make History Everyday
Little girls with dreams become women with vision. We're celebrating Women's History Month! Listen in as Marji chats with three strong and intelligent women, Lexi, Carly, and Cristen about women who made history. From governors to the creators of beer, medical syringes, and dishwashers, this is an episode you won't want to miss!
92 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
We're Celebrating FFA Week and the FarmHers Who Participate
It’s FFA week and we are celebrating fifty-one years of women being a part of the organization. Listen in to FarmHer Talks as Marji chats with Jennifer Maruszewski of FMC and Caitlin Remington an FFA advisor at Bondurant Schools. Then we keep the National FFA Week party going with singer Tenille Townes and Molly Ball of National FFA. Hear about their journeys since then and how they are helping the next generation still today.
59 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
A Conversation Centered Around Farm Safety
This week on FarmHer Talks we're diving into a deep topic centering around safety on the farm. We’ll start with Sam Goldberg, producer of the feature-length film, Silo on his why, how, and what he hopes we all can learn from his film. Then we’ll hear from Marilyn Adams, a FarmHer who has lived out this horrible tragedy on this week's FarmHer Talks.
32 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
A Rising Woman Leader Shares How She Embraces Being the Only One
Join in the conversation with Dr. Olga U. Bolden-Tiller about how embracing being the only one in a situation has helped her rise as a woman leader in agriculture.
46 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
A Rising Tide
We're celebrating women who go beyond boundaries in agriculture. First, Marji visits with female FFA officers as National FFA week quickly approaches. Then, they switch gears to a woman who is not a stranger from firsts. As the first African American female to hold her position, Rosalind Fox continues to break through barriers as an example for other women considering careers in manufacturing. From her humble beginning in St. Louis, MO to a valued team member at one of the most recognizable companies in the world, she teaches us all the power of persistence.
38 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Meet the Woman Leading Feeding America
If you have donated to a local food bank, chances are it started with Feeding America. Feeding America is a United States-based non-profit organization. It is a nationwide network consisting of more than 200 food banks. On average, they feed more than 46 million people and 5 billion meals through food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and other community-based agencies. FarmHer had the pleasure of chatting with their Chief Executive Officer, Claire Babineaux-Fontenot about being a woman who is a leader in this industry and how they are ensuring that everybody eats.
40 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
The FarmHer Team Recaps 2020
We rounded up the FarmHerd and recapped our 2020. Listen in as the FarmHer Team talks about their successes and struggles in the last year and where they see 2021 going.
47 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
Dancing into 2021 like, I got this!
We're dancing into 2021 like we got THIS! Join us as we talk to our favorite fitness guru, Katie Crow about how to stay on track with our health resolutions, and then we'll talk to Anne Ahmann, a professional organizer about easy ways to declutter and lighten our load on this episode of FarmHer Talks.
35 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
How FarmHers Can Fix Food Waste
In another Everybody Eats episode of FarmHer Talk take a deep dive into food waste and learn some ways that you can make a change in your community from community leader and food advocate Aubrey Alvarez of Eat Greater Des Moines.
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