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Clearing a New Path podcast is an invitation to listen to, and learn from the stories of underrepresented women entrepreneurs in rural Canada and the organizations and services that support them. Each episode, guests speak authentic truth, because it's the truth that connects us. And each one inspires us to take up space, within our own communities, and within the business world and they remind us that each path can be messy and unique.Produced by Radar Media. Art and music branding by Imagi ...
 
Middle of Everywhere shares big stories from the small places we call home. Rich with examples of tribalism and kinship, skepticism and idealism, defeat and triumph, we tell stories of life in rural and small town America. Hosts Ariel Lavery, a transient American who has settled in small town Murray, Kentucky, and Austin Carter, a Murray and rural life native, take the pulse of an overlooked geographic news region. They provide a connection for those who have left, but still identify with sm ...
 
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Farming food & fashion for a discerning world is serious business in Aotearoa New Zealand. The challenge has been laid before us to embrace a changing world and balance business that is sensitive to people, profit and the environment. Sarah’s Country connects knowledge and shines the light on the matters that matter most to New Zealand’s biggest industry, the primary sector. “There are opportunities everywhere just waiting for open-minded people to take bold and brave leadership and support ...
 
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On this episode, presented by Massey Ferguson and Hesston, Julie Davis, Senior Director of Workforce Development for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers discusses the importance of public-private partnerships in developing programs that foster workforce and economic development. Eric Dean, President of the International Association of Bridge…
 
On this episode, presented by Massey Ferguson and Hesston, Certis Biologicals’ Rob Gibson discusses the company’s partnership with another ag bio leader, Novozymes. We have details on the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Federal Milk Marketing Order Forum, which will be held in Kansas City this October. We also discuss the importance of farm succe…
 
On this episode, American Farm Bureau Federation Golden Plow Award Winner Sen. John Boozman (R-Arkansas), discusses the state of the agriculture industry, rural broadband and the 2023 Farm Bill. White House Council of Economic Advisors Member Jared Bernstein returns to discuss the second-quarter GDP report and the latest Federal Reserve interest ra…
 
Cindy Crowe, Elder, Lodgekeeper, Author, is a band member of the Opwaaganisiniing (Red Rock Indian Band) located an hour east of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Since 1994, Cindy has been bridging gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and communities. Cindy’s life purpose is to share a message of love and interconnectedness and she creates space …
 
On this episode, National Farmers Union President Rob Larew and Senior Advisor Anne Steckel discuss some of the pressing issues in agriculture including the 2023 farm bill, labor and biofuels. Tim Koch, Executive Vice President of Business Development for Farm Credit Services of America, talks about rising farmland values in some parts of the Unite…
 
Lynette Mader was raised in rural Middlesex County. She got her career start with a job as public relations manager for Turkey Farmers of Canada in Mississauga and from there, took a marketing job at what was then, Cold Springs Farm in Thamesford. This brought her back to the London area where she met her husband - one of the owners of Bellamere Co…
 
On this Episode, Massey Ferguson’s Adam Sills discusses the company’s 175 anniversary celebration and looks to the brand’s future, driven by innovation. White House Council of Economic Advisers member Jared Bernstein discusses the June Consumer Price Index and inflation’s impact on rural America. Jesse Allen and Global Commodity Analytics’ Mike Zuz…
 
Kelly Snowdon is 28 year old competitive athlete turned entrepreneur from Moncton, New Brunswick. Kelly has competed in 5 Canadian Ringette Championships, the Canada Winter Games in Halifax in 2011 and was a part of 3 seasons of the National Ringette League with the Atlantic Attack. Kelly has 3 sisters Jessica, Jenny, and Britney and ringette has b…
 
Do you love getting lost in shows like Yellowstone or 1883 and dream about that ruff and tumble lifestyle out on the range? Well, you probably know, there’s more to the cowboy lifestyle than meets the eye! Today on the podcast, I’m sharing a fascinating story about real cowboys and the truth about ranching with the help of my friend and acclaimed j…
 
On this episode, American Farm Bureau Federation Economist Veronica Nigh provides some context on the USDA’s recent acreage report, and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative CEO Tim Trotter talks about the organization’s priorities for reforming the federal milk pricing system. Indigo Ag’s Heather Gieske discusses the company’s first issuance of carbon cre…
 
Therese Van Es is an enthusiastic, dynamic rural entrepreneur in the worlds of both business and food! About business… Therese is the President and Chief People Leader of Ladder HR Solutions, Inc. She is a Human Resources Executive with 25 years of experience on a mission to instill innovative people practices and processes in dynamic, high growth …
 
On this episode, Chris Bliley of Growth Energy and Paul Winters of the Clean Fuels Alliance discuss the current state of the biofuels industry as the nation grapples with high fuel prices and as the industry positions for the next farm bill. We hear about the benefits of crop insurance from farmers represented by National Crop Insurance Services an…
 
Selena Strong is the founder of Selena Strong Fitness and she has over 15 years of Exercise & Fascial Stretch Therapy experience, and she has never stopped learning and improving. This is a mentality that she tries to pass on to every client she meets. Fitness is Life. Selena is also a sponsored Fitness Competitor and Fitness Model. She has worked …
 
On this episode, we discuss the state of the agricultural and pet feed industry with Constance Cullman and Mallory Gaines of the American Feed Industry Association. We also discuss the Ocean Shipping Reform Act’s impact on agriculture with Krysta Harden, President and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council and Jim Mulhern, President of the National M…
 
Chelsea Major is a Master's of Science student in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development at the University of Guelph. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Geography, Environment, and Geomatic and a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Development from the University of Guelph. During her studies, she has worked on research on …
 
Zeleen Virani worked in the banking industry for over 20 years, most recently in Retail Branch Management and Operational Risk roles where she was often part of making the decisions on whether or not rural women entrepreneurs would be getting access to capital. She assessed return on investment on all budgetary decisions and she was instrumental in…
 
On this episode, American Agri-Women 2022 Champion of Agriculture, California First District Congressman and rice farmer Doug LaMalfa, discusses his thoughts on the current state of the agriculture industry. Firestone Ag and emerging country music artists Dillon Carmichael team up to “Rock the Crop,” and April was another banner month for U.S. meat…
 
In our final episode of The Story of Tanasi, and our last episode of the season, we’re back at the lake to find out what this story means for people today. People who went through the battle to save the LittleT still gather, hailing from all around the country. And what about that “stupid little fish,” the snail darter (Percina Imostoma Tanasi) aro…
 
On this episode we discuss the state of the sugar industry with Luther Markwart of the American Sugarbeet Growers Association and Dr. Robert Johansson with the American Sugar Alliance. We also talk about the state of agricultural retail with Daren Coppock of the Agricultural Retailers Association. We learn of South Korea’s move to suspend duties on…
 
If you are a person immigrating to Canada wanting to live your best life in one of the most beautiful places in our country then you have to meet Lindsay Rubeniuk. Lindsay is passionate about developing a skilled workforce, growing Canadian rural & northern towns and spreading her knowledge on the subject of immigration. She loves Canada and her ed…
 
On this episode, Farmer Veteran Coalition’s Rachel Petitt stops by to talk about the recent awarding of Farmer Veteran Fellowship Fund grants to help U.S. military veterans embark upon a career in agriculture. Also, National Association of Wheat Growers CEO Chandler Goule discusses the state of the wheat industry as we near the mid-point of 2022, a…
 
Members of the Rural Ontario Community of Queer Youth Mabe Kyle Maker of poetry, pottery, and photography who loves being creative. Adventurer who calls many places home across borderlines. Builder of communities who enjoys being active. Embracing friends, family, and their neurodivergent mind. Keener for desserts served at every meal with the swee…
 
None of the new laws coming out of congress in the 60s and 70s could stop the Tellico Dam Project. But, a different legal approach that sought to protect the religious freedom and sacred sites of the Cherokee could provide a new lifeline. In this episode, we hear from Eastern Band of Cherokee leaders about uniting with the Tellico farmers and envir…
 
On this episode, country music singer/songwriter J.T. Cooper, who was a part of the 10th Mountain Division in Mogadishu, Somalia, in 1993 in the incident known as “Blackhawk Down” discusses losing friends in combat and what Memorial Day means to him. He also talks about his organization, Warrior Rounds, which helps returning military members expres…
 
Sarah's Country has your sneak peek into E Tipu 2022: The Boma Agri Summit speaker lineup at the highly anticipated June 2022 event is set to catalyse the future of Aotearoa’s primary industries and you could get on the guest list to Sarah's Country E Tipu Cocktail Party when you enter the draw to win a double pass to E Tipu & dinner with Sarah Per…
 
Emma Hull is a transformational Life Coach, Facilitator, Yoga Teacher, and Reiki Healer. A natural leader, Emma thrives on seeing others flourish. She is gifted at inspiring people to be their favourite version of themselves – on the mat, at work, home or play. Emma has over a decade of leadership experience in corporate and government environments…
 
On this episode, Iowa Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, members of the Senate Ag Committee, discuss their key agriculture industry priorities as they prepare for the 2023 farm bill. We learn about the work of the National Sorghum Producers from Chairman Kody Carson, and the U.S. Meat Export Federation’s Bassam Bousaleh discusses an increase i…
 
Melissa Mackey is an international best-selling author, speaker on the topics of Business Growth, Travel & Transformation. She is an independent mom on a mission. She is the CEO of Travel Chicks & Founder of Ignite Me Now. Melissa brings 17 years of experience in the field, and working one on one with clients to inspire them through the power of tr…
 
What happens when a radical new environmental law, a tiny endangered fish, and a tenacious young lawyer walk into the highest court in the land? Not what you might expect. We’ll follow our hero in earth shoes as he journeys through the courts all the way to Washington. He fights alongside the band of farmers who have vowed to fight until there’s no…
 
On this episode, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack discusses the state of the ag industry and the United Soybean Board’s Mace Thornton and Belinda Burrier talk about growth opportunities for U.S. soybeans. We discuss the state of labor in agriculture and rural America with U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and we learn about first-quarter red m…
 
Bruce County, Ontario based artist Heather Lynne Travis is known for her bold use of colour in her large scale, and often whimsical, abstracts. A lifelong artist selling mainly to family and friends, Heather has been exhibiting professionally (and selling art to strangers) since 2018 and in that short time has sold almost 100 works of art, as well …
 
On this episode, live from Washington, D.C., Senate Ag Committee Chair Debbie Stabenow and Senate Minority Whip and Ag Committee member John Thune discuss key agriculture policy topics in preparation for the 2023 farm bill. CropLife America President and CEO Chris Novak talks about the organization’s mission and key legislative priorities. U.S. Mea…
 
In town hall style, and from some of our most engaging guests, we created a community space of vulnerability to hear authentic challenges faced by women-identifying and non-binary entrepreneurs in rural Canada. Our goal is to connect rural women-identifying and non-binary entrepreneurs with rural women politicians, band council chiefs and business …
 
In Part 2 of our series we meet some of the people who once called the Little Tennessee River Valley home, and we hear surprising stories about how they were slighted by the Tennessee Valley Authority and bullied out of their homes. We retrace how the agency came to have unparalleled power over the Tennessee Valley and how some farmers developed so…
 
On this episode, AgWiki CEO Randy Krotz discusses the new social platform that connects farmers, ranchers and other agriculture industry stakeholders. In this week’s Meat Monitor segment, U.S. Meat Export Federation Vice President of Economic Analysis Erin Borror discusses how the war in Ukraine is affecting meat exports. Jesse Allen talks developm…
 
* 'Explicit Content' = cursing* Erica Marchand is the founder of Bear and Fox Apparel based in Embro, Ontario which is in Oxford County. The brand is named after Erica’s children and they are one of the many reasons why she created the business. Erica grew up immersed in the outdoors: hunting, trapping and fishing. She wanted her brand to exemplify…
 
On this episode, Rotor X Aircraft Manufacturing Co.’s David Chow discusses the company’s new do-it-yourself helicopter kit, complete with crop spray rig and National Agricultural Aviation Association CEO Andrew Moore talks about the organization’s mission and legislative agenda. U.S. Meat Export Federation Colombia representative Don Mason discusse…
 
What is the story behind silos that stick up out of the middle of a lake in the foothills of the Smokies? As we tour around this lake, we see more sites, like an old bridge descending into the water, a few markers of a deep history of Cherokee habitation, then large, extravagant houses that overlook the water’s edge. It all helps paint a picture of…
 
On this episode, AgriGold agronomist Terry Mente discusses the importance of having a plan to deal with corn rootworm and other yield-robbing pest, weed and disease pressures. Veteran farm broadcaster Lorrie Boyer previews her new AgWomen Strong podcast series and U.S. Meat Export Federation’s Joel Haggard kicks off our Meat Monitor feature with an…
 
Jessie Thomas is the creator and owner of Farm Girl Fitness; a small group training facility with a focus on Fresh Air Fitness. Farm Girl Fitness was established in the summer of 2020 to help provide people a safe place to workout, socialize and support mental health during the pandemic. Multiple studio shutdowns due to Covid-19 created opportuniti…
 
On this episode, White House National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy discusses funding for energy efficiency upgrades for schools. Could it be a potential boon for biofuels? We also feature Part Three of our coverage of A Celebration of Modern Agriculture, presented by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, on the National Mall in Washington, D…
 
According to the newest census data, East Gwillimbury, Ontario is Canada’s fastest growing municipality. But how is that growth being managed as it relates to immigration and diversity? Meeta Gandhi is an award-winning communications professional with experience in both the federal and municipal sectors. Meeta joined the Town of East Gwillimbury la…
 
While researching for our season all about rivers, we uncovered a story that, when first reported, seemed straightforward. But the more we dug in the more we understood that this story required more than one episode. Listen as we give a glimpse of the next several episodes. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @middleofeverywherepod and on Twitter @…
 
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