Bustle, Boundaries, and Bonding: That’s How We Farm
November 2, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Stressful seasons and careers can consume us. Or they can play a part in building us up.
Celebrating Independence Day, Iowa Style
June 28, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Every Independence Day, fireworks aren’t the only thing exploding in the western Iowa town Sara Ross calls home.
Chaos Gardner or Companion Gardner? Yes and Yes.
June 22, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Lesley Schmidt and her family brought “chaos” to their shared gardens in Kansas. The results were worth the mysterious wait.
From Farmer’s Daughter to Dairy Farmer
June 7, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
As a child, Melissa Hildebrand Reed spent each weekend on her dad’s farm. Little did she know she’d be spending all her days running it with him.
The Dakota Girls: Helping Each Other One Mile at a Time
May 19, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Dawn Scheier bikes with a tight-knit group of friends. When somebody is struggling, they come alongside and overcome it together.
Yes to the Farm. And Yes to Mankato. Angela’s Community is a Country and City Mix.
May 12, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Growing up on a farm while going to a city high school made the path to full-time farming a unique one for Angela Guentzel.
Addie Yoder: What good thing from 2021 will you take with you?
January 24, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Addie’s new food solution saves her from the worst question of the day: “What’s for dinner?”
Dad vs. Brown Swiss: Who is Mary’s Superhero?
January 10, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
There is a country road that separates Mary’s grain farm from her parent’s dairy farm. She bridges them together through her food truck, soft-serve ice cream, cheese and tours.