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Christy Marshall and Jay Marshall

Siblings Christy Marshall (71) and Jay Marshall (75) share a conversation about their family farm in Grubville, Missouri.

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Martha Steger and Margaret Harley

One Small Step partners Martha Steger (79) and Margaret "Meg" Harley (52) have a conversation about leaving the farm, Trump traffic, and the troubles with talking politics in church.

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June McCoy and Joe Van Sickle

Joe Van Sickle (30) interviews his grandmother June McCoy (80) about her experiences growing up in Missouri, her involvement in the civil rights movement, and her dedication to community service through the Methodist church.

Granddaddy’s Family Farm

Discussing family farm and how it was growing up. Then foods that they had and Thanksgiving.

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38:43
Betty Brown-Chappell and Ben Brown

Siblings Betty Brown-Chappell (76) and Ben Brown (68) share memories from growing up on their family farm in the 1950s and 1960s outside of Bangor, Michigan. The two reflect on the collaboration between Black farmers in their community and the...

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Lauren Fischel and Valerie Fischel

Lauren Fischel (54) shares a conversation with her mother, Valerie Fischel (79), about Valerie’s childhood, her studies as a dancer, her travels to Europe, her time in Paris, the role that expectations for women played in her life, and her...

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Marguerite Wagner and Doris Bice

Doris Bice (99) speaks with her daughter Marguerite Wagner (58) about being born and raised in a farming family and living in her Fort Collins home for almost a century.

S2E13 – Shepherd's Grain: Growing the Best Wheat in the Best Way Possible

On this episode of "Field to Flour," we are joined by Jeremy Bunch, CEO of Shepherd's Grain in Spokane Washington, and Eric Odberg who grows for Shepherd's Grain at Odberg Farms Inc. in Genesee, Idaho. Listen along as we discuss...

Ag History

Talking with Granny about her own family farm, as will as my Grandpa’s Farm which I grew up on.

Brooklyn Thedin interviews Brad Thedin
November 28, 2017 App Interview

My dad talked a lot about his childhood and what he did as a child. He also talked about his favorite memories and what they meant to him.

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Nikiko Masumoto and Korio Masumoto

Siblings Nikiko Masumoto (34) and her brother Korio Masumoto (28) talk about their experiences as Hapa Americans, growing up on a family farm, and their connection to their family, their Japanese identity, and to their grandparents.

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Corey Geiger and Rosalie Geiger

Corey Geiger (50) and his mother Rosalie Geiger (74) discuss agricultural history in Wisconsin, focusing on Allis-Chalmers tractors as well as their family's farms.

Linda Love Mesler and Alex Wu

Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Linda Love Mesler, whose family has roots in rural Iowa for hundreds of years, talks about her global childhood, from New York to Cambodia. After becoming a technology lawyer, she settled in Andover and is...

John Booth 93 Peck, Kansas November 2021

John tells about his lifetime on his farm near Peck, KS and being in the Navy in Hawaii in the 40’s, and his various jobs he had and ends with a sampling of his auctioneering skill!

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Rachel Bordeleau and Eileen Bordeleau

Rachel Bordeleau (30) interviews her mother Eileen Bordeleau (70) discuss their generational farm, agriculture, religious ministry, and the importance of community.