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- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 5
- University of Idaho Extension 4
- Rural Roots 2
- Washington State University 2
- Cultivating Success 1
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This was about my Grandma with me as the interviewer. She told me about her life. Her belief in God is strong.
Steven Rauscher (33) and Alex Valletta (30) - friends and former coworkers - discuss concerns for the present and future health of Philadelphia's service and hospitality industry amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
Established in 1974, the Moscow Food Co-op is a cooperatively-owned grocery store whose staff and owners are working together to nourish and nurture their community. As an advocate for Palouse producers and families affected by food insecurity, the Moscow Food...
Jeff Gilderson-Duwe (59) has a conversation with colleague Thomas "Tom" J. Hennen, Jr. (73) about Tom's youth, family, and work in libraries and library systems in Wisconsin.
Spouses Jenn Collins (48) and Brad Barnes (51) sit down for a conversation about their lifestyle as small scale farmers. They discuss their simple living ethos and their favorite parts of farming, as well as the importance of community gardens...
We chatted with Brian Bell from the Whitman Conservation District about the history and significance of the work conservation districts do to save soil, enhance wildlife habitat and improve water quality across the Palouse.
In this interview, conducted in April 21 2020 in Anaheim, California, Michelle Torres interviews her father Miguel Torres about his childhood, his family and how he came into this country illegally. Miguel shared stories about moments with his mother changing...
Aisha Fayne: 2021-11-27 17:54:14 Aisha Fayne (43) talks with grandmother Charlie Granberry (80 something) about the Fitzhugh family legacy, including Bird's Eye frozen foods and a letter to President Roosevelt.
Karen Gabler (44) interviews her parents, Victor Anthony (81) and Chris Anthony (70), about their careers, experiences, and philanthropic work.
Joe Schroeder (61) speaks to his mentor and best friend, Benny Bunting (61) about Benny's work as an advocate for farmers.
Joanne adds on to our initial conversation and talks about stories growing up, life lessons, changes, and wisdom to pass on to the next generation.
Colleagues Debbie Hutchinson (47) and Marvin Millington (28) discuss the H2 agricultural visa and the opportunity for advancement it provides a whole community back in Jamaica.
My dad talked about what he did through out his life and what he did as a child.
Rural Roots, Inc. has had a wide and diverse impact on small farms and local food systems on the Palouse and in the Inland Northwest. Community-based and farmer-grown, this nonprofit organization has played a significant role in changing the local...
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Ed Field (74) about his upbringing, his family’s farm, and his experience operating feedlots.
Loyd Ingham [no age given] talks to his spouse, Mary Alice Ingham [no age given], about his childhood, his career as an educator, and how he would like to be remembered.
For almost 20 years, the Idaho Cultivating Success Program has provided production, marketing and business education for sustainable small farms and ranches across Idaho. Most recently, Idaho Cultivating Success launched a new program, Idaho Farm Link, connecting beginning farmers seeking...
One Small Step conversation partners Jeffery Puente (31) and Ravneet Tiwana (40) talk about the influence of their families, in particular their grandparents. They also discuss how their political views differ from their parties, and the importance of communication across...
Nich Traverse (39) and his father Peter Traverse (60) bond over their passion as farmers, specifically at Innisfree Village, and share anecdotes from their experiences.
Cinda Williams, retired University of Idaho Extension Educator, talks about the rise of sustainable agriculture and small farm programs at the University of Idaho.
Friends and Colleagues, Nancy Warner (70) and Harriet Weber (65), come together to interview their friend, John “Jack” Toevs Jr. (82), about his contributions, experiences, and work in the agriculture and irrigation field. They also talk about the farmland of...