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growing up on the farm
This interview was conducted by interviewing Mark Wellons which is a 4th generation farmer on the land that he lives on. He referenced his late father Williams I Wellons.
My Papa Clyde talks about his experience on his dairy farm and his own personal garden.
This is an interview between a mother and her daughter regarding life, experience, and the wisdom you gain from it all.
Today I interviewed my grandfather Dave Rose, and I learned so much about him. I learned the incidents that he endured, his life as a child, what his parents and grandparents were like, and what he did growing up.
Cheryl Maysels had a difficult childhood, but worked her way up through professions and worked around obstacles along the way to achieve her definition of the American Dream
Interview with my friends dad from Vietnam (Luc) translated and narrated by his son and my friend Loc.
An oral history about changes in agriculture for #TheGreatListen
Zearl grew up in a small town and farming family.
Joanne talks about growing up in the King family near Danville, KY in the 1940s and 50s. She covers sharecropping, tobacco farming, farm life, valuable lessons, hard work, and good and bad times in the process.
In this interview, Sanjeev Luthra discusses the food culture in India as well as issues regarding India’s fresh produce.
Andrea shares about her early life on the farm, in school, and the California adventure that landed her Bill.
Discussion of the changes in food and society throughout my grandfather's life.
The two people in the interview are Presley Panaro and Mary Jane Arrington, Mary Jane is Presley's grandmother. The interview took place at Mary Jane's House and Presley age is 14. Working on a farm is long, hard work but...
I interviewed my grandpa, Lowell Dorn, who has worked on a farm since a young age. He has a wide range of experiences and knowledge in farming and agriculture, including electricity, technology, banking/loans, and chemical spraying.
Asked my husband, Chase, who works in Agriculture, questions about how he is affected by the current pandemic.