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- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 3
- 2023 Mobile Tour 1
- Marfa, TX 1
- Minot Sleeper Library 1
- Providence 1
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
One Small Step partners Tiffany Gray (43) and Chuck McAfee (81) share a conversation about their backgrounds and political beliefs. They also talk about friends they have in common and their families homesteading in the region.
Staci and her stepmom Joann honor her father, Douglas Iwamoto, who recently passed away
Robert Alan Woods, born 1937, Grandparent Trevor Orlando Bras, born 1992, Grandson
One Small Step partners Jay Price (53) and Jacob Dailey (27) discuss what people misunderstand about farming and farmers, and the difficulty of navigating various political views within their own families.
Learning more about the upcoming desire for naturally raise and regenerative produce in the pantry of consumers.
Jacob Werkheiser (36) interviews his father, Jim Werkheiser (64) about his life, childhood memories, sibling relationships and growing up on a farm.
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...
Steve Ela (46) talks with his parents, Shirley Ela (85) and William Ela (86) about their long standing family involvement in the fruit farming industry.
Jack Perry (51) shares a conversation with his father, Whit Perry (80), about a trip around the world that Whit took when he was younger and about how that trip changed him.
Laura Cattani (38) talks with her grandfather Jack G. Thomson (97) about his long life as a farmworker in the Central Valley of California. Jack recounts joining the Navy, meeting his wife, and starting a rice co-op in a nearby...
One Small Step parters Melanie Henry (42) and Rainman Davis (50) have a conversation about what they are most proud of in the past year, their pandemic experiences, and their relationships to church.
Hannah Kemp-Severence (40) talks with her dad, Philip Kemp (73) about his life in farming, being a lifelong Lutheran, his love of music and singing, and what's important for his family to remember about him.
Larry Kundert (72) reminiscences with his wife Pamela Kundert (69) about softball and the effort it took to finally pitch some games. He also talked about volleyball and volunteer work.
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.
A conversation about 90 years of life in Arizona, family, farming, fishing, being mayor, and leading Salt River Project.
Cadence Lommori talked with her Papa, James Barsanti, about his life story. This interview included stories and information about his childhood jobs, time in the Navy, and his wife and kids.
Mary "Cathy" Harmon-Christian (57) talks with her aunt Mary Sheila Harmon-Sasso (83) about the Harmon family line and their roots in Illinois by way of Ireland.
Paul and Linda Engebretson talk about life in small-town Minnesota, college, Medical school and building a family.