A Good Life Through Good Food By Holly Tarson Dan Kish asked himself how he can make access to good food a local reality. One conversation led to another, community needs were identified and partnerships were formed. Now Dan and his wife, Cindie, manage four different business ventures, all with a common theme: “Our purpose is rooted in access to good food.” Keep reading.
Finding Home By Holly J. Coley Sometimes it’s the road we’re hesitant to travel that takes us exactly where we want to go. That’s what Christina Knisley has found. After decades of fighting an internal war over whether to pursue a creative life full time, the designer of Bohemian Farmgirl has given in—and damn, it feels good. Keep reading.
Solidly Succeeding as a Woman in a Man’s World By ML Ball Humans don’t have horse problems, horses have human problems. This oft-repeated saying is something thoroughbred racehorse trainer Jena Antonucci has dedicated her life to try to remedy. And she’s doing it in an industry largely dominated by men who don’t always take kindly to women pushing their way into the sport. Keep reading.
The Dedicated Heart and Soul of the Sandanona Harehounds By ML Ball Betsy Park is the Joint Master and Huntsman of the Sandanona Harehounds. In charge of training, hunting and maintaining two packs of hounds, one made up of beagles and the other bassets, Betsy spends her days devotedly carrying on a sport that dates back to at least the 18th century in England. Keep reading.
The Long Road By Brian P.J. Cronin The story of the Clarke family dates back to 1817 and has beaten the odds for over 200 years. You don’t get to be around that long unless you’re willing to do the hard things, the things that you know will prove to be, in the long run, the right things. Now the seventh generation of Clarke farmers, Brad and Pam, are conveying that message and starting their own operations. Keep reading.
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