Feb 22, 2021
A lot of us who go into farming probably had an idealized vision of what farming as a career is supposed to be like and how our lives and lifestyles would just naturally meld into that vision when we start farming: grow some vegetables, sell them, pay the bills, live a quiet life while eating good food.
As simple as it...
Feb 8, 2021
In this episode of Farm Small, Farm Smart, we’re talking to Joel Konrad of Konrad Farm Markets who primarily sells pumpkins.
Joel’s business model is both interesting and simple: he rents out spaces on busy streets and sets up self-service farm stands made of repurposed metal trailers. Despite the model’s...
Jan 25, 2021
As farmers and business owners, it’s easy to get lost in productivity—the need to grow more, sell more, expand the farm, scale operations.
This episode’s guest, Derek Amadi from Texas, is trying to spend more time with his family, enjoy the experiences of parenting, and pay attention to his farm just enough.
Jan 11, 2021
We’ve just signed off from 2020 and we’re starting a new year in 2021. Looking back at the past year, how does it make you feel? Are you sighing with relief, just glad that it’s finally over? Or maybe you’re looking at how even though 2020 wasn’t that great of a year, there were still things to be happy and...
Dec 28, 2020
Today Javan Bernakevitch and I each go through our top 5 life
lessons from 2020.
In total 10 simple ways of looking at life, approaching life, and thinking about life that can change your life tomorrow.
I look at a lot of these lessons as base principles in an approach to life that very much contradicts the status...