You were not created to play small.



Our guests on today’s episodes are Rebecca’s husband, Jeremiah, and her father, Tom Rodine.

Rebecca chats with these two about spring planting, government programs, and what it really means to be a steward of the land.

Many rural communities depend on agriculture to keep their local economies strong and thriving.

As more and more people become disconnected from the land, a broad understanding and interest in agriculture disappears. Rebecca hopes that by sharing the direct feedback from local North Dakota farmers, it will inspire you to ask more questions of your local farmers or if you are farming/ranching yourself, to remind you that you’re not alone and to encourage you to tell your own story.

Farmers/ranchers themselves are the best advocates for the truth in agricultural operations.


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