Backyard Industry

WILL - Backyard Industry - August 21, 2013 ~ Comment (0)

Personal Growth

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(Duration: 5:34)

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Is the crafting/DIY/gardening/cooking trend really that new? Are women heading backward by heading into the kitchen and the garden and the craft room, or is there room for home economics and work outside the home? Lisa Bralts talks with an urban farmer/mother/geologist about the importance of relating to the world in terms other than economic in this week’s In My Backyard.


WILL - Backyard Industry - April 25, 2013 ~ Comment (1)

Food Connection, Part Three

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(Duration: 5:07)

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What began as a desire for a fresh peach and a penchant for French-style goat cheese has become an award-winning farmstead creamery, among other things. Many other things. Business - and life - partners Wes Jarrell and Leslie Cooperband talk about their work at Prairie Fruits Farm with Lisa Bralts for this episode of In My Backyard.

Categories: Agriculture, Business, Food

WILL - Backyard Industry - April 10, 2013 ~ Comment (0)

FEED Me

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(Duration: 4:36)

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For In My Backyard's Lisa Bralts, part of the fun of going on vacation is checking out what and where people in other parts of the country are eating. In this episode, she does some comparing, discovers that the home location can learn from the vacation destination (and vice versa), and ponders the concept of FEED: Food Enterprise as Economic Development.

Categories: Business, Food