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This podcast is brought to you by New York Agriculture in the Classroom and the Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation, with guest hosts from Oklahoma Agriculture in the Classroom, Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom, and Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, as we explore how agriculture meets some of our most basic needs of food, fiber, and fuel.

We’ll hear from educators who are creatively teaching and inspiring their students in food and agriculture. And we’ll hear from industry experts showing the technology and science of modern agriculture and food production.
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Aquaculture in Florida

Aquaculture in Florida

2021-04-1245:00

How familiar are you with aquaculture? Florida has a large aquaculture industry, especially with ornamental fish. In this episode, you’ll hear from Eric Cassiano, Assistant Extension Scientist with the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. Eric discusses Florida’s aquaculture industry, including interesting facts and some historical context. You’ll also hear from Broderic and Caroline Ogzewalla, who both teach agriculture at Haines City High School. They discuss their program’s farm, what types of aquaculture they’ve included, and how they incorporate other classroom subjects like math and reading into their hands-on agriculture activities. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn about the interesting world of aquaculture and how it can fit into classroom instruction. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Becky Sponholtz Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes Thank you to our guests; Eric Cassiano and Broderic and Caroline Ogzewalla For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Pork in Iowa

Pork in Iowa

2021-04-0544:30

Pork production is an important part of Iowa agriculture. Iowa is the number one pork producing state, in part because of high levels of corn and soybean production, which is what pigs eat! In this episode, you’ll hear from Jarrod and Shari Bakker, who have a farrow-to-finish pig operation alongside of a show pig operation. You’ll also hear from Tara Norman, an elementary school teacher that uses agriculture regularly in her classroom, and also leads an Ag Club for her students after school. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn about pork production and how well the application of that science fits in the classroom. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Will Fett Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Jarrod and Shari Bakker and Tara Norman For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Cotton in Oklahoma

Cotton in Oklahoma

2021-03-2943:54

What do you know about cotton? Join guest host Melody Aufill of Oklahoma Agriculture in the Classroom this week to learn more about cotton production and education! In this episode, you’ll hear from Brandon Varner, manager of CHS Cotton Gin in Frederick, Oklahoma. You’ll also hear from Lisa Sizelove, a third-grade teacher in Frederick who incorporates cotton into regular classroom instruction. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn about the cotton production, the ginning process, and how well the application of that science fits in the classroom. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Melody Aufill Sound editing by Audrey Harmon and Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Brandon Varner and Lisa Sizelove For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Eggs in Iowa

Eggs in Iowa

2021-03-2245:00

From omelets to cakes, eggs are an important kitchen staple. In this week’s episode, you will learn about egg production in Iowa from the perspective of an Iowa egg farmer and a high school family and consumer science teacher. In this episode, you’ll hear from Denise Harmsen, an egg farmer and active member of the egg production community, about chickens, eggs, and how they go from farm to grocery store. You’ll also hear from Megan Thorson, a high school family and consumer science teacher who incorporates agriculture regularly into her foods lessons. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn a little more about egg production and how to incorporate agriculture into the classroom. Subscribe to our podcast to hear more next week! Show Credits: Hosted by Will Fett Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Denise Harmsen and Megan Thorson For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Do you like getting new plants from box stores or local nurseries? You have maybe purchased something from Oregon! In this week’s episode, you will learn about nursery production in Oregon from the perspective of a nursery Plant Health Manager and an elementary school teacher. In this episode, you’ll hear from Martha Sleeper, Plant Health Manager with Everde Growers, who works with her teams to provide safe and healthy plants to consumers across the country. You’ll also hear from Marc Wildfang, a teacher at Chehalem Elementary who has worked with a team of teachers, parents, and outside organizations to provide hands-on plant experiences for his students. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn a little more about nursery production and how educators can incorporate these great scientific concepts into their classroom. Subscribe to our podcast to hear more next week! Show Credits: Hosted by Casey Blake Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Martha Sleeper and Marc Wildfang For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Flowers in New York

Flowers in New York

2021-03-0843:54

New York Agriculture in the Classroom is thinking spring in this episode all about flowers. The cut flower business is interesting because it can be hyper-local, or incredibly global – and everywhere in between. First we will meet Jess Beretz, owner of Farmhouse Floral Design, as we talk about the twists and turns in her path that helped her find her calling in agriculture. Michaela Kehrer is the agriculture teacher at Berne Knox Westerlo. Michaela grows incredible dahlias, and these flowers are purchased and used by her neighbor Jess Beretz in weddings across the capital region of New York. Inside the classroom, Michaela uses flowers as the real-world teaching tool to give her students a taste of running their own business, and hopefully encouraging their own entrepreneurship. Follow Farmhouse Floral Design on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/farmhousefloraldesign. Show Credits: Hosted by Katie Carpenter Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes Thank you to our guests Jess Beretz and Michaela Kehrer For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Join us this week, where we learn about beef and soybean production in Iowa, and how the two industries work together! In this episode, you’ll hear from Kent Musfeldt, an Iowa beef farmer and cattle nutritionist who helps cattle farmers balance their animals’ diets properly – oftentimes using soybean products! You’ll also hear from Rhonda Osborn, an elementary teacher in the Des Moines metro area who incorporates agricultural concepts like beef, soybeans, corn, and turkey into her classroom. Osborn has also recently been awarded the Iowa Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture Award for her efforts in incorporating agriculture into the classroom! Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn a little more about beef and soybean production, how they work together, and how educators can incorporate these concepts into their classroom. Subscribe to our podcast to hear more next week! Show Credits: Hosted by Will Fett Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Kent Musfeldt and Rhonda Osborn For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Join guest host Becky Sponholtz of Florida Agriculture in the Classroom to learn more about horticulture! In this episode, you’ll hear from Austin Spivey of Cherry Lake Tree Farm, who works with a team to provide Florida with trees and bushes best suited to ornamental use in the southeastern United States. You’ll also hear from John Martinez, a teacher from Orlando, who has worked with a team of teachers to provide their students with hands-on learning through Eco Club. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn a little more about ornamental horticulture and how gardening can be incorporated into school subjects like science and math. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Becky Sponholtz Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Austin Spivey and John Martinez For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Honeybees in Oregon

Honeybees in Oregon

2021-02-1545:00

Join guest host Jessica Jansen of Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom to learn more about our favorite pollinators: bees! In this episode, you’ll hear from Carolyn Breece of Oregon State University Extension, who works with commercial and backyard beekeepers to keep their hives healthy. You’ll also hear from Dawn Alexander, a 5th grade teacher who incorporates lots of agriculture into her curriculum, including one especially enjoyable honeybee unit. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn a little more about the importance of bees, their use, and how they can be connected to a teacher’s curriculum. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Jessica Jansen Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Carolyn Breece and Dawn Alexander For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Wheat in Oklahoma

Wheat in Oklahoma

2021-02-0839:17

Join guest host Audrey Harmon of Oklahoma Agriculture in the Classroom to learn more about wheat production and education in the Sooner State! In this episode, you’ll hear from Marty Williams, a 5th generation farmer who produces wheat on his Oklahoma farm. You’ll also hear from Tammy Will, a middle and high school science teacher, who incorporates wheat into her science curriculum. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn about the science of wheat production and how well the application of that science fits in the classroom. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Audrey Harmon Sound editing by Audrey Harmon and Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Marty Williams and Tammy Will For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Corn in Iowa

Corn in Iowa

2021-02-0145:00

Iowa is the nation’s leading corn producing state. The grain raised is used in livestock feed, human food ingredients, ethanol, and distilled spirits! In this episode, you’ll hear from Amanda and Ryan Bare, owners of Century Farm Distillery. They take pride in sourcing the corn for their spirits from family farms and passing those stories along to the consumer. You’ll also hear from Lanae Bristow and Will Foley, elementary school teachers from southwest Iowa, who work with a local ethanol distillery to teach their students about science and local careers. Through these interviews, we hope you’ll learn about distillation, uses for corn, and what the crop can mean to communities, both rural and urban. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Will Fett Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Amanda and Ryan Bare, Lanae Bristow, and Will Foley. For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
When thinking of urban centers in New York, the first that likely comes to mind is the Big Apple – New York City. However, Upstate New York hosts 4 large population centers including Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Albany. Farming on rooftops and in small lots is not something unique to our five major cities in New York, and we are excited to share with you a thriving urban farm on 5.8 acres in Syracuse – changing your idea of what farming can look like. Charter schools are not unique in our cities, but a school focused on preparing urban students for a career in food and agriculture is unique and worth telling of their story. Jessi Lyons is the Farm Coordinator at Brady Farm in Syracuse. Brady Farm began in 2016 and is continuing to grow and develop in their maturity as a farm and as social program to serve the needs of their community. Started by the Brady Faith Center, their goal was to provide the community with job training, healthy and affordable food, and an education. Through selling CSA shares, they are able to keep the farm in place each year. You can learn more about Brady Farm on their website (www.bradyfarm.org), follow them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/bradyfaithfarm), and on Instagram (www.instagram.com/bradyfaithfarm). Morgan Boerman is an agricultural science teacher at OnTech Charter School in Syracuse. The school has been open a year and a half, and during this time they are doing their best to develop a community that cares about their students. They are focused on training their students for potentially a career in agriculture, with thoughtful opportunities for project-based learning experiences. Follow their work on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ontechcharterhighschool) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/ontech_rethinkhighschool). This podcast is hosted by the Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation (www.iowaagliteracy.org), and New York Agriculture in the Classroom (www.agclassroom.org/ny). Show Notes and Credits: Hosted by Katie Carpenter. Edited by Chrissy Rhodes. Thanks to our guests Jessi Lyons and Morgan Boerman. For other episodes visit: @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast Visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast
This episode brings you the perspective of what it’s like growing specialty crops in New York State. We don’t have the longest growing season in the country, but are still able to support bountiful crops of delicious berries, sweet corn, peppers, zucchini, squash, tomatoes, and so much more. We also know that school gardens are one of the most popular ways to engage our students in food and agriculture, as they have the opportunity to touch and experience every single step in the food system process. Karin Reeves works with her family on their multi-generational berry and vegetable farm. Learn about the life cycle of her farm, how they’ve built connections with major grocery store chains over the last 20 years, and about their organic and conventional crop markets. You can always learn more about Reeves Farms by following them on social media, (www.instagram.com/reevesfarmsllc/ and www.facebook.com/ReevesFarmsLLC/), or on their website (https://www.reevesfarms.com/). Tricia Miller has a strong connection with her local school community because she was instrumental in starting the SOLE (Seeds of Living Education) non-profit. She has become so integrated into the Hamburg CSD that at any time you can find her in the school garden, in a classroom, or working with the school food service staff helping to make connections with the local agriculture community. You can follow the work of SOLE via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/givinggardenup/) or their website (http://www.seedsoflivingeducation.org/). This podcast is hosted by the Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation (www.iowaagliteracy.org), and New York Agriculture in the Classroom (www.agclassroom.org/ny). Show Notes and Credits: Hosted by Katie Carpenter. Edited by Chrissy Rhodes. Thanks to our guests Karin Reeves and Tricia Miller. For other episodes visit: @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Turkey in Iowa

Turkey in Iowa

2020-04-0645:00

Iowa is a top-10 turkey producing state, primarily raising toms (male turkeys) for meat. Iowa is a good place to raise turkeys because of the easy access to grain for feed, and farmland to spread the manure that turkeys leave behind. In this episode, you’ll hear from Katie Hermanson, a turkey farmer and Agriculture in the Classroom coordinator that wears many hats in her community. Katie will talk about her family’s farm and what turkey production looks like. You’ll also hear from John Seiser, an upper elementary science and social studies teacher that goes above and beyond to connect agricultural concepts (like raising turkeys and chickens) to science and social studies standards. Though Katie and John both work with turkeys, their operations look different and have different purposes. But, they both benefit Iowa’s consumers, students, and economy. Listen in to learn more! Show Credits: Hosted by Chrissy Rhodes Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Katie Hermanson and John Seiser. For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Dairy in New York

Dairy in New York

2020-04-0645:00

Dairy is the largest sector of New York’s agriculture industry. Not only do we produce a lot of milk, but we also process a large amount of our favorite dairy products – including cream cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, and cheese. You will meet Paul Molesky, the Operations Manager for Allenwaite Dairy in Schaghticoke, NY. While also running his home beef cattle operation, Paul can be found in the milking parlor or barns of Allenwaite, interacting with his diverse workforce. With his ability to speak Spanish fluently, he is easily able to communicate with his employees from Mexico, and the staff they hire locally. You will enjoy learning about his path from wanting to be a veterinarian, to finding his passion in the dairy industry, to serving in a national-level leadership role in an agriculture organization. In this episode you will also meet Brianne Willson, a 5th grade math teacher at Camden Middle School and co-owner of her family’s dairy farm, By-Design Farms. Listen as Brianne talks about how she gets her students engaged with dairy, and encourages them to ask her questions. She also works hard to make sure that her students understand any inaccuracies they see in their schoolwork or from the outside world. She also shares how her dairy farm is a little different than some you will find. You can follow Brianne’s farm on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ByDesignFarms/) or Instagram (www.instagram.com/ByDesignFarms), you will enjoy all the content she shares of her farm and family! This podcast is hosted by the Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation (www.iowaagliteracy.org), and New York Agriculture in the Classroom (www.agclassroom.org/ny). Show Notes and Credits: Hosted by Katie Carpenter. Edited by Sarah Peavey. Thanks to our guests Paul Molesky and Brianne Willson. For other episodes visit: @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Soybeans in Iowa

Soybeans in Iowa

2020-03-0545:00

Along with corn, soybeans are a main cash crop in Iowa. Though most people only think of corn when they think of Iowa, many farmers depend on soybeans as a protein source for their livestock, and as a second crop to rotate with corn to benefit their soil health. This episode, you will meet Jordan Spear of Corteva AgriScience, who has worked as a soybean researcher since his college internship. He will share how soybean researching and genetics has changed over time, and how that innovation benefits farmers and consumers. You will also meet DeEtta Andersen, a high school science teacher at Center Point Urbana, and winner of Iowa’s Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture Award, as well as a National Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture Award. DeEtta is passionate about agriculture and student-lead learning, which you will hear clearly in this episode. Show Credits: Hosted by Will Fett. Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Jordan Spear and DeEtta Andersen. For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
The food industry is ripe with potential for a motivated entrepreneur. Consumers are searching for new flavors, products, and food processing techniques from the local ingredients they know and love. Food and agriculture are moving fast today, and it is important that our spirited business owners and students with the next big idea feel supported in their communities and with their ideas. This episode features James Munn, owner of Black River Valley Natural, a new dairy creamery located in the heart of the North Country’s dairy community. After college James moved away from his hometown and built a fast-growing career in the tech industry, but something was calling him and his young family back home. He used data and market analysis to build his dairy processing business with his wife Bethany around creating artisanal butters, and now – so much more. You can find Black River Valley Natural on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackrivervalleynatural/ Instagram: @blackrivervalleynatural Jeremiah Best, a 5th grade teacher at the Town of Webb UFSD in Old Forge, NY recognizes that his students are surrounded by natural resources even if they haven’t yet realized the connections to the outdoors. His desire is that his students realize there is more to their future than being part of the seasonal tourism industry, and to build in them an eye for business opportunities through food and agriculture. This podcast is hosted by the Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation (www.iowaagliteracy.org), and New York Agriculture in the Classroom (www.agclassroom.org/ny). Show Notes and Credits: Hosted by Katie Carpenter. Edited by Sarah Peavey. Thanks to our guests James Munn and Jeremiah Best. For other episodes visit: @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Beef in Iowa

Beef in Iowa

2020-03-0445:00

Iowa is good at raising lots of types of crops and livestock, and beef cattle is no exception. Since Iowa is home to lots of corn and soybean production, a grain feed source is handy for livestock producers. But Iowa also has lots of pastureland, which may not be quite suited for row crop production. Many of Iowa’s cattle farms are situated on these pastures, where cows and calves graze the thick Iowa prairie grasses. In this episode, you’ll meet Corinne Rowe of Rowe’s Red Cows (https://www.facebook.com/RowesRedCows/), a beef cattle producer in central Iowa that raises Red Angus cows and calves with her family. You will also meet Kelsey Wigans of Gilmore City-Bradgate Elementary school (https://www.facebook.com/gcbschoolgarden/), who runs a unique gardening, food, and nutrition program for K-6 students in the community. Corinne and Kelsey work on different sides of food production and nutrition education, but have a lot in common; including their passion for good food and education about food sources. Show Credits: Hosted by Will Fett. Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests; Corinne Rowe and Kelsey Wigans. For other episodes, visit @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outstandingpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
The pork industry is big in Iowa. In fact, Iowa raises more pork than any other state. These animals grow and reproduce efficiently, eat the crops grown in Iowa, and naturally produce a high-quality fertilizer. Because of this, sustainability can be a big part of the conversation when talking about raising pigs and pork. Listen along as we hear from pig and grain farmer Mike Paustian, and middle school social studies teacher Beth Laughbaum to hear how sustainability plays a role in what they do. This podcast is hosted by the Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation (www.iowaagliteracy.org), and New York Agriculture in the Classroom (www.agclassroom.org/ny). Show Notes and Credits: Hosted and edited by Chrissy Rhodes. Thanks to our guests Mike Paustian and Beth Laughbaum. For other episodes visit: @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
Maple Syrup is an abundant and sustainable crop, and the New York’s maple industry is vibrant and growing. While maple syrup is a product rooted in tradition, it is also an incubator for innovation. Today’s producers are finding new ways to market their product not only within their communities and state, but also in international markets. While pure maple syrup will always be popular, value-added products are continually being developed to engage new maple consumers. Today you can find everything from coffee beans roasted in maple, to mustards, savory seasonings, and hard candies. In this episode you will meet Jake Moser of Moser’s Maple, where he talks about sugaring with his three brothers, and how their operation has changed since taking over the operation from their father. To learn more about Moser’s Maple and follow along with the upcoming maple season, you can find them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/mosersmaple) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/mosersmaple). You will also meet George Rogers and Kitty Eldridge of the Malone Middle School 8th grade STEAM Team. It takes guts and belief in your colleagues and students to be so immersive into a project-based learning experience. All classes stop for weeks for their students while they hire them into the Grit Untapped maple business. As each teacher facilitates a different department, from data collection to art to social media and the boiling crew and more, the students take ownership in strategy, process, and work collaboratively for their end goal – making and selling their own maple syrup. Follow along with their journey by following their brand, Grit Untapped, in this upcoming maple season. You can find them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/grituntapped) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/grituntapped). Show Credits: Hosted by Katie Carpenter. Sound editing by Chrissy Rhodes. Thank you to our guests Jake Moser, George Rogers, and Kitty Eldridge. For other episodes visit: @oitfpod Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/outstandingintheirfieldpodcast/ Visit our website: www.agclassroom.org/outstandingpodcast
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