Podcast

EPISODE 56 // STEVEN AND TIFFANY POE OF THE GRANDVIEW INN

EPISODE 56 // STEVEN AND TIFFANY POE OF THE GRANDVIEW INN

This week on the podcast we’re in Pawhuska, Oklahoma (pop. 3,377) with Steven and Tiffany Poe, owners of The Grandview Inn. Steven and Tiffany are sharing how a homeschool group connection introduced them to Ree Drummond — who we all know as The Pioneer Woman — which led to them moving to Pawhuska, and how they now have their own piece of Drummond history at the Inn.

EPISODE 55 // ZACK AND LAURA KRAUS OF FLAMINGO SPRINGS TRAILER RESORT

EPISODE 55 // ZACK AND LAURA KRAUS OF FLAMINGO SPRINGS TRAILER RESORT

We road tripped to Prairie Grove, Arkansas (pop. 4,380) for this week’s podcast with Zack and Laura Kraus, creators and owners of Flamingo Springs Trailer Resort. Zack and Laura are sharing how they decided to quit their multiple jobs in LA, sell their stuff, and ultimately move to Arkansas and open a trailer resort that really is as awesome as it sounds.

EPISODE 54 // SANDY SCHUBERT OF HEDGIE'S BOOKS, TOYS & MORE

EPISODE 54 // SANDY SCHUBERT OF HEDGIE'S BOOKS, TOYS & MORE

This week on the podcast we’re in Bedford, Iowa (pop. 1,440) with Sandy Schubert of Hedgie’s Books, Toys, and More. Sandy and her husband moved to Bedford a little over four years ago. From taking a chance on a new town, to the success of her store, to the way this community has embraced her and her husband, you’ll love hearing Sandy’s story and how this move was so right, in so many ways.

EPISODE 53 // NATALIE KOVARIK AND JATANNA WILLIAMS OF RANCH WIVES BEEF CO.

EPISODE 53 // NATALIE KOVARIK AND JATANNA WILLIAMS OF RANCH WIVES BEEF CO.

This week on the podcast we’re with Natalie Kovarik and JaTanna Williams of Ranch Wives Beef Co., based out of their ranches in rural Nebraska and Montana. From their Montana roots to pharmacy school and now back to the ranch, you’ll love hearing about the ‘why’ behind Ranch Wives Beef Co. and the ins and outs of their partnership and how they make it all work.

EPISODE 52 // ANNE GREENWALT OF CARVER'S RIDGE

EPISODE 52 // ANNE GREENWALT OF CARVER'S RIDGE

We’re in Corning, Iowa (pop. 1,635) for the podcast this week with Anne Greenwalt of Carver’s Ridge. Anne is a fifth generation entrepreneur and is sharing how she and her husband Tyson started a boulder engraving business that has since grown into an amazing product line of handcrafted, personalized gifts. They recently moved the entire business to Anne’s hometown of Corning and are loving the small town life there - and Anne’s telling us all about it!

EPISODE 51 // MORGANN MCCOY OF A WELL WORN STORY

EPISODE 51 // MORGANN MCCOY OF A WELL WORN STORY

We’re in New Glarus, Wisconsin (pop. 2,172) this week on the podcast with Morgann McCoy - Owner, Designer, and Seamstress at A Well Worn Story. Morgann creates high quality, handcrafted goods - including durable bags, aprons, and home goods - by transforming textiles into heirloom pieces to tell a unique story. And it all started with a sewing machine, a dream, and $5,000!

EPISODE 50 // BELLE GOLDEN OF BELLE'S FLOWER TRUCK

EPISODE 50 // BELLE GOLDEN OF BELLE'S FLOWER TRUCK

This week on the podcast we’re talking with Belle Golden of Belle’s Flower Truck in Tifton, Georgia. She’s sharing how, as someone who never had arranged flowers or even had dreams for a flower truck, knew in her heart this was something she was supposed to do and brought it to life in a matter of days. The result is now one of the hottest things in her small town - Belle’s Flower Truck.

EPISODE 49 // LYNDSEY SULLIVAN OF THE FIELD HOUSE

EPISODE 49 // LYNDSEY SULLIVAN OF THE FIELD HOUSE

This week on the podcast we’re in Vian, Oklahoma talking with Lyndsey Sullivan, who recently opened a lifestyle gym called The Field House. She’s sharing how she brought what had been a dream in her heart for over five years to life by restoring a vacant building on main street. Lyndsey’s shifting that mindset in her rural town by offering affordable price points and educating members that her gym is an all-around healthy lifestyle option - and her community is really embracing it.

EPISODE 48 // MICHELLE MYERS OF DIRT ROAD CANDLE CO.

EPISODE 48 // MICHELLE MYERS OF DIRT ROAD CANDLE CO.

We’re on the farm outside of Atlantic, Iowa with Michelle Myers of Dirt Road Candle Company for this week’s podcast. Michelle started a side hustle making soy candles - and with scents like Iowa Back Roads, Small Town Gossip, and County Fair - her business has quickly taken off. She’s sharing how she’s built her brand and business, and about her Iowa Farm girl roots and life on the farm.

EPISODE 47 // ENTREPRENEURS COLIN & ERIN TAWNEY

EPISODE 47 // ENTREPRENEURS COLIN & ERIN TAWNEY

This week on the podcast we’re in Cimarron, New Mexico (pop. 1,021) with entrepreneurs Colin and Erin Tawney - and what happened to be a fortuitous stop on our road trip to California earlier this year. Colin and Erin are sharing what led them to bringing a bed and breakfast, brewery, and bike race to their historic town, plus all they’re doing to help bring economic development and positive change to the community. They are a great example of what it looks like to really seize the opportunities their small town has to offer.

EPISODE 46 // EMILY RIDDLE OF GATHERED LIVING

EPISODE 46 // EMILY RIDDLE OF GATHERED LIVING

This week on the podcast we’re in Versailles, Kentucky (pop. 9,292) with entrepreneur Emily Riddle. Emily and her husband have invested into their small town square by bringing in several new businesses, and in just a year and a half it has evolved into a vibrant, thriving destination that’s attracting young people — and most recently Hollywood — as the site for a Drew Barrymore movie set.

EPISODE 45 // PAIGE EHNLE OF NO ROOTS BOOTS

EPISODE 45 // PAIGE EHNLE OF NO ROOTS BOOTS

This week we’re in Metamora, Illinois (pop. 3,732) with Paige Ehnle of No Roots Boots. Paige has combined her passion for travel, meeting people, and high quality western and fashion boots into a boot store on wheels. She now road trips with her vintage Airstream to markets, fairs, festivals, concerts, and other events - selling her boots all over America. She’s sharing all about how she built her business and what she’s learned along the way.

EPISODE 44 // CASSIDY FISHER OF THE NORTHERN CRAFT

EPISODE 44 // CASSIDY FISHER OF THE NORTHERN CRAFT

We’re in Penn Valley, California this week on the podcast with fiber artist Cassidy Fisher of The Northern Craft. She’s sharing about how she turned her passion for art into a full-time profession, and how she uses inspiration from the beautiful things around her to create her collections. Plus, she’s dishing about her incredible experience at Magnolia’s Silobration and the impact that’s had on her business.

EPISODE 43 // LUKE & KENYON LOMAX OF PRAIRIE SKY JEWELRY CO.

EPISODE 43 // LUKE & KENYON LOMAX OF PRAIRIE SKY JEWELRY CO.

This week on the podcast we’re in Pawhuska, Oklahoma with Luke and Kenyon Lomax of Prairie Sky Jewelry Company. With a fairly new business and products that have quickly become high in demand, we have an incredible conversation on how they have built their business and their life, and how they transitioned from life on the road to their new home on the farm in Pawhuska. From learning their trade to social media to customer service and so much more - they have a lot of gold to share that any small business owner can learn from.

EPISODE 42 // MATTHEW SLIGAR OF RICE FARMING TV

EPISODE 42 // MATTHEW SLIGAR OF RICE FARMING TV

This week on the podcast we’re in Gridley, California (pop. 6,937) with third generation rice farmer Matthew Sligar. Matthew started Rice Farming TV to help promote and educate people on the California rice industry through weekly videos on YouTube, and he’s gained quite a following. He’s talking all things rice farming and how his videos have opened up some great opportunities.

EPISODE 41 // DESIGNER REGAN DOELY OF DOE A DEER

EPISODE 41 // DESIGNER REGAN DOELY OF DOE A DEER

This week on the podcast we’re with designer Regan Doely of Doe A Deer in Stuart, Iowa (pop. 1,648). Regan’s talking about how she’s grown her business from a side hustle on Facebook into a full product line that’s now being sold by national retailers. She’s also sharing how her handmade-focused brand is inspired by her love for vintage and why she loves to work with small shops and businesses in rural America.

EPISODE 40 // COWBOY LIFE AND LOVE STORIES PHOTOGRAPHER LYNDSEY GARBER

EPISODE 40 // COWBOY LIFE AND LOVE STORIES PHOTOGRAPHER LYNDSEY GARBER

This week on the podcast we’re on the ranch in Datil, New Mexico (pop. 54) with cowboys and love stories photographer Lyndsey Garber. We talk about what it’s been like for Lyndsey to grow her rural business from a side hustle to a portfolio with national clientele. Plus she has some great things to say about the power of story, and even shares her own cowboy love story.

EPISODE 39 // MARY HEFFERNAN OF FIVE MARYS FARMS

EPISODE 39 // MARY HEFFERNAN OF FIVE MARYS FARMS

We’re sitting down with Mary Heffernan of Five Marys Farms. We met up at their M5 Burgerhouse in Fort Jones, California (pop. 839) to talk about all things Five Marys. Like, how she first discovered her love for small business, why she loves the rural life, the power of Instagram, and so much more. Mary is an entrepreneur at heart and you’ll be so inspired hearing how she and her family have built Five Marys from the ground up.

EPISODE 38 // BROOKE CLAY OF RURAL GONE URBAN

EPISODE 38 // BROOKE CLAY OF RURAL GONE URBAN

We recently met up with Brooke Clay of Rural Gone Urban as our travel paths were crossing in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We had a great conversation about the power of story, her Rural Influencer Project and what makes someone an influencer, and why the narrative is changing for rural America. Plus we let you in on the story behind The Ruralist and how that came to be.

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