In the premier episode of the New Rural Advocate podcast, I interview my friend Lincoln Fishman, a local farmer. We chatted after dusk out on the porch of Lincoln’s farm store. He shares how an impulse to teach urban Latino kids about where their food comes from eventually led him to quit teaching and become a farmer. During the conversation, Lincoln muses about the challenges of making a living selling food grown ethically and the promise of New Ruralism as a way of life.
Download Episode 1.