Growing up in the wheat fields of Kansas and seeing the struggle of farming first hand, Sara Harper, Founder & CEO of Grounded Growth, never thought she would return to agriculture. In this episode of At The Epicenter’s Regenerative Voices™ Elevating Stories Activating Change podcast, Sara joins guest host, Phil Taylor, Co-founder of Mad Agriculture, to share how the unexpected opportunity to revive and regenerate rural agriculture led her in a circular journey back to her roots.

During the episode, Sara discusses how her work on Capitol Hill influenced her passion to reconnect the supply chain that has disconnected brands, farmers and consumers. Phil prompts a deeper dive into the reform vs revolution opportunity we have in the regenerative movement, and Sara shares a compelling case study of how she is helping big brands support a small farm’s regenerative transition.

Discover how Sara’s future positive energy and integrated lifestyle help her to create grassroots connections on a farm level that cut across differences and finds common ground. This episode inspires us to see the potential of whole regeneration that goes beyond the land and into our communities.

Episode #18 – Sara Harper

 
 
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