Amber Smith, rancher & program director, Women in Ranching 7-1-2020

The Women of Regenerative Ag: Transforming the Health of the Soil, Land & People by Aurora Flynn

Episode notes

Amber Smith the program director of Women in Ranching for the Western Landowners Alliance. Women in Ranching provides transformational space for women to support human synergy around re-envisioning what is possible in agriculture. Amber has been ranching in rural communities for 14 years with her husband and two young children. They currently steward 53,000 acres known as Antelope Springs Ranch in eastern Montana. Amber’s passion is rooted in building a future where rural families thrive, and all people are empowered and supported in pursuing work that aligns with their personal goals and deeply connects them to their community. Her time studying in the Middle East, and six years as Activity Director for a rural nursing home, helped her develop a unique passion for creating spaces of dignity, joy and acceptance.

Highlights of this episode i ... 

 ...  Read more
climate solutionsthe women of regenerative agsoil4climatesoil healthgrazingholistic managementaurora flynnamber smithwomen in ranching