Abbie Corse grew up hating cows. She went to school for journalism and got involved with arts administration. Then she realized what a lack of seasonal work and attachment to a land base was doing to her mental health. She and her husband chose to move home and Abbie began to reconstruct her relationship with the farm, the experience of working with her parents, and the role of women farmers in the future of Vermont agriculture.
This April 222 podcast episode is part of the Choosing to Farm: New Generation Stories with host Jennifer Colby, who writes, farms, consults and hosts the podcast from her home base of Howling Wolf Farm in Vermont.