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Jamie Lindamood

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Jamie lives outside of Eureka on a cattle ranch with her favorites...husband, Diltz, and their three kiddos, Sydney (10), Henry (8) and Charlie (6). Works at Krehbiel Architecture in Wichita and spends quite a bit of time in her hometown working, playing, and volunteering. At home in Eureka, she is overly involved too...working with the community for revitalization and always enjoys encouraging people to learn how their food really gets to their plate as an advocate of agriculture through her Day at the Ranch tour, You Are Here agriculture education program and Greenwood County Cattlewomen social media outlets.

Prescribed Burning in the Flint Hills and Kansas Fields

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Spring is such an exciting time of the year. I’ve always wondered why they call it ‘Spring Cleaning’ and as a mom I’ve decided it’s because in spring it is finally nice enough outside...

How to Stock Your Pantry & Freezer to Maximize Your Menu & Minimize Food...

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We live in the middle of nowhere and I love to cook. Running to the store for me is a huge ordeal, it is at least 40 minutes to get there and back, plus...

Making Christmas Your Own Now That You’re A Mom

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! (sing it with me!) Christmas is my favorite time of year. Not just the day, the entire season and everything about it. The religion, the music, the...

Seeing the Kansas State Fair Through Different Eyes as A Farming Family

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For as many years as I can remember, I have loved the Kansas State Fair. When I was a kid, we would meet my grandparents at the fair and enjoy all the things it had...

Taking the Time to Learn from Our Elders While We Still Can

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One of the greatest weaknesses we possess is not realizing how much we have to learn from our elders before they are gone. Their knowledge and history are incredibly important to us, we just...

Where to Take Kids Hunting for Shells & Fossils in Kansas

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When people think about the Great Outdoors in Kansas, their minds automatically go to flat lands, wheat, and cows. And that's fair! We do have a lot of those things. What we don't often think...

Quick & Easy Ways to Use Hamburger for Weeknight Meals

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When you live on a cattle ranch, hamburger is what is for dinner. We have a lot of it on hand. Many a night, I start dinner with some browned hamburger and onion and from...

Country Life 101

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I didn’t grow up in the country. So, my perspective of life in the city is a little bit different than that of my kids. To them, when we travel to the big city...

Dear Santa, Thanks But We’re Good

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What a year it has been. When you recap this past year, we’ve done a lot of things... We’ve made the sourdough starter, baked the bread, tried the diet, done the workouts. We’ve done the Tic-Tok...

30 Days Grateful For My Small Town

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The fall season lends itself to being grateful. The shorter days provide longer, cooler evenings and, in turn, more time with family. Always making us more appreciative of the things that we have right...

The Flint Hills – A Love Affair

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When I was growing up, I would hear people talk about how boring and flat Kansas was. A “fly-over State” is what it was called, and still called by some. I developed the same...

Baking Is Good For The Mind and The Soul

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Nothings says fall quite like baking. Not that I’ve ever needed an excuse to bake…but with the holidays coming (all of which require a lot of “dessert practice”, of course) I don’t feel quite as...

Social Distancing Before It Was Cool

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Here at the ranch, social distancing is kinda our jam… we’ve been doing all of the things that seem to be everyone’s "new normal" for generations! Loooooooong before it was cool! 😂 Closures, cancellations, 50%...

Teaching Kids Without Streaming Services

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I know! It’s crazy! But here in Rural Kansas...the internet leaves a lot to be desired. Sure, I can search the internet, or send an email (can even attach small files!) but streaming is definitely not...