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Jamie Lindamood

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 (8), Henry (6) and Charlie (4). 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...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 and Greenwood County Cattlewomen social media outlets.

2020: The Year To Remove Food “Buzz Words” From Our Vocabulary

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Can we stop with the food buzz words? They seem never ending! Each product trying to make their product seem superior to the next – it has created an elitism in food that is...

Believe in the Magic of Christmas

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Believe in the Magic of Christmas is my all-time favorite saying about the holiday season. The saying has graced my annual Christmas card for more than 20 years and probably will forever…it just makes me...

Raising Community-Minded Kids

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There is nothing quite like a community coming together to accomplish something. The sense of community is incredibly powerful! Whether it’s in a big town and someone has an idea to add beautiful potted...

Why You Need A Doctor You Love

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I feel I am pretty well versed in doctors. I have seen my fair share over the years, as have most of you, I'm sure. Some doctors are those that you see a time...

Making Kansas Cool for Our Kids

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I’ve said it before and I will say it again…I did not like Kansas when I was growing up. I thought Kansas was so boring! But the truth is, everything is boring everywhere when you are...

Giving More Than Time & Money :: Organ & Blood Donation in Kansas

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#Momlife is hard. Work. Kids. Laundry. Spouse. Dinner. (What am I going to make for dinner!?) Volunteering. Showering. Allll the "mmmooooooooooms" Activities. and so on…. Being a grown-up (& a mom) is overwhelming...For real. But here’s the deal, it doesn’t take much to make a real...

Milk and Butter and Cream, Oh My! June is National Dairy Month

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Living on a dairy is not something that I have ever aspired to do. I live on a cattle ranch, and it's lot of work…but living on a dairy is a whole new level...

May is Beef Month – Have You Thanked a Cow Today?

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May is Beef Month! Have you thanked a cow today? Each year the Governor proclaims May as Beef Month in our gorgeous state of Kansas, and for good reason. Did you know that there are 6.4...

Spring Has Sprung :: Prescribed Burning in the Flint Hills

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Spring has sprung, or so the calendar says (we have to take it day by day here in Kansas). Spring is such an exciting time of the year. I’ve always wondered why they call it...

Ranch Life: Calving Season in Kansas

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Many probably wonder what being a rancher is all about. What do they do all day? And the reality is, the day-to-day job is really quite simple…ensuring the health and safety of their animals...

Why Thank You Notes Are Important

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When we were kids, my mother made us write thank you notes for everything. Anytime we got something – a gift, an experience, you name it, we wrote a note for it. We got...

OMG, Not GMOs!

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Up and down the aisles of the grocery store, there are an overwhelming number of packages that are labeled with “non-GMO.” Enough so that it makes you start feeling that you must seek out...

Lazy Santa 101

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The holidays are full of fun traditions when it comes to Santa Claus and Christmas. I love seeing, watching, and reading about all of the fun things that friends and family do to make...

Signs of Fall :: Harvest in Kansas

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Nothing says fall in Kansas quite like the word Harvest. Here in the "Bread Basket" we grow a lot more than wheat, however, I’m willing to bet that when most of us hear the word...