Lauren Palmer, like the rest of us was handed a big bowl of lemons, and boy did she make a damn good lemonade. Already having a big farm business, she added a Summer Camp, School, and air B&B to her property. how's that for a pandemic pivot! We talk about all of it today, so listen up! This episode is sponsored by Charpiers bakery, What Chefs Want, Spot on, Complete Health partners, Sitex, and Supersource. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brandon-styll/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brandon-styll/support
Ep. 80: Lauren Palmer + Leah Palmer (The Wild Mother)
Botanical Brouhaha Podcast
Today we’re visiting with Lauren Palmer & Leah Palmer, owners of The Wild Mother located in the Arts District, Downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on Kickapoo, Osage, Wichita, & Comanche land. We're grateful for the opportunity to continue the conversation we began in Episode 70. Today we're digging a little deeper on some of the ways Lauren and Leah lead The Wild Mother to use their artistry for #morethanjustflowers (as they like to say). Join us as we talk about: the legacy work they feel strongly about carrying on the anti-racism curriculum they developed for discussing systems of injustice in America how they find ways to celebrate, remember, honor, grieve, and educate through their floral medium how they will flower with purpose as collaborators of the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission to memorialize the 1921 Greenwood Massacre ways we, as floral creatives, can join The Wild Mother in offering healing gestures using flowers GoFundMe for #SendFlowersTo Greenwood LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 80: Lay of the Land | An Online Course for Creatives on Building Affirming, Equitable, and Just Brands LEARN MORE ABOUT THE WILD MOTHER HERE: Website | Instagram | Facebook The Botanical Brouhaha Podcast is brought to you by: BLOOM TRUST CO. A curated collection of floral resources you can trust. Click here to learn more. Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Landon McGee
Episode Thirty One: Lauren Palmer on Blooming Where You are Planted
Epic Ordinary Lives
Lauren Palmer the owner of Bloomsbury Farm shares the lessons learned and challenges overcome in creating her farm. This story is particularly powerful because she did not start out in the field of farming, yet pursued her passion and learned many along the way. For more of her work, you can go to bloomsburyfarms.com. For more episodes of this podcast, head to epicordinarylives.com.
154. If You Want To Be An Eagle, You Have to Fly With Eagles w/ Lauren Palmer
Brunch and Slay Podcast
Children, hometowns, prayers, and haters are all on deck for this week’s brunch with Lauren Palmer. She’s stepping out on faith to live in her very own, beautiful world as a mother, wife, CEO, writer, and so much more.Email Blurb: Step out of your daily lives and into a world of beauty. A world you create based on what makes you genuinely happy. That’s the goal for Lauren Palmer. Listen in to the BAS podcast to feel inspired and motivated to create the life you want.Social Media Handles:https://theartoflivingbeautifully.net/ https://www.facebook.com/theartoflivingbeautifully/Instagram: @theartoflivingbeautifullyhttps://www.pinterest.com/taolbpins/ (the art of living beautifully)
Pediatric Cancer, Having Twins, and Raising Four Kids with Lauren Palmer
My long-time friend Lauren Palmer is on the show today to share her family's incredible story. In 2017, she announced her twin pregnancy with her husband Joel. Big sister Caroline and big brother Jennings were thrilled to be welcoming two Christmas blessings to their busy household. But everything came to a screeching halt when 2.5 year old Jennings was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) when Lauren was 36 weeks pregnant with the twins. Lauren is sharing the story of a twin pregnancy, Jennings' diagnosis and fight against cancer, how big sister Caroline saved Jennings' life, and what life - and Lauren's faith - is like at this point in their journey. Be sure to follow Melissa on instagram at @influentialmotherhood and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/influentialmotherhood. Check out www.influentialmotherhood.com for more inspiring stories and podcast episodes.
Listen to Lauren Palmer as she talks about her son's journey with leukemia. Lauren was 34 weeks pregnant with twins when she found out that Jennings had leukemia, and she was immediately thrown into the world of treatment, medication, and transplants. Now, Jennings is approaching a year since the day he had a bone marrow transplant, and he recently went back to preschool for the first time since his diagnosis. Lauren's faith was strong even in the moments of the unknown, and she is still praising Him even admits the craziness. Listen to hear her story!
175: Lauren Palmer of Bloomsbury Farm on Sprouts, CSA, and Community Connections
Farmer to Farmer with Chris Blanchard
Lauren Palmer raised 15 acres of vegetables in Smyrna, Tennessee, just south of Nashville. With year-round production, a sprouts operation, a 300-member CSA, wholesale accounts, farmers markets, and on-farm events, Bloomsbury Farm is a thriving hot spot in the local food scene in Nashville. We dig into how Lauren has built the farm from the ground up since its start in 2009, taking a deep dive into Bloomsbury’s sprout production, employment structures, and CSA setup. We discuss how she deals with extreme deer pressure and regulations, and how she navigated a farm divorce. And Lauren reflects on the value of four-season production and building relationships with her customers and community. Perennial support for the Farmer to Farmer Podcast is generously provided by Vermont Compost Company. Pictures, show links, and more at farmertofarmerpodcast.com/episodes/palmer.
Growing a Farm, Raising a Child with Lauren Palmer
Whole Motherhood with Hilary Barnett
6/29/18- We talk to Lauren Palmer, owner of Bloomsbury Farm in Smyrna, TN about growing her organic farm from scratch, raising her daughter on the farm, and all things delicious and local. Reading List Bloomsbury Farm Website Bloomsbury Farm Instagram Folk Music List Original music performed and composed by Matthew Barnett Where to Find Us […]
Lauren, along with her sisters, owns a floral studio and event venue in Oklahoma City. She talks about starting and running these companies - the hard parts and the beautiful parts. Lauren also talks about delving into her genealogy and its importance in fully accepting and embracing who she is. I LOVE the respect she pays to the ones who went before her - so inspiring!She's also an insane musician, plays a million instruments and sings like a dream (which you mayyyyy get to hear on the show). Lauren also talks about a new initiative she helped create called The Conversation Workshops, which provides tools and safe spaces for healthy conversations around racial reconciliation and systemic injustice.