Manhattanites to Farmapreneurs By Beth Bell

Listen in to the upcoming episode on The Beth Bell Radio Show on VoiceAmerica Empowerment as I have farmapreneur and co-founder of the Beekman 1802 Boys Josh Kilmer-Purcell LIVE on air with me. We’ll talk abouting cultivating life, supporting local Artisans and balancing big business!
Many dream of a country home outside of the city. But not many leave their lives as they know it to pursue an unexpected calling. It’s an amazing story of re-inventing oneself, creating a business and saving themselves from the possibility of foreclosure after they both lost heir jobs within one month of each other!
In order to save the farm, they knew they would have to make it profitable and started making soap from goats milk. The media started taking note of their hard work and before they knew it, they become one of the fastest growing lifestyle brands in the country.
If that wasn’t exciting enough, a television network launched a reality show about their effort – The Fabulous Beekman Boys which spread the Beekman message of hard work, living seasonally, and neighborly sharing around the globe. Beekman 1802 has proven that a farm can be much bigger than its fences.

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