It took being stranded in her hometown due to COVID for Katie Bacon to reconnect to her creative flow. With the help of her rural roots, she has found connection to the...
Southwest Georgia Living Magazine
December 6, 2020
Giving Purpose to an Old Service Station
In small-town Tifton, Georgia, it’s not uncommon to find a crowd gathered outside an old gas-station-turned-quirky-coffee-shop named Espresso 41.
South Georgia Magazine
September 2, 2020
Lessons Learned From Legacy - Lauren Rutledge
I literally got my love of cattle through my grandfather,” gushes Lauren Rutledge. The admiration she feels for her affectionately named “Papa” and the passion for cattle he has instilled deeply in her is almost palpable as she speaks.
June 22, 2020
Farmer, Father, & Founder of AYO Yogurt
In California’s sun-soaked San Joaquin Valley, AYO Yogurt has been 100 years in the making. What has even more history than the yogurt, however, is the legacy of the family of farmers who came before it.