Amanda Dooney shares her resilience tips as farm manager

Amanda Dooney and her husband Hayden have bought a total of 80 acres of high-density apple orchards near Simcoe, Ontario since 2019. The arrival of the pandemic challenged strategic plans for Suncrest Orchards.

 

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower, goes 'Behind the Scenes' of the August cover story titled FARM MOMS ALWAYS WORK FROM HOME and speaks with Amanda about how stable accommodations and accommodating change have kept temporary foreign workers happy and safe.

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