2h 15min   |   English |  Wade Saxton

Hello Friends, Imagine a world where media companies celebrate everyday heroes rather than celebrities and influencers; a world where small businesses are appreciated and acknowledged for the support of their local community. This is the world that Project Legends is striving to create

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Season 1 Episode 1

1. Amy Rose Foll - Virginia Free Farm

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Virginia Free Farm believes in food sovereignty. One founder, Amy Rose, said, "[They want to] create alternative modeling to the prevailing agriculture models". And they do this by providing a regional seed bank, teaching people how to grow their food, and providing chicks and other livestock to people and communities.

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2. Derek Foll - Virginia Free Farm

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The techniques that Amy Rose and Derek Foll teach people are also very valuable. Amy Rose is Indigenous and part of the Wabanaki Confederacy. They have decided to stay true to Amyrose's roots and they teach people in the community Indigenous ways of growing food and maintaining the land. These traditional techniques help the community and the ecosystem in many ways.

Season 1 Episode 3

3. Devra Brusso - Parlay 8

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Parlay 8 is a niche business that provides a special focus on pirate fashion, from historical to fantasy. The business came into existence completely by accident by a couple who wanted to spend time together doing something fun. Devra and Jay wanted matching pirate costumes for Halloween. They searched for historically accurate costumes, but they could only find "sexy" versions of the costume.

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4. Jay Brusso - Parlay 8

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Parlay 8's strong connection to the reenactment groups allowed their brand to grow, but when covid caused the nation to enter lockdown, the reenactments had to stop. Smoke and Bacon offered them an opportunity to show off their amazing collection and to allow them to continue educating the public about the Golden Age of Piracy.

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5. Lindsey Saxton - Smoke & Bacon Media LLC

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Lindsey Saxton was an advocate for creating the book club on the Smoke and Bacon App. The idea came to her during the pandemic, where she rediscovered her love for reading and wanted to share that with others. The app has a huge veteran base. While a book club may not seem like a community that veterans would join, it allowed many to find others who were also interested in reading.