Photo Friday, Shop Safety Film Shoot

I was originally going to plan a “I am alive” post considering it’s been so long since I’ve blogged. I can assure you it’s not due to lack of content ideas, although my ideas have included topics closer to the realm of “How many dirty diapers can a person handle?!” than “Farming in the fields.”

  But regardless of that wanted to share a few photos from a fun project our farm got to be a part of this past week. 

SAIF and Oregon Aglink came together to working a farm shop safety video that will be given to farms all over Oregon to help in training employees.    

 I’m really excited to see the finished project considering the shoot included things like an ambulance scene, tea party and a poker game.  


 All in all it was a fun day with a great group of people! Both SAIF and Oregon AgLink have always been committed to keeping workers safe on our farms here in Oregon. A big thank you goes to them for their time and commitment. 

And now it’s back to diapers…until next week (hopefully)!

Author: Nuttygrass

I'm a nut and grass farmer, EMT, Firefighter, and world traveler. I love a good laugh and a great adventure!

2 thoughts on “Photo Friday, Shop Safety Film Shoot”

  1. Thank you Brenda, Matt, Matt, Fernando and everybody else at Kirsch Family Farms for their continued support of our efforts!


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