12.1.20 In 1989, Gary Rosman was a 36 years old wheat farmer with plans to buy more land when a grain auger he was moving fell and crushed his back. Paralyzed, Rosman could have accepted his doctor’s advice to get used to a wheelchair. He didn’t, and as a result not only did he learn to walk again, he learned how to be happy. In episode 206 entitled: Let’s See What We Can Do About That—Or How Garry Rosman Learned To Walk Again, the 66 year old reveals the physical and psychological journey he has taken over the last 30 years while continuing to farm his 1,600 acre farm north of Davenport. Subscribe to Wheat All About It! on iTunes or other podcast apps for Android phones like Stitcher and Pocket Casts. The podcast is also available at the Washington Grain Commission website at wagrains.org and on the WGC Facebook page.
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The 2020 RiverFest celebration, sponsored in part by the Washington Grain Commission, was canceled this year on account of COVID-19, but a virtual celebration is planned in its place. Google RiverFest 2020. Revisit the 2019 event in episode 146 when thousands of people jammed Columbia Park on the shore of the Columbia River, learning about the importance of the Lower Snake River Dams and Locks.