About

© 2007-2021, North Shore Productions

A new name for a trusted farm broadcast. That’s how Farm to Fork was rebranded in October 2018, continuing a string of more

than 6,000 episodes of a daily ag feature that started in 1996.

Host Darrell Anderson brought his shiny new college degree to Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, in 1979 to start work at the radio

stations that were closest to the farm where he grew up. He did the news and a daily talk show there for nine years before

becoming the managing partner in a small AM station in central Minnesota. He later helped build a companion FM station.

Darrell sold his interest in those stations and, in 1995, started North Shore Productions. The ag feature was the first long-term

enterprise for the company. A second feature followed in 1998 called The Career Clinic, which was hosted by Darrell’s wife and

business partner, Maureen. The Career Clinic became a two-hour talk show in 2008 and was later rebranded as Doing What Works.

Farm to Fork airs on more than 210 radio stations across the United States, putting it among the largest farm radio networks in

the country.

About

© 2007-2020 North Shore Productions

A new name for a trusted farm broadcast. That’s

how Farm to Fork was rebranded in October 2018,

continuing a string of more than 6,000 episodes of a

daily ag feature that started in 1996.

Host Darrell Anderson brought his shiny new

college degree to Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, in 1979

to start work at the radio stations that were

closest to the farm where he grew up. He did the

news and a daily talk show there for nine years

before becoming the managing partner in a small

AM station in central Minnesota. He later helped

build a companion FM station.

Darrell sold his interest in those stations and, in

1995, started North Shore Productions. The ag

feature was the first long-term enterprise for the

company. A second feature followed in 1998 called

The Career Clinic, which was hosted by Darrell’s wife

and business partner, Maureen. The Career Clinic

became a two-hour talk show in 2008 and was later

rebranded as Doing What Works.

Farm to Fork airs on more than 175 radio stations

across the United States, putting it among the

largest farm radio networks in the country.