The big wheels of the yellow bus spun around and chunks of mud flew all around as seasoned NATS bus driver, Nina, pressed on the gas to try to free her bus from its muddy trap. Without any luck, the bus remained stuck a quarter mile from where her sweaty troop of detasselers were waiting...Read More
When Justice Wyatt began his first day detasseling on that temperate Nebraska morning, he had one goal in mind: to finally buy the 3,803 piece Lego Star Wars Death Star he’d dreamed about since he was five years old. The price of the Death Star was steep, and even though it would require a lot...Read More
Written by Gretchen Garrison Little did Liz Feuerborn realize back in 2008 that when she gave permission to her daughter, Nancy, to start her first job, that she was starting a family tradition. At the time, Nancy was 14. One of her friends had told her about detasseling, and she decided that she wanted...Read More
Standing fifteen hands tall, this chocolate brown beauty has a very special owner. Not very many teenagers can say that they purchased a horse using their own money. But Abigail Fox can.
“I was sitting in this room full of attorneys who were picking apart my resumé during the interview. The one thing they all kept coming back to was ‘You detasseled for NINE years?’”
If you have an extra ten bucks and want to change someone’s life, this would be an excellent way to do it.
How can we make a seasonal business impact our community and world for good long after the summer is over?
I had to give up the idea of building a small school for the children in the Bangalore, India slum quarry. It was very hard for me to do that. You can only imagine my utter astonishment about how God provided for that need.