She's Got It All
Virginia H. Harris Progressive Farmer Associate Editor
Mon Mar 23, 2015 01:59 PM CDT

Alicia Mielke is one of those people who seems to do it all and have it all together at the same time.

She's a farm girl originally from Harrington, Wash., who continues to lend a hand to her parents by making a cross-country trek each year to help them harvest the wheat crop on their 5,000-acre farm.

Cross-country trek isn't an exaggeration. The 26-year-old works full-time in Boston, Mass., at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where she manages its various concert series.

To top it off, she's a professional, classically trained flutist who has worked with world-class instructors all across ...

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