Matriarch of the Fillmore Family and the Fillmore Family Foundation.
Prairie by nature, Gorgeous by god.
You love her. You hate her. She's the Aunt and Mother you can't get
rid of. Linda, a Saskatchewan-born, widowed, farmer has dedicated
her semi-retirement years to sharing the tales and journeys of prairie
folk. Born in 1933, Linda learned at a young age that the key to survival
was not only fresh prairie air and good hard work, but also that a
"forty" of Golden Wedding goes a long way in stiffening the bones
for a long hard winter, and sure makes the boys at the Legion hall
look a might bit prettier on a cold prairie night.
Linda is co-author of the best-selling culinary collection, Meals
to the Field: The Art of Prairie Cooking.
When Linda is not busy with prairie endeavours, and rare performances
at the Prairie Fairies Fowl Supper, she turns her attention to fighting
the "Axis of Evil" from her winter home in Yuma, Arizona, which she
shares her now elusive sister Doreen.