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168. Judy Frankel | In Search of the Next P.O.T.U.S.: One Woman’s Quest to Fix Washington (In Search of a Popular America)

Judy Frankel In Search of the Next POTUS
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In Search of the Next P.O.T.U.S.: One Woman’s Quest to Fix Washington (In Search of a Popular America)

Tell us about yourself.

I grew up on a farm in Pennsylvania believe it or not, and I have the farm genes in my genes…

It was eating those unbelievable tomatoes. Uou just can’t buy those tomatoes in the supermarket. I moved out to California it was because I wanted warm weather all year. Wrong! So when I tried to grow them on a balcony…

When I met my first master gardener.

I took the 10 week course, and passed the test. You have to do a bunch of volunteering. 

Then we moved to Massachusetts. I took it again there…

This zone is completely different. California is all about growing food. The mission is to teach low income families to grow your own. In Massachusetts you can’t do that because their growing season is only 3 months long . You can do it in Montana if you have a greenhouse. If you take your plants inside.

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About the author, Jackie Marie

I'm an artist and educator. I live at the "Organic Oasis" with my husband Mike where we practice earth friendly techniques in our garden nestled in the mountains of Montana.

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