Follow Us On:

Archive for March 2015

Episode 23: Cathy Nesbitt | Cathy’s Crawly Composters | Toronto, Canada

Cathy Nesbit Cathy's Crawly Composters

Cathy is a worm advocate environmental education business with a focus on worm composting and organic diversion. Cathy is all about food security, waste management and doing it naturally. Her amazing list of awards for her environmental activism can be seen at her website as well as tons of information about vermicomposting and how it…

Listen to this episode

22. Deborah and David Wagner long time gardeners

Deborah and David Wagner share their gardening journey from growing up on a farm in western Washington to gardening organically in Eureka, Montana. Their challenges include combating 4 legged terrorists like deer and Montana’s cold weather climate to successful cabbage, zucchini and raspberry plants. Deborah and I have been friends for almost ten years here…

Episode 21: Nola Rhodes Master Gardener and Organic House Plant Enthusiast


So before I start today’s show, I just want to tell you about some technical difficulties I had at the beginning of the interview today. There maybe some parts where my voice didn’t record at all and so it’s a little bit bumpy to start, but Nola has some great answers to share so I…

Listen to this episode

20: Organic Savage gardeners Katie and Aaron share their Indiana gardening journey into edible landscaping


  Tell us a little about yourself. Arron Nicholson and Katie from Muncie, Indiana are striving to grow an abundance of diverse edible plants for humans and wildlife. They are focused on getting the most out of their yard by planting edible perennials, fruit trees and berry bushes. They utilize permaculture techniques and organic gardening practices.  Lose the…

Listen to this episode

18: Dianne Hansen | Local Gardener and Young Living Essential Oils Member | Fortine, MT


Tell me about your first gardening experience? Father did serious gardening, used manure. What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean to you? Using manure and weeds to amend the soil and lots of worms. Who or what inspired you to start using organic techniques? Dad and other elders How did you learn how to garden organically?…

Listen to this episode