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35: Véronique Raskin | from the Organic Wine Company | Speaks About Organic Viticulture


35: Véronique Raskin | from the Organic Wine Company | Speaks About Organic Viticulture   Bonus Episode for Earth Week! Véronique Raskin is the founder of the Organic Wine Company.  Born in the South of France, Véronique has been a pioneer in the organic movement providing organic wines since 1980. I think listeners will enjoy how Véronique…

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34: Mike Lewis | Growing Warriors and the Kentucky Hemp Project | Rockcastle County, Kentucky

MikeLewisGrowingWarriors The Growing Warriors Project The Growing Warriors Project is a program to train, assist, and equip veteran families with the skills, tools, and supplies needed to grow high quality naturally grown produce for their families, their communities, and their country. Tell us a little about yourself. Grew up in Maine, Avon Valley on a sustenance…

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33: Robin Kelson | the Good Seed Company | Whitefish, MT

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Tell us a little about yourself. Good Seed Company sells organic and ecologically farmed seed that’s all locally adapted, biodiverse, non-gmo, open-pollinated, and heirloom. Their goal is to support communities in reestablishing their own practice of selecting, saving and sharing seeds, in order to support communities in rebuilding their own local supply of biodiverse seeds for…

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31: Andrea Hughes | Registered Nurse, Peace Corps Volunteer & Master Gardener | Michigan Lake Blogger


Tell us a little about yourself. Grew up in Michigan, works as a registered nurse, gardening is a hobby. Was in the Peace Corps, in Malawi, Africa and learned a little bit about permaculture worked with Stacia Nordin. Is currently taking the master gardener class through Michigan State University. Tell me about your first gardening experience? Mother…

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29. Peter Jordan | Seed Haven | Ontario, Canada


Tell us a little about yourself. Peter is a retired chemical engineer from the hi-tech software sector. He’s been gardening for about 30 years, until about 3 years ago had only perennials in gardens. He has 10 different gardens now spread out across several acres. Peter developed a custom software irrigation  system to manage the diverse eco-climates that…

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