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Archive for March 2018

Bonus Natural Easter Egg Dye with Andrea Catherine from GroundHere.com

Andrea Catherine Grounded Here

Bonus Natural Easter Egg Dying with Andrea Catherine from GroundHere.com using Turmeric, beets, blueberries or other berries for natural delicious eggs. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

New 2018 Spring Garden Journal from the Organic Gardener Podcast Available!

2018 Spring Garden Journal

New 2018 Spring Garden Journal from the Organic Gardener Podcast Available on amazon for only $8.95 It’s a place to record your garden journey. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

221. Edible and Ecological Landscapes | Ecologia Design | Michael Judd | Frederick, Maryland

Ecologia

Michael Judd shares so many golden seeds in this episode where we talk about his business Ecologia Design, permaculture, Paw Paws, edible landscaping, straw bale housing and much more! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

221. PRE-chat only: Edible and Ecological Landscapes | Ecologia Design | Michael Judd | Frederick, Maryland

Michael Judd and Family Ecolosia

Michael Judd and I talk about kickstarter, Paw Paws and lots of green business and marketing in the pre-chat I think a lot of listeners will enjoy. Make sure you download the full interview though because he drops some major golden seeds! www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

Ayurveda Nutrition | Grounded Here – Fearless Self Love Podcast | Andrea Catherine

Andrea Catherine Grounded Here

Andrea Catherine from Grounded Here shares her Fearless Self Love podcast that covers yoga, mindfulness and will talk to us about Ayurveda Nutrition. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

Happy Spring | Community Radio | Call for Guests | Science Action Club and more

pileated woodpecker science action club

Happy Spring | Community Radio | Call for Guests | Science Action Club and more! The Organic Gardener Podcast is about to celebrate 1/2 million downloads. Listen to new updates and things coming this spring! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

218. Organic Mosquito Control | Brown Bread Mozzie Kit Company| Brandi Stupica | Alma, Michigan

Brown Bread Mozzie Mosquito Control Kit

I am super excited to introduce a forward thinking entrepreneurial visionary who is here to tell us about a problem that you have probably had or know someone who has had from the Brown Bread Mozzie Kit Company. And Bonus she’s a Rockstar Millenial! www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

216. Seeding Square | Jennifer Pratt | BC Canada

Seeding Square Group Plant

Here’s the RAW episode of my interview with innovative Seeding Square inventor Jennifer Pratt! I edited while driving today so the show notes are a bit raw to say the least. And I cut out a few major mess-ups in the audio but other then that it’s just live! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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

A replay from last spring of one of the most downloaded episodes of all time on the organic gardener podcast! 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 gives voters the power to fix the U.S. government for good. Judy Frankel shares her incredible gardening knowledge, her expertise in the pesticide and sustainable agriculture industries, and journey to grow nutritious food for her health and family. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

175. Floret Flower Farm | Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Seasonal Blooms | Erin Benzakein | Skagit Valley, WA

Erin Benzakien Floret Flower Farm

I interviewed Erin almost a year ago on March 6, 2018. Her book is still incredibly awesome and I will play my review too and encourage you to write her one as well! Erin Benzakien follows my passion for flowers and has written the book she wishes was there when she started out called Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Seasonal BloomsI have a two acre flower farm its called Floret about an hour north of Seattle. What we’re known for is squeezing a ton of flowers into a really tiny space and we grow more like 4-5 acres in our two small little acres here.