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Summer Corn Skillet Dish| Bonus Cooking Episode #11 with Andrea Catherine | Certified Ayurvedic Health Counselor

Andrea Catherine Grounded Here

Andrea Catherine talks about switching from light summer meals to heartier fall dishes as the weather changes with this delicious easy corn skillet dish. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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RAW!!! 247. Permaculture Skills Center | Erik Ohlsen | Sonoma County, CA

ERikOhlsen

Erik Ohlsen is here to share his passion and knowledge of permaculture design and how you can start your own business that makes a great profit! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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245. No-till Gardening | a Farmden | The Ever Curious Gardener, The Weedless Gardener and The Pruning Book | Gardening Author Lee Reich | Hudson Valley, NY

Garden Author Lee Reich

Author Lee Reich from the Hudson Valley, NY shares his passion for No-Till Gardening and following mother nature and using science to grow a farmden. Please support our Patreon Page so we can keep the show on the air. https://www.patreon.com/OrganicGardenerPodcast
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240. GardenRant Garden Blogger | DC Gardens | Susan Harris | Maryland

GardenRant Garden Blogger

The amazing garden writer, teacher and activist Susan Harris from GardenRant shares her passions for gardening and caring for our planet blending them with love and science. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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Replay of 109.  Jenny Jackson | Jenny Jack Sun Farm CSA | Pine Mountain, Georgia

JennyJackSun Farm

Originally published on 2015/12/31 Christmas Eve! I am replaying this episode because I have a guest coming up who talks about Jenny’s problem of dealing with fire ants. If you haven’t signed up for Jenny’s email I can tell you I love getting their updates it’s always so fun to watch their family grow!On the Jenny Jack Sun Farm located one‐hour southwest of Atlanta in beautiful Pine Mountain, Georgia, Jenny and Chris Jackson, along with two apprentices, grow a generous variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers on 5 acres. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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