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121: Biodynamic Farming and Treatment-free Beekeeping | Jacqueline Freeman | Friendly Haven Rise Farm • Venersborg, WA

Jacqueline Freeman treatment-free beekeeping

JACQUELINE FREEMAN from Friendly Haven Rise Farm is a pioneer in the emerging field of natural beekeeping. She is a featured speaker at conferences for organic and treatment-free beekeeping, permaculture and sustainable agricultural. Read more at www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

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From brown thumb to green thumb! | Listen to my Organic Gardener Podcast journey on the High Energy Girl Show!

High Energy Girl Podcast

Here’s my interview on the High Energy Girl Podcast where I talk about earth friendly practices, growing organic nutrient dense food, and living sustainably. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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254. Bee-Friendly Practices and Bee-Friendly Gardening | GloryBee | Shandy Carroll | Eugene, OR

Glory Bee Bee-friendly Gardening Save The Bee Program

I’m excited to have a guest here to talk about Bee-Friendly Gardening and sustainability! from Glory Bee in Eugene Oregon here’s Shandy Carroll! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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Composting Infographic | Free Online Organic Garden Course Update and Workbook

Free Organic Garden Course Workbook Cover

Get our Composting Infographic when and get ready for our new Free Organic Garden Course Workbook to be released with a superior online course experience. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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Replay of 40: Kathi O’Leary | Over 35 years gardening experience, Farmers Markets, Garlic and more | NW Idaho & MT

Kathi O'Leary Garlic Field

Kathi O’Leary shares her passion for gardening, her amazing knowledge gained over 35 years, and valuable tips to make your gardening journey successful! She’s grown garlic for private clients, sold starts at the farmer’s markets, and grafted fruit trees for her own orchard. Living in the Rocky Mountains, Kathi shares her experiences of living off the grid, hauling water, and growing a garden close to the earth. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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