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Protected: Homegrown Humus Cover Crops in A No-Till Garden by Anna Hess Audio Book read by Jackie Marie Beyer

Homegrown Humus: Cover Crops in a No-Till Garden (Permaculture Gardener) (Volume 1)

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2018 Organic Gardener Podcast Garden Journal Record Keeper

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The 2018 Organic Gardener Podcast Garden Journal Record Keeper will be available soon a place to keep track of your produce needs and wants. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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195: Children’s Garden at Woodend Sanctuary Audubon Naturalist Society of the Mid-Atlantic States | Jennifer Brown | Silver Spring, Maryland

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Jennifer Brown from the Children’s Garden at Woodend Sanctuary Audubon Naturalist Society of the Mid-Atlantic States in Silver Spring, MD is here to share. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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replay of episode 86: Garden and Agriculture Educator Extraordinaire Changing how our schools eat one cafeteria at a time | Patti Armbrister | Hinsdale, MT

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Patti Armbrister is an educator and policy changer who looks for positive solutions to producing and eating locally grown food in our schools. This episode was originally published on October 8, 2015. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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replay of 86. Patti Armbrister | Garden and Agriculture Educator Extraordinaire Changing how our schools eat one cafeteria at a time | Hinsdale, MT | Part 2

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This episode was originally published on October 8, 2015. Patti Armbrister is an educator and policy changer who looks for positive solutions to producing and eating locally grown food in our schools. She teaches agricultural education in a rural school but is making change that affects our farmers, students, and families as she connects locally grown healthy food with nutrition and education. This phenomenal speaker and farmer who is also a self-proclaimed “beef geek” shares her story of getting recognizable meat and real potatoes into the school cafeteria. Be inspired to make change in your local school district by learning about the wellness committee, food miles, and how change in our food systems starts at home. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

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