JM Fortier who is revolutionizing the way we think about agriculture, small scale farming and most of all how we care for our planet and today he his here with us to share his knowledge and his incredible passion! Author of Market Gardener: A successful Grower’s Handbook for Small Scale Organic Farming JM shares today tricks and tips for your success no matter how big your garden. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
Paul Kita coming soon!
So this episode originally published last year on my anniversary January 29, 2017. But tomorrow I am almost just as nervous as I am interviewing Paul Kita is the James Beard Award-winning Food & Nutrition Editor at Men’s Health. He’s the founder of MensHealth.com’s popular food and cooking blog, Guy Gourmet. He has a new cookbook out called A Man, A Pan, A Plan: 100 Delicious & Nutritious One-Pan Recipes You Can Make Right Now! and I am trying not to be too nervous.
2018 Garden Goals Challenge
When I spoke with JM Fortier I actually spilled my coffee on my Macbook! after almost 15 years of owning a laptop I’ve never even come close to doing anything so silly! Fortunately nothing broke. Anyway I thought this was a great time to repost this episode. Especially with the 2018 Garden Goals Challenge going on because many listeners I know are thinking of becoming market farmers and maybe this will inspire some of them to keep pursuing their dream or help them be more successful!
Mandy Gerth shares her expertise growing for both a CSA and a Farmer’s Market today using organic practices to produce nutrient dense food. See full show notes at www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
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
Ed Evanson gave a great speech on Cottage Foods when I was at the AERO Expo conference. These are the rules for Montana. My husband and I are just starting out and I am excited to learn we could sell some baked products without a certified kitchen. Today he is here to talk about HB478 and how people can create new income and expand their production year by creating products that are non-potentially hazardous foods like chocolate chip cookies, breads and more! See Full Show notes at www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com
Joyce Friend Pinson is a farm-to-table advocate. With a background in agriculture, media and small business Joyce shares real life stories about heirloom gardening, cooking, sampling and food preservation. A baby-boomer living in Appalachia, Kentucky. She is a local television host, writes a regional column and blogs on her website Friends Drift Inn. Full of fun, giggles and valuable information I’d like to welcome to our show the entertaining Joyce Pinson. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com