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. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
Danny Swan is one of those rockstar millennials I love. Definitely one of my favorite interviews that will inspire you from last february 4th! I know you are going to love this guest from Black Swan Organics and Grow Ohio Valley, a nonprofit organization working to improve food justice in Appalachia. Grow Ohio Valley is working to fashion a new economic landscape, one offering increased prosperity, improved health and a better environment.What a great guest to follow up after Jean-Martin Fortier because Danny Swan is basically doing everything JM Talked about and growing delicious nutrient dense food. A great educator and farmer you are going to love this episode as much as I did! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
They named 3 hearts farm after a Native American tradition You have a heart, I have a heart and the relationship has a heart so 3 hearts of the relationship. Rachel Hicks shares her family’s journey as market farmers in Montana. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
The Research Center strives to explore cutting-edge ideas on the high plains of Montana. It is located on the Quinn Organic Farm in Big Sandy, Montana, within the famed Golden Triangle. The experiments are conducted on small acreage in an effort to determine how a farm family can make a comfortable living on fewer acres. Current experiments include oilseeds for fuel and lubricants, storage and fresh vegetables, crop rotations, green manures, and weed management.
Originally published September 3, 2015 Mark Highland and I were talking about Bob and I was saying he’s all over Facebook etc these days and since this was definitely one of my all time favorites I thought I’d replay it this week for Valentine’s Day because I love so much but a lot about what he talks about having all sorts of local fruits.
James Rolin and his family started Cowboy Cricket Farms in Belgrade about a year ago. After learning about bug nutrition at the Montana State University Bug Buffet. Now, they are farming millions of crickets. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com