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Archive for February 2015

15: The Amazing Eve Clowers World Traveler and Organic Homesteader

Tell me about your first gardening experience? In Africa What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean to you? Not using any chemicals Who or what inspired you to start using organic techniques? Rodales Organic Gardening How did you learn how to garden organically? Reading the Organic Gardening Magazine Tell us about something that grew well this year.…

14: Kavita Bay | Rivulet Apiaries & Hindu Hillbilly Farms | Alberton, MT

Kavita Bay shares her story of gardening and raising bees in NW Montana at the Rivulet Apiaries and Hindu Hillbilly Farms. Tell me about your first gardening experience? Early 20s. 38 raised beds. What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean to you? Simply not using anything synthetic…taking care of the soil – biodynamic Who or what inspired…

Episode 13: Karen Carpenter Montana Artist and Gardener

Tell me about your first gardening experience? Rebellious kid who’s mom said OK, do what you want with your garden which led to an important lesson. What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean to you? Chemicals aren’t always good. How did you learn how to garden organically? Talking with people in the area Tell us about…

12: Theodora Brennan | Certified Herbalist from Theodora’s Garden | NW Montana

Theodora Brennan makes salves, creams, lotions, etc from natural herbs that she grows or gathers in NW Montana. Tell me about your first gardening experience? My mother’s garden  in Southern California. What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean to you? Leaving the land better then you found it.                       …

10: Marie Ramos teacher and gardener from Long Island, NY

Marie Ramos taught elementary school for over 31 years. She has lived in the same house in NY for over 73 years and has lots of gardening knowledge to share. Tell me about your first gardening experience? Home and in backyard Knew at early age what vegetables were called. What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean…

9: Dr. Stephanie Seneff | MIT discusses the importance of organic agriculture & dangers of pesticides | Boston, MA

  Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She has a Bachelor’s degree from MIT in biology with a minor in food and nutrition, and a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, also from MIT. She is an author of more…

7: Abe Long |Westside Community Garden | Roseburg, Oregon

Tell me about your first gardening experience? Abe and his wife spent 4 years in Peru working with tribal people out in the jungle on the border of Brazil. What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean to you? Best that we can in given circumstance most natural. sustainable, fewest chemicals, etc. Who or what inspired u…

6: Tim Nichols | Brewing Business Podcast | Tuscon, AZ

Tim Nichols from the Brewing Business Podcast will share his knowledge of growing organic vegetables and hops in Tuscon, Arizona to produce some of the finest tasting craft beer available. Tell me about your first gardening experience? 6 years old – Tuscon with Dad. Grew tomatoes and spices. What does organic gardening/earth friendly mean to you? Using all natural…

5. Certified Herbalist LaDonna Kennick

  Bio: LaDonna Kinnick CFH (Certified Family Herbalist) and organic gardener. Graduate of Dr.John R. Christopher’s School of Natural Healing. I incorporate herbal medicine with permaculture and hugelculture to maximize potential yields, health and wellness of the soil and plants and ultimately feed our bodies the most nutrient dense foods that I can. Tell me about…

Episode 4: Peggy Jane Ousley | local nursery, organic gardener | Eureka, MT

Who or what inspired u to start using organic techniques? Wouldn’t do it any other way. How did you learn how to garden organically? Grandmother Tell us about something that grew well this year. Tomatoes Is there something you would do different next year? Dedicate more time to my own garden, I spend too much…