Bob Quinn shares his passion and extensive knowledge on organic farming and his awesome new book Grain by Grain: A Quest to Revive Ancient Wheat, Rural Jobs, and Healthy Food
Part 2 of Michelle and Larry Lesher drop golden seeds galore in this 2 part episode about running a small successful Flower and Vegetable CSA in Indiana. Connect with them at https://eastwardgardens.com On instagram https://www.instagram.com/eastwardgardens/ Check out the show notes here: www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com/275-eastward-gardens
Join the challenge here https://organicgpodcast.samcart.com/products/2019-organic-gardener-podcast-challenge/
I feel like I haven’t explained exactly what is the big difference between the Free Garden Course itself and the 2019 Challenge that is worth $37.00? So the Challenge will officially start Monday, I want to give Progressive Radio Network listeners one more time to explain exactly what the challenge is enough.
And really there is not that much! EXCEPT when you complete the 2019 OGP Challenge
One if you live in the United States and you sign up for the challenge and you are one of the first 25 people, you will get a hard copy of the book and a hard copy of the garden journal delivered to you!
Learn more about free organic garden course and if the challenge is right for you here: https://organicgardenerpodcast.com/free-garden-course-com/ Thanks always for listening! My interview with Justin Rohner coming next is full of golden seeds you’re gonna love.
So much for raw, I redid this episode because the sound was off in the last one. Also, I have updated the show notes. I’m so excited to talk to my guest from Texas because I’ve been looking for someone to talk to us about Organic Lawn Care! So from Hippie Fertilizing here is Rockstar Millennial AJ Olson! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
Checkout his website at https://hippiefertilizing.com/
Remember the cart is closing on Friday to sign up for the 2019 Challenge for just $37 you can join us to complete free garden course in 6 weeks! I gave an ONLINE Webinar about creating your own organic oasis and how FREE Garden Course can help you develop your own organic oasis.
You can watch the replay here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/6872136087238942465 (sorry, yes you have to enter an email? It doesn’t get used anywhere)
And you can also learn is the 2019 Organic Gardener Podcast Challenge for you. It’s certainly not for everyone but I think there are a lot of my listeners who want some guided instruction and a cohort to learn along with. There are extra assignments to post in a Secret Private Facebook Group where we will go through the course over 6 weeks and if you get all the work completed you will graduate on Earth Day 2019 with a certificate signed by me!
So I hope you’ll join us here: https://organicgpodcast.samcart.com/products/2019-organic-gardener-podcast-challenge/Thanks always for listening and reading!
Food52 blogger Lindsay-Jean Hard cares deeply about sustainable farming and beautiful food and how the two co-exist, and shares that in her Cookbook Cooking with Scraps. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
Care Bellamy is a REALTOR® and beekeeper who “Cares” about our planet and the creatures that inhabit it and eating healthy organic food. She shares her amazing garden journey in Florida and the Sustainability Project she founded that connects neighborhoods. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
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
This has nothing to do with gardening but I thought you would like it anyway. It has to do with the founder of Earth Day and I feel is very timely now as we think about the things in our government that don’t work the way we always want them to, it’s an example of what positive change we can do when we work together.
Java from Java’s Compost shares their journey to develop a successful full service and DIY composting business in N.J. working towards a sustainable future. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
Jay Sinha and his wife Chantal Plamondon started Life Without Plastic back in the early 2000s when their son was born and they wanted to reduce the amount of plastic in their lives. Today to share their story and their new book is Jay Sinha. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com