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/
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So, I heard Thom Hartmann read the actual wording from HR109 about the Green New Deal and thought that’s what I want but it’s taken me over 20 minutes to find the actual text so I’m going to share it with you and you can decide if you want to support it and the Sunrise Movement or not. So I didn’t really mean to read it all but it was so good I couldn’t help myself and it only took 10 minutes. You can read it here yourself https://www.congress.gov/116/bills/hres109/BILLS-116hres109ih.pdf Thanks for listening! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
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
Mentioned by Mike the Gardener in tonights episode I thought I’d replay my interview with the amazing Sam Lillie the CEO and Founder of Vinder is going to be a household name someday and we will all say how did we live without it? Connecting local growers with local eaters he takes hyperlocal food production to a new level. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com