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Chemical Free by ’53! 100% Organic | Grain By Grain | Interview #287 Bob Quinn Returns | Big Sandy, MT

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

272. Start Your Farm for the 21st Century Sustainable Farmer | Plant To Profit | Ellen Polishuk | Washington DC

Author of the new book Start Your Farm for the 21st Century Sustainable Farmer, Teacher, and Consultant Ellen Polishuk from Plant to Profit shares golden seeds on gardening and sustainable farming. https://organicgardenerpodcast.com/272-ellen-polishuk-plant-to-profit/

275. Flower and Vegetable CSA | Eastward Gardens | Larry and Michelle Lesher | Hardinsburg, Indiana

Michelle and Larry Lesher Eastward Gardens

Michelle and Larry Lesher drop golden seeds galore in this 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

Replay of episode 103. Lentil Underground | Liz Carlisle | Berkley, CA

Lentil Underground Book

Liz Carlisle is the author of the Lentil Underground which tells the story of a group of farmers in Montana who broke free of the industrial farming system by growing organic lentils. See full show notes at www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

121: Biodynamic Farming and Treatment-free Beekeeping | Jacqueline Freeman | Friendly Haven Rise Farm • Venersborg, WA

JACQUELINE FREEMAN from Friendly Haven Rise Farm is a pioneer in the emerging field of natural beekeeping. She is a featured speaker at conferences for organic and treatment-free beekeeping, permaculture and sustainable agricultural. Read more at www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

253. No-Till Farming ~ Nutrient Rich Soil Health Expert| Steve Szudera | BEACH, N.D.

Soil Health Expert Steve Szudera from North Dakota shares his vision to teach others about the benefits of Endomycorrhizal fungi using no-till practices. www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

242. Raising Pigs | Kosloski Farms | Kara Kosloski | Rockstar Millennial and OGP Listener

Kara Kosloski and pig

Kara is a listener and a farmer and a gardener and a ROCKSTAR MILLENNIAL! here to share her farming and gardening journey raising pigs and eating healthy. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

222. Abe’s Acres | Gabe Sicliano | Growing for Market | Hightstown, NJ

Abe's Acres Gabe Siciliano

Here’s the RAW Version for the most part. Sorry about the typing, I really notice it. I hadn’t figured out how to split the tracks yet recording with zoom this but I’m still having sound problems??? Episode 222? 240? STRANGE…. Gabe Sciliano from Abe’s Acres shares his market farming journey including his first year and dreams to plant 9 acres eventually. www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com

Surround Yourself With Flowers • Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden Book Review

Floret Cut Flower Garden Book Review

I got a copy of Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Seasonal Blooms in the mail this week! I could hardly wait to get home this weekend and read it!

replay of espisode 77. Organic Kamut® Wheat and Oilseeds| Bob Quinn | Quinn Organic Farm | Big Sandy, MT

Bob Quinn Kamut Wheat

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.
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