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Replay of 2018 Garden Goals Challenge from the Organic Gardener Podcast! 2019 challenge coming VERY SOON!

Sept 25, 2014 Potato harvest

I’m so close to wrapping up Free Garden Course.com and I know you are going to love the new one that will take place in a real google classroom!
When it’s ready, we’ll have a new 2019 Garden Goals challenge and full color workbook I think you will love! Go ahead and listen to last year’s challenge. There’s a facebook group you can join and even access the google classroom with access code 75yju4.
I’ve put together days 1-8 all in one nice neat place so you can listen again and start planning your 2018 garden journey. I’m going to walk you through the steps of planning your garden goals so you are growing awesome nutrient dense vegetables with the least amount of work and time. Now I’m not gonna fool you and say it’s all gonna be easy but I will say it will be worth it.

256. 5 Garden Herbs for Flu Season | Geodesic Domes and Greenhouses from Growing Spaces | Lem Tingly | Pagosa, Springs, CO

Lem Tingley from Growing Spaces sellers of geodesic greenhouse kit that allows you to grow food year round even in extreme locations like Montana or Colorado! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

250. Edible Weeds with Organic Gardener Podcast Listener “That Crazy Neighbor!” Matthew Zoeller | Denver, CO

listener Matthew Zoeller

Matthew Zoeller, listener and fellow teacher, shares his passion for local weed gathering and eating edible weeds that grow in yards and ditches alike! What an awesome guest for episode 250. So sorry about the sound :(( Hope it’s loud enough with headphones! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

Garden Gossip about Native Plants | Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith from Big Blend Radio | Tuscon, AZ

Big Blend Blog Talk Radio

Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, Big Blend’s mother-daughter editor and publishing team are here from Big Blend Blog Talk Radio to discuss native plants. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

2018 Garden Goals Challenge from the Organic Gardener Podcast!

Sept 25, 2014 Potato harvest

I’ve put together days 1-8 all in one nice neat place so you can listen again and start planning your 2018 garden journey. I’m going to walk you through the steps of planning your garden goals so you are growing awesome nutrient dense vegetables with the least amount of work and time. Now I’m not gonna fool you and say it’s all gonna be easy but I will say it will be worth it.

202. OFF GRID with DOUG and STACY | youtubers | Northern Missouri | Part 2

Off Grid With DOUG and STACY youtube channel

OFF GRID with DOUG and STACY are youtubers who basically post daily videos about their daily life. They built a log cabin in 90 days from scratch. Built it with no carpentry skills. They have an organic garden with raised beds. They use the Back to Eden method. This year they built a greenhouse to extend their season. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

154. Sustainable Living, Organic Baby Food and Small Family Farming | Moxie Farms | Columbia Falls, MT | Naomi Morrison

Cheers at Moxie Farms

I was coming home the other day and stopped at the Farmr’s Market, because I am always looking for guests and I met Naomi Morrison from Moxie farms. Mother, Farmer, entrepreneur and full time hardworking employee. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

148. Sustainable Dish | Diana Rodgers | Boston, MA

DIana Rodgers Sustainable Dish

I’m excited to introduce a fellow podcaster, Diana Rodgers from Sustainable Dish. Sustainable Dish, and she is a nutritionist so she is a little more like me as her husband is the farmer and does more of the gardening type of work. She is going to talk with us about the more nutritious part of eating healthy food. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

125. Community Building Pizza Farm | Bill and Julie Ross | Good Roots Farm and Gardens | Brookings, SD

Bill and Julie Ross from Good Roots Farm and Gardens share their passion for sustainable agriculture, educating their community and growing food for their pizza oven. They host events for businesses and weddings at their South Dakota Farm. Read more at www.organicgardenerpodcast.com