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Take the 2019 Organic Gardener Podcast Challenge! | Complete Free Organic Garden Course in 6 weeks!

So this is our Organic Gardener Podcast Challenge for 2019:

Complete Free Organic Garden Course in 6 weeks.

Starting March 11, 2019 and ending on Earth Day April 22, 2019

Join the Private Secret Facebook Group of Green Future Growers and post all assignments each week by midnight Sunday. Complete all lessons, quizzes and bonus assignments. Submit midterm and finals for credit.

Receive your certificate on Earth Day Monday, April 22, 2019 to celebrate!

  • Do you want to learn how to improve your soil health?
  • Do you want to know how we built our organic oasis over the years?
  • Would you like extra help finishing Free Organic Garden Course?

We know it’s a lot of material because we created it, but we’re here to help you finish and come out with a plan to create and most of all be able to enjoy your own organic oasis in 2019!

2019 Organic Gardener Podcast Challenge Tentative Schedule pdf

Have you ever taken a college course? I know I tried to teach myself how to play the guitar for years but it wasn’t until I paid for lessons did my playing take off! Ever tried to lose weight, run a marathon, learn Spanish? Going it on your own is fine, but if you want your growth to move at a rapid pace there’s nothing like having a knowledgeable instructor to guide you. And here you get the benefit of Mike’s expertise as well as my education background. So we challenge you to finish the course in just six weeks with our guidance.

A midterm and a final? But I hate testing.

As a teacher I feel that assessments make great learning experiences. Things you miss on a test end up standing out down the line. And don’t worry about passing, all tests are open book and you can take them as many times as you like because what we want is you to be confident that you can turn your brown thumb green just like I did! My podcast has inspired me and taught me so much I know it will help you to.

Resiliency in a changing climate

Mike and I have just scratched the surface with the info in Free Organic Garden Course. Not only are we learning every day but thanks to climate change all farmers and gardeners are learning everyday how to deal with extreme weather. But that’s the great thing about organics. Organics thrive in extreme conditions where commercial ag needs ideal conditions to produce top yields. Because organic earth friendly practices focus on designing a healthy ecosystem full of diverse plants and soil organisms that are less susceptible to pests and diseases.

Watch the video to see the tentative schedule

Don’t forget the bonuses as a founding member of the first 2019 class!

Get our List of Favorite tools for any homestead or oasis.

Recommended resources ~ Reference Books every garden library should contain.

You’ll also get a copy of my relationship building checklist already filled in so you know exactly what episode to listen to help you on your garden journey.


And we’re also going to include for the first 25 people who sign up we’re also going to include a copy of both the Free Garden Course Workbook and a copy of the Garden Journal! (*hardcopies to US locations only ~ international students will get a digital pdf)

Click here to read the tentative syllabus 

Join here for only $37.00 by March 8, 2019 and let’s get growing! ClickHere

Remember you can check out the first few videos of Free Organic Garden Course here!

If you just want to purchase the books on your own you can order them direct from amazon here!


Free Garden Course Workbook


Garden Journal


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Remember you can check out the first few videos of Free Organic Garden Course here!


About the author, Jackie Marie

I'm an artist and educator. I live at the "Organic Oasis" with my husband Mike where we practice earth friendly techniques in our garden nestled in the mountains of Montana.

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