Well, I have recorded 9 interviews so far, and number 10 is scheduled for Friday.
You can look forward to hearing from a variety of gardeners about different organic gardens growing around our country.
Lisa Ziegler author of Cool Flowers: How to Grow and Enjoy Long-Blooming Hardy Annual Flowers Using Cool Weather Techniques will share her expertise as a cut flower gardener. Her Virginia farm produces over 250,000 blooms per year for market! Lisa has a wealth of knowledge on her Gardener Workshop website where she teaches organic gardening workshops, flower growing tips, offers seed supplies and tool recommendations, and expert advice on how to grow organically.
Todd Ulizio from Two Bear Farm in Whitefish, MT shares his journey starting as an apprentice to building one of the most successful CSA’s in Montana.
Peggy Ousley will share her gardening knowledge from Eureka, Montana where she has tended gardens and nursery plants for over a decade.
LaDonna Kennick a certified herbalist from North Carolina shares her journey as an organic gardener who has reclaimed the soil on a small acre using Hugelkultur to grow food that has healed her from a variety of incurable illnesses.
Abe Long in Roseburg, Oregon will share his successes as the Garden Coordinator for the free Westside Community Garden Project which has 48 garden plots used by local community members.
Tim Nichols from the Brewing Business Podcast will share his knowledge of growing organic vegetables and hops in Tuscon, Arizona to produce some of the finest tasting craft beer available.
Marie Ramos from Long Island, New York will share successful herb growing techniques and recipes to enjoy.
Dr. Stephanie Seneff a Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts joins me for a conversation about the dangers of pesticides in our foods and the importance of organic agriculture for our society. She has focused on research in the area of environment, nutrition and health, and has published over a dozen papers on these topics in medical and biological journals including links to autism, obesity and many other diseases from chemicals sprayed on our crops.
Many more gardeners to come. Hoping to hit iTunes by this weekend!
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