Our guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week is Greg Peterson of The Urban Farm in Phoenix, Arizona. Greg is a permaculturist and green living innovator specializing in urban sustainability and growing food on dry lands.
This week's guest, Naomi Wentworth, goes beyond basic composting with her company, The Compost Group. She started a local compost hub in San Diego, CA, a
Our guest this week is Mike Lizotte of American Meadows. He’s better known as “the Seed Man” because of his passion for planting wildflower gardens.
Our guest this week is the ever-enthusiastic evangelist about biodynamics, Steven Wynbrandt. He's the founder of Wynbrandt Farms and Wynbrant Farms Biodynamic Compost. Steven teaches biodynamics around the world and puts his training into practice in his own garden in Los Angeles.
Back in April we spoke with a fellow Great Grow Along speaker, Wendy Kiang-Spray about growing and cooking with Asian vegetables. Wendy is the author of The Chinese Kitchen Garden: Growing Techniques and Family Recipes for a Classic Cuisine. She's a speaker and inspirational garden blogger, and she just lived through the cicada emergence in Maryland.
This week we're delighted and honored to have Ira Wallace as a guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast. Ira is co-owner of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange and is a well-known seed saver and educator.
Our guest this week is Matt Rees-Warren, author of The Ecological Gardener: How to Create Beauty & Biodiversity from the Soil Up. He chats with Christy from his home in England about how we can reduce plastic, conserve resources, and create ecosystems in our gardens.
This week's guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast is an inspiration in every way. Tasha Powell took her own journey toward growing food, and turned it into the community-led non-profit organization now called Appetite for Change, in North Minneapolis, MN.
Our guest this week is Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily. She shares how to keep chickens and a garden at the same time. Listen in and learn more.
Amanda Thomsen was one of the early bloggers on the gardening scene, and her attitude is best explained by the title of her blog and first book: Kiss My Aster. Amanda is our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, where she shares her philosophy along with some great tips for garden design, planting success, and more.