Gardening for Preppers and Survivalist

Gardening for Preppers and Survivalist
Forrest & Kyle “The Prepping Academy” Audio in player below!

Gardening for Preppers and SurvivalistThe “The Prepping Academy” and talking all things gardening. There’s not a single good reason anyone could give for not building a seed bank. In the eventuality of a grid down scenario, or even unemployment, a seed bank could be life saving. Read more “Gardening for Preppers and Survivalist”

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Spring gardens!

Spring gardens!
Brett Bauma “Makers On Acres

Spring gardensOn the next episode of the Makers On Acres Tech, Build and Grow show we are going to be discussing preparing for our spring gardens!

On the last episode I talked about indoor gardening, but now is also the time Read more “Spring gardens!”

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Grow Your Own Food Summit!

Grow Your Own Food Summit
Host: Nick & Don “We Grow Ours

Food Summit growphx9This week on the WeGrowOurs show, Nick and Don have Greg and Kari from GrowPhx summit on the show to discuss their upcoming training.

Imagine being able to put a fresh strawberry in your morning smoothie without worrying about all the chemicals it’s been soaked in before you even touched it. Can you already taste the sweet and tangy homegrown tomato that you just added to your salad or made into dinner’s pasta sauce? Or maybe you’re simply looking forward to spending more time outside, teaching the kids about nature and nutritious vegetables, and watching them become Read more “Grow Your Own Food Summit!”

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Growing Power and Will Allen!

Growing Power and Will Allen!
The Interview – Will Allen of Growing Power, Inc.
Host: Nick & Don “We Grow Ours

Growing Power WillAllenThis week on the WeGrowOurs show, Nick and Don are lucky enough to have “Will Allen”, farmer, founder and CEO of Growing Power Inc., Will is recognized as a preeminent practitioner of urban agriculture in America and throughout the world

Will Allen is an urban farmer who is transforming the cultivation, production and delivery of healthy foods to under-served urban populations. As the son of a sharecropper, former professional Read more “Growing Power and Will Allen!”

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Vertical Gardening & Garden Dye!

Vertical Gardening & Garden Dye!
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener Show

vertical gardeningIn this week’s episode, Mike talks with Chris McLaughlin author of the book Vertical Vegetable Gardening and A Garden to Dye For.

In the first segment Mike & Chris talk about how you can save money, time and space using vertical gardening techniques. In the second segment Chris gives an in depth discussion on growing plants in your own yard that you can use as natural dyes for your spinning projects, Easter eggs and much more. Read more “Vertical Gardening & Garden Dye!”

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Edible Spots and Pots!

Edible Spots and Pots
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener”

Edible Spots and PotsIn this week’s episode, Mike talks small space gardening with Stacey Hirvela author of the book Edible Spots and Pots: Small-Space Gardens for Growing Vegetables and Herbs in Containers, Raised Beds, and More

It’s time for home gardeners to rethink the traditional garden and explore the wide variety of options for growing edibles in “anywhere” gardens—from decorative pots and raised beds to unusual growing bags, hanging pouches, and tomato rings. These contained gardens are more manageable than long rows or plots and require much less work—yet yield just as much bounty. Read more “Edible Spots and Pots!”

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