Gardening changes to consider!
Gardening changes to consider! -replay-
Host: Katzcradule “Homestead Honey Hour”
Join Katzcradul this week on The Homestead Honey Hour as she looks back on last years’ growing season, acknowledging both the defeats and the victories. Every year, the garden has its challenges, but last year they abounded. She will discuss what she learned, and the changes she’ll be making this year, based on her experiences and observations. Listeners are invited to call in and share what they learned last year and to discuss how that will impact their own gardens this year. Katzcradul will also discuss keeping a gardening journal and a food preservation log. Join her for what promises to be a show full of helpful ideas for the upcoming gardening season.
The women of ‘The Homestead Honey Hour’ have many things in common. What initially drew them together was they each had a YouTube channel, where they discussed homesteading, preparedness, and self-sufficiency. They have partnered on Prepper Broadcasting Network because they see an opportunity to share their skills and abilities with many, like themselves, who are preparing for whatever the future brings. Current situations, both social, economical and geo-political, require a ‘no-nonsense approach’ to preparedness. These four ‘Homestead Honeys‘, Noreen, MichiganSnowPony, and Katzcradul say “Bring it on!“, and are willing to lay down their, rolling pins, shovels, and canning jars, long enough to pass along sound information and answer some questions! So pull up a chair to their online kitchen table, pour yourself a glass of lemonade, and join the fun!
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About tonight’s host… Did you know?
Katzcradul has a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics and loves all things related to home and hearth. She has a background in public speaking, and has lectured extensively on early childhood issues. Currently, she teaches in the public school system. She’s a wife, mother, gourmet cook, and avid gardener. Through her YouTube channel, and the Homestead Honey Hour, she’s helping others live a more provident, self-sufficient life.