Cricket Aldridge on Suburban Homesteading.

Cricket Aldridge on Suburban Homesteading. Finding personal euphoria in your own backyard. – – – – Cricket is natural homesteader. Growing up in rural Idaho with a garden, a horse, and lots of home canned food, she brings those sensibilities to her suburban home in Phoenix. Add a little dose of cottage garden flavor and…

Quita Jackson on Thrifty Self Sufficiency.

Quita Jackson on Thrifty Self Sufficiency. Taking small steps to being green and making a difference. – – – – Quita is one of the founders of GreenDesert.org.   And while some would call her an urban farmer or a gardener, she prefers to consider herself spiritually connected to mother earth and her environment.  She loves…

Robert Colangelo on Indoor Vertical Farming

Robert Colangelo on Indoor Vertical Farming Investing in a ‘disruptive’ technology in an effort to become more sustainable. . Robert is scientist, author, and environmental entrepreneur who founded several leading market-based environmental concerns. Currently he serves as host of Green Sense Radio Show and Founding Farmer/CEO of Green Sense Farms.  Robert is recognized as a…

Cecilia Nedelko on Growing Organically

Cecilia Nedelko on Growing Organically Producing an abundant and varied harvest through truly organic techniques.   Cecilia is a Master Gardner, permaculturist, seed saver, a dowser and an herbalist.   Gardening has been a passion all her life.  She is the founder and owner of “Cecilia’s Garden” and has transformed her residence into an urban farm…

Loretta Messinger on Aquaponics

Loretta Messinger on Aquaponics Expanding a small homestead into a thriving full meal resource. Don’t miss an episode! Click here to sign up for weekly podcast updates Loretta lives with her husband and two children in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of north central Texas.  Having been gardening most of her adult life, she became intrigued…

Nate Downey on Water Harvesting

Nate Downey on Water Harvesting. Simple concepts using nature’s own energy to positively impact our gardens.. Don’t miss an episode! Click here to sign up for weekly podcast updates Author of the recent award-winning book, “Harvest the Rain,” published in 2010 by Sunstone Press, Nate brings an extensive background to his current work and practice…