458: Stacey Murphy on Superfood Garden Summit.
Bringing concentrated, jam-packed garden education to life.
Stacey has helped tens of thousands of new gardeners from six continents grow vegetables and herbs in small spaces, and enjoy a green lifestyle nourished with fresh, homegrown food. With her holistic garden system, she teaches what to grow in any climate. Stacey is a garden geek, growing food since 1979, and her superpower is packing, literally, tons of vegetables and herbs into tight spaces.
Featured on Martha Stewart Radio and PBS’s Growing a Greener World, Stacey believes growing food organically is the best health plan for people, communities, and the earth.
In This Podcast:
Her passion for bringing people together in educational garden summits is quite evident when you listen to Stacey Murphy tell us what she has planned this year. She explains why she started presenting her summits and some of the exciting results she’s getting in return. She also talks about how food dies, nutrients are lost every day and what you can do about it. Her collection of experts will be covering several topics related to growing superfoods in your garden.
Listen in and learn about:
- An event for beginning gardeners
- Superfoods and the hype even though a lot of them are growing in backyards already
- Why she does Garden Summits and sharing of gardening knowledge
- Combining the efforts of experts to provide a diverse series of informative pieces
- The newest way to pass down historical knowledge
- How participants in an online education events were also gathering information in chat rooms
- Gina’s story of how she transformed her family’s healthy eating habits in just a year
- The Superfood Garden Summit – Sign Up HERE
- Nutrient dense gardening options
- How food dies and nutrients are lost every day
- Better flavors also come with higher nutrients
- Speakers this year include farmers, gardeners, homesteaders, Master Gardeners, and medicinal herbalists.
- A very special presentation on tiger nuts
- Other super foods like blueberries, sweet potatoes, turmeric
- How people sometimes sell themselves short until they have success with their first one or two items
- When it becomes important, anything becomes possible
As well as:
- Her childhood memory – Picking black raspberries from her mom’s garden, getting cut up in the process, and eating them straight off the vine without sharing with her family. Then her mom would wonder if the birds ate them all, until she looked at Stacey’s arms
- Her advice – Tap into the wisdom of people who have ‘been there, done that’! Take one bit of the summit and take action on that.
How to find more about the Superfood Garden Summit:
Go HERE to reserve your spot.
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