Teaching Others About Wild Food And Fungi. Join us on this episode as we delve into the captivating world of wild food and fungi with Christian Marr, a seasoned mycologist and co-founder of Closed Loop Lab LLC. Christian’s journey, fueled by a deep passion for the natural world and shaped by her science-oriented upbringing, unfolds into a holistic exploration of healing, academic pursuits, and permaculture experiences. We unravel the metaphorical richness of fungi in understanding life’s intricacies, and Christian sheds light on the incredible capabilities of mycelium, the hidden network beneath mushrooms.
A Rosie on the House Radio Show Replay. What if farming could be simple? A few pots on the patio, either back or front and you are growing food for yourself and the neighborhood. Join Greg as he chats with Kari Spencer about Patio Farming and how to get it done. It is really that simple.
Bringing a passion for health into a healthy snack business. Join Greg as he chats with Alexandra Kutner and how she transformed her life with a healthy lifestyle, food is medicine, non-toxic house attitude! Alexandra is very passionate about the saying “you are what you eat” and she believes that the proper diet through food from the earth is all that we truly need.
A Seed Chat with Bill McDorman. Join Bill McDorman and Greg as they discuss the five easiest seeds to Collect and store. They discuss processing methods, including how to wet process tomato seeds. It is easier than you think. Then they share how to store your seeds for long term success and what the seed mantra cool, dark and dry means.
A Rosie on the House Radio Show Replay. Join Bill McDorman and Greg Peterson as they chat about the 5 easiest seeds to save. The first one discussed is how to save tomatoes. Plus they share about their yearly event called the GreatAmericanSeedUp.org that is the biggest seed saving bazaar in the country. There is nothing else like it!
Helping corporations develop sustainability strategies. Join Graham Hill, the creator of TreeHugger.com, as he shares about 6 ways to slash your carbon footprint. These ways include reduce by using renewables, reduce miles driven by stacking trips, move to a plant rich diet and Greg’s Fav – Compost. Listen to this episode for more examples for carbon foot print reduction.
Sharing enlightening conversations with the living world around us. Maria Rodale comes from three generations of organic gardeners and farmers. Her grandfather founded the Rodale Institute, so at a very young age she was gardening. Throughout her entire life she has advocated for growing organic and even penned a best selling book called Organic Manifesto.
Imagine for a moment…you have a successful career that is on an upward trajectory but something just doesn’t feel right. So you decide to move onto your next life by packing up your belongings and hitting the road in a teardrop camper for three years! Exploring the outer world and the inner world and then landing on a homestead in West Virginia! Come along for the ride as Margaret shares the ride of her life!
A Seed Chat – This is the September 2023 Seed Chat about busting the myths around seed journaling. Join Janis Norton and Farmer Greg as they walk you through all the different ways to journal about your garden. Most importantly why it is so valuable to keep track of the myriad of things that you do in your garden and how that can lead to future successes.
A Rosie on the House Radio Show. Join Greg on his appearance on the September 2023 Rosie on the House radio show where he discusses with host Romey Romero various and sometimes easier ways to compost before you get to traditional hot composting.