We are continuing the conversation of the evolutionary and truly remarkable tower gardens with our guest today Troy Albright founder and CEO of True Garden in Mesa, Arizona.
A couple years after moving to Arizona Renata gave up gardening. She no longer had the energy to do it well. Until last spring, when she walked into True Garden in Mesa, Arizona. And discovered the coolest things!
Today, we are meeting with Sheri Menelli, a fellow podcaster and an Earth Friendly Homeowner and member of the Secrets of Soil Society. Sheri has a green garden group and teaches people how to turn their lawns into a drought-tolerant landscapes.
Christal is a writer, horticulturist, and cook.
Her son and daughter-in-law encouraged her to start blogging. She shares what she does every day with a larger audience.
She spent many years in permaculture and interior scaping.
Today on the Urban Farm Podcast, we are joined by Don Abbott, also known as The Snarky Gardener, as he shares his experience growing food while being a renter.
Today, we are joined by Diane Kennedy of Finch Frolic Garden, a Food Forest Habitat in San Diego as she talks about creating simple, inexpensive abundance through the practice and implementation of permaculture on your property.
Today, Peter Burke joins us in the studio to talk about an evolutionary approach to fresh salad every day, even in the winter.
Today on The Urban Farm Podcast Haley talks about Living Raw By Grace and her experience with a raw food diet.
Matt is an urban farming rockstar in Portland, Oregon. He not only is in charge of Cully Neighborhood Farm’s CSA, but also the chapter coordinator for Rogue Farm Corps, a non-profit dedicated to training the next generation of farmers through hands-on farm internships in Oregon. Check it out!
In today’s episode, Justin shares how he has reached out to 36,000 students in 30 states through Compass Green, a school garden on wheels.