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!
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!
Kat Savage wildcraft harvests many plants from the wild around her home in Asheville, North Carolina and uses fermenting to bring out the best flavors and herbal impacts. She has spent her lifetime observing nature and studying permaculture to bring the magic of local flora to her work.
We meet Dr. Dee Stevens, one of group of friends who took an idea about harvesting fruit easier and safer, and created a product that is innovative and simple to use. They worked through several designs until they came up with one they loved. Greg learns how they came up with the idea, how they navigated through some of the challenges of fruit harvesting, and ended up with a patented solution that backyard orchardists can really appreciate.
Building A Path To Better Food Preservation And Homesteading. Two friends Prince Singh and Trent Pezzano share their journey of bringing a small business with Big community goals to life! As the founders of Denali Canning they have focused on building a relationship with their home preservation customers, and have really enjoyed the results. They have got a great energy, and a great story.
Connecting people to the cycles and rhythms of growing food. Mayaan Chelsea and Scotty Karas share how they integrated their interests in sustainability with their desire to grow food and build community, and along the way recognized the rhythms and cycles of nature that connect people to the earth. They’ve been able to eat meals that but for the spices are 100% from their own garden and we learn how they got to this point and where they go next.
A chat with an expert on Seeds. -This is the April 2023 class discussing seed and plant selection. Join Farmer Greg and Bill McDorman as they explore what it means to companion plant, and it depends on what you want to accomplish. From a permaculture perspective, can also be called the whole systems perspective, companion planting looks at every aspect of your ecosystem. This brings into play guilds, pollinators, planting things that thrive together and avoiding things that don’t like each other and building ecosystems that work together.
Homesteading off the grid. – Join Aurora Rogers and Greg for a lively conversation about resiliency, home steading, low grid and becoming financially free. Aurora is a Venezuelan designer and process consultant devoted to creating resilient frameworks for every area of her life. Her husband of 24 years is Jason, who is an…
Spending a year eating only what they could catch, grow, harvest, or raise. – Have you ever wondered what would it be like to eat for an entire year without stepping foot in a grocery store? Sure, our ancestors did it, but can we? Chris Hall and Stef Lowi decided to take advantage of the sudden…
Extracting great resources from our seeds. – You plant seeds, save seeds, share seeds, and even eat seeds, but still there is more you can do with those seeds! In this podcast, Bevin Cohen explains how to press seeds and nuts to make your own oils. Are you considering the next step on your journey towards…