Hi Greg and company-
Kudos and Testimonials
We could not keep doing all this – the courses, the events, the podcast, the Fruit Tree Program and everything else without the feedback we are getting. Thank you so very much for these kind words!
Thank you guys so much for the resources! Y’all rock!!!!
I will miss the (Victory Garden) classes. Thanks for everything. I learned a lot over the past few months. — Shal R
Greg and folks behind the scenes,
Thank you so much for creating and sharing such a great Podcast, listening to your interviews is one of my favorite parts of my workday. I received my books and beautiful card this morning and have began diving into them, thank you so much! Those shall hold me over while I (not so) patiently wait to plant my garden beds.
“I also wanted to let you know, I have made a resolution to listen to every single one of your podcast episodes. I am currently just starting but I keep thinking of how much more I’ll learn about permaculture by committing myself to this practice. I thoroughly enjoy this time and feel like I’m getting to know you all better.
“I just wanted to say thank you for inspiring me to plant fruit trees, three years ago! I’ve been eating apricots, peaches, mulberries, plums, pomegranates, and a few figs, and it’s just a beautiful thing. I’m adding the the garden as I go, and seeing the smile on my kids face when we pick fruits, I just want to fill the whole property with edibles!
Thank you for the quality trees too!”
-Karine K, from Phoenix AZ
“You opened up my world, thank you so much!!!! Since [I’m not on] Facebook it took your podcast to make me realize there are other people all over the world doing great things! You do the fieldwork for me, interviewing all those great people. I am so grateful! It all started with “How to speak chicken”. That absolutely made my day and I am hooked ever since. In the meantime, I ordered books from Jessica Walliser, Catherine Bukowski, Brad Lancaster and Gabe Brown …. Now I just need the time to read them. Please [continue] to educate and inspire all of us, thank you so much. Best regards,”
– Yella, R., from Munich, Germany
“I absolutely love your post of June 12, interesting and so inspiring. You are 1 of the 2 people in Phoenix that has changed my life the most.”
– Nancy K., from Phoenix
“In three half-hour bursts a week, this incredible and prolific off-shoot of Urban Farm U is a powerhouse among farming podcasts. Host Greg Peterson, along with his wonderful array of guests, provides a new interview and a subsequently new perspective on urban farming in every episode. You will learn the ins and outs of beekeeping, bartering, composting, backyard chicken farming, permaculture, plant breeding and just about everything in between. A farmer favorite, and a great source of knowledge.”
— Excerpt from Jesse Frost’s Article “7 Farming Podcasts You Should be Listening to” on Hobbyfarms.com
“Oh My Goodness! DeBorah was fantastic – I could listen to her all day – thanks for introducing such a delightful lady to us.”
“Greg, I think ate about 8 Desert Gold peaches today. They’re soooo good! I planted my tree in 2016. I can’t thank you enough for the fruit tree program and…” read more
“I am thankful for all you do. You have on so many great guests. I wish I had time to listen to them all and intend to try.”
“I was so completely surprised when I called my husband at 6AM and he said that he was listening to a podcast. Thank you so much for the inspiration you have given him to come along side me more with my desires for our farm. <3 You have no idea how much this meant to me this morning!”
–Miranda J., Buckeye, AZ
“The practical guidance is wonderful – and I am an experienced gardener! The resources, videos, guests and your enthusiasm for the subject add inspiration and depth. You have re-ignited my love for systems theory too.”
-LC G. from Phoenix, AZ on Jump Start Your Urban Farm
“I loved all of the attached resource materials in addition to the webinar. Kari and of course Greg are very knowledgeable and have hands on experience.”
–Mary Lynn K. from Phoenix, AZ on Growing Food The Basics
Dear Mr. Peterson,
I am a recent Earth and Environmental Studies graduate from the ASU Spring Class of 2015. A few years ago (Spring of 2014) I took your Sustainable Food and Farms class as an elective for my Sustainability minor. Even as an Environmental Studies student, I had never really … read more
“I will definitely take more classes!! Total mind shift from this class!!”
– Michelle on Jump Start Your Urban Farm
“I would recommend this class [Jump Start Your Urban Farm] to everyone because the passion you have for the permaculture principles presented has impacted my thinking and will shape my future plans and actions!”
-Valeriee from Houston, TX
“The fact that you guys are so knowledgeable made the class very helpful. I liked the level of detail you went into. That is very much needed by those of us who will be starting and operating our own systems. Thanks!”
— Mary C. from Fort Worth, TX
on Aquaponics Revealed
“Very knowledgeable presenter [Chad Hudspeth] and questions answered fully. Yes, definitely would recommend [Aquaponics Revealed] ”
–Rick I. from Goodyear, AZ
“Toby Hemenway is an eloquent, experienced, thoughtful, and inspiring instructor. Couldn’t ask for better. Class materials were excellent and will keep me reading this winter. Urban Farm had its act together with the webinars and posting materials. The class helped me … read more
“Thanks for the Creating the Permaculture City course. I really got a lot out of it, and will be sharing much of what I learned with my family during this holiday season.”
“I thought Toby was a great presenter, and Greg was too, and I want to purchase more of their permaculture resource materials. I am recommending this to my family, and I wish I could have watched the presentations with … read more
“Seed Saving School Online is an awesome course. After completing this course I have a better understanding of the importance as to why we should… read more
“Hi there Greg.
I discovered your podcast a few months ago and I’m enjoying it immensely. All your guests are very interesting and I love hearing about how others garden. I especially enjoyed the interview with Perrine Herve-Gruyer and I ended up buying their book Miraculous Abundance.
I live with my husband and two children in Adelaide, South Australia. It’s a city of a little over 1 million people and we live about 6km from the CBD in the inner suburbs. We are lucky to have…” read more