The GREEN Organic Garden Podcast will inspire, teach, and promote earth friendly techniques by interviewing organic gardeners who share their journeys, tips, and tricks to simplify the process of growing your own delicious healthy food. Whether you want to have a small bed in your backyard or a full grown farming operation, our guests will help you reach your gardening goals and offer you resources and solutions to everyday gardening challenges, and inspiration to dig down in the dirt and get growing!
Replay of my interview #300 with Melissa K. Norris who inspired my delicious salsa this year!
In honor of my homemade salsa success I thought I should replay my interview #300 with Melissa K. Norris (https://organicgardenerpodcast.com/podcast-2/pioneering-today-podcast/) brought to you by the Forager Project!
We also got some tomatoes from Baker Creek Heirlooms (https://www.rareseeds.com/store/vegetables/tomato/red) we really liked a lot.
Here's the salsa recipe I used:
and then here's where I found the canning instructions about peeling tomatoes etc.
You can read the unedited (https://www.foragerproject.com/)
Forager Project (https://www.foragerproject.com/) asks you to Cultivate Democracy and vote Nov 3rd (or sooner) !
340. Horticulture and Ag Science | Educator Mary Elizabeth O’Neal | Shreeport, LA
to read the unedited computer generated transcript click here (https://app.podscribe.ai/episode/52552652)
Before she became a teacher, she was a Forester and worked for many national forests and wildlife refugees, refugees, refugees, wildlife refuges, and she lives in Shreveport with her husband and two daughters and loves all things gardening.
replay of interview #265 with Leah Penniman from Soul Fire Farm
As part of our focus on food justice and the #blacklivesmatter movement I am replaying this interview with Leah Penniman from Soul Fire Farm in Upstate NY.
Cultivate Democrcay! VOTE! (https://www.foragerproject.com/)
this episode sponsored by the Forager Project
Replay of interview #271 with Onika Abraham from Farm School NYC
Originally published in June of 2019 this is a good episode about food justice https://organicgardenerpodcast.com/podcast-2/271-farm-school-nyc/ (https://organicgardenerpodcast.com/podcast-2/271-farm-school-nyc/)
you can read the unedited computer generated transcript here.
sponsored by Forager Project (https://www.foragerproject.com/)
Cultivate Democracy! VOTE! (https://www.foragerproject.com/)
Replay of my interview with White Homework Podcast Host Tori Williams Douglas
replay of my interview with Tori Williams Douglas from the White Homework Podcast as part of our Cultivating Democracy get out the vote promo from Forager Project. (https://www.foragerproject.com/)
Remember the World Food Program won the Nobel Peace Prize (https://www.democracynow.org/2020/10/9/headlines/world_food_programme_wins_2020_nobel_peace_prize) this year for their work feeding the world. Every American Vote counts when it comes to placing sanctions against other countries so their children can't eat. Even in the United States children are hungry and your vote can change that.
Forager Project (https://www.foragerproject.com/) delicious food from organic cashews
VOTE Nov 3rd!
October 17, 2020 Update | Black Lives Matter | Salsa | Nobel Peace Prize 2020
Black Lives Matter books:
Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment Is Killing America's Heartland (https://amzn.to/37fnPOA)Winner of the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize the World Food Program
Bear who keep knocking down our fence and getting into our orchard and chicken house. Birds are safe.
Homemade Salsa (https://southerndiscourse.com/fresh-salsa-with-cilantro-lime/)
Love EARLY Voting!
Easy peasy Vote by mail!
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Really awesome podcast full of wonderful information on gardening.
Passionate about starting with healthy soil!
Thank You for being such a cheerleader for organic and starting with the right nutrients needed for healthy gardening!
Fun, Engaging, Interesting
The show shares tons of great information. Jackie is passionate, well-educated, and clearly loves her mission and wants to spread the good word about organic gardening. It's great listening to someone who is so engaged, open, and responsive to the needs of her listeners.