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The Afro Beets podcast is your source to garden to table content inspired by culture and soul. We use food as tool to explore the African diaspora and give you the knowledge on plants that will allow you to live your best life. Take a listen as I navigate life as a black vegan taking it one bite at a time.

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The Afro Beets podcast is your source to garden to table content inspired by culture and soul. We use food as tool to explore the African diaspora and give you the knowledge on plants that will allow you to live your best life. Take a listen as I navigate life as a black vegan taking it one bite at a time.

    30: Channeling Rage Thru Green Spaces (feat. Tawndalaya DaRoza-Cesar)

    30: Channeling Rage Thru Green Spaces (feat. Tawndalaya DaRoza-Cesar)

    SHARING BLACK STORIES IN GREEN SPACES🌿✊🏾/ Thank you for everyone who came out to our live event Friday. This week we launched Season 2 of The Afro Beets Podcast with a BANG!  Take a listen to my conversation with horticulture therapy practitioner, seamstress, and entrepreneur Tawndalaya DaRoza-Cesar. We unpacked some gems on how to take care of yourself in the midst of the crazy times we live in and how we continue to move forward as a people through the lens of green spaces.

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    Resources for the Episode

    Black Food Geographies Book

    Tawndalaya DaRoza-Cesar Instagram

    Take Back Your Thrown YouTube Page

    Hustlaz2Harvesters

    Acres of Ancestry










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    • 50 min
    SEASON 2 is here.... Join the Conversation Live!

    SEASON 2 is here.... Join the Conversation Live!

    THE AFRO BEETS PODCAST IS BACK😎🎧/ We're kicking off Season 2 TODAY with an Instagram live takeover of the @washyouthgarden Join the conversation as we navigate the current state of the world through the lens of green spaces with horticulture therapy practitioner, seamstress and entrepreneur @_daroza If you can't make it, no worries this live interview will also be on the podcast✌🏾 I look forward to seeing you all on @washyouthgarden page today at 12:15 pm🙏🏾




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    29: The Distorted Truth of Black People in Nature

    29: The Distorted Truth of Black People in Nature

    The same people that told you that your black is not beautiful are the same people who have intentionally disconnected you from the land. In this week's episode, we take a look at the true source of black people's trauma with the land, and how we can tap back into one of our greatest strengths once again. 

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    Black Nature: Four Centuries of African American Nature Poetry

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    • 12 min
    28: Watering Woes and Wrestling Hose

    28: Watering Woes and Wrestling Hose

    In this week's episode, we talk about the problems when it comes to watering our plants. Once I truly understood how much to water, when to water, and these little tricks and tips I’m about to give you; I was really able to take my plant care to the next level. Watering may be the key to unlocking the great results you hope to get in your garden. So let's get into it!

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    • 10 min
    27: My Garden Notes on Window Germination

    27: My Garden Notes on Window Germination

    In this week's episode, we get into the lessons and mistakes I learned while trying to germinate seeds in my window. When you don't have a ton of resources you have to learn quickly and use what you have. Here are the lessons to shorten your learning curve so that you are able to start the garden of your dreams. 

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    Download your FREE At-Home Container Growing Checklist


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    • 7 min
    26: Growing Your Sense Of Abundance (feat. Engaged Ecology)

    26: Growing Your Sense Of Abundance (feat. Engaged Ecology)

    In this week's episode, I sit down with the Engaged Ecology crew to talk about abundance is the home despite the space you have to work with. We all have more than we can ever imagine realizing our dreams and potential, but the journey to reaching that potential starts within. Take a step back with us to meditate and truly see the opportunities that are meant for you when growing food in a small space. 

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    #5 "Abundance" - Engaged Ecology Community Experiences 




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    • 23 min

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Hi a friend referred your podcast to me about the tea company in Atlanta and we love it. We are a black family owned tea company also since 1933 and we appreciate your great content. Dr Nettles Natural Beauty

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