039 – Let it “Be Agriculture”

039 – Let it “Be Agriculture”

with host Linda Borghi and guest Evan Folds, the Soil Doctor

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What we think, we grow!! Evan is stepping out of the purple room with the golden ticket!  Learn about “Be Agriculture”. Be a part of agriculture because you already are!! Our actions will determine what our food will be in the future. Jump on this exciting resource.  Meet the Soil Doctor and learn how healthy soil can grow healthy plants for healthy people!

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038 – A Journey Through Blood Types – Part 2

038 – A Journey Through Blood Types- Part 2

with host Linda Borghi and Farm-A-Yard co-founder, Marsha Howe

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Part 2 of this journey identifies foods that act like medicine for your blood type as well as foods that should be avoided when wanting to maximize your health and longevity. Also learn the personality and preferred exercise characteristics that match different blood types. Could these tools help you heal and thrive?

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037 – A Journey Through The Blood Types – Part I

037 – A Journey Through The Blood Types

with host Linda Borghi and Farm-A-Yard co-founder Marsha Howe

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Whole food are foundational to healing and maintaining wellness. Learn why your blood type identity plays an important role when choosing the best foods for your blood type. This information is a tool that can help you maximize your well being through food choices.   

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036 – A Stellar Neighborly Application

036 – A Stellar Neighborly Application

with host Linda Borghi and Dushan Batrovic

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We are so glad that someone has simplified a way to get local food from neighborhood gardeners who have extra to sell.  This interview, with the creator of the Seed Voyage App, dives into how he is connecting local veggie growers and eaters through a simple online marketplace that gives everyone convenient access to the best homegrown produce in the community.  This tech, finance guy had begun to grow his own and realized how amazing it tasted and wanted access to varieties not available at the market. Seed Voyage was born! Spread the word! This app makes it really simple!

 

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035 – All About Water

035 – All About Water

with host Linda Borghi and guest Evan Folds

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Do you have a soil emergency? Do you have a soil doctor?  We do!  Evan Folds has a deep relationship with soil & water. In this episode, Evan dives into critical information about water that you need to know! How water can be made more available to plants to increase the health of your garden, which in turn reduces the amount of water needed for your garden to thrive!  

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034 – The Flower Farmer

034 – The Flower Farmer

with host Linda Borghi and guest Lisa Ziegler

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Why do vegetables love flowers?  Lisa is an urban flower farmer and author rooted in a family of entrepreneurs and she shares her discoveries and successes that led her to write a book. So why do vegetables love flowers?  Listen in and find out! You won’t want to miss this one! You’ll also learn about her Virtual Book Study! It’s Free!  She is an awesome resource for gardeners who want to be successful growing without chemicals and the key roll that flowers play in the garden.

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033 – Mix Your Own Potting Soil

033 – Mix Your Own Potting Soil

with host Linda Borghi and guest Evan Folds

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Evan Folds, our favorite “Soil Doctor”, and Linda discuss the considerations when preparing your potting soil as the next step to getting a jump start on your spring garden.

What percentage of ingredients for a good soil mix?  You first have to understand what the plant needs?  Making your own soil is a lot like preparing a recipe for the plant to be able to breathe, eat and drain well.  The recipe is a flexible guideline, and adjustments are needed based on your observation of the plant as it progresses. Good nutrition for the plant depends on soil microbe development and so much more!

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032 – Seed Catalog Collection Time

032 – Seed Catalog Collection Time

with host Linda Borghi

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Linda’s love affair, seed addiction, began a long time ago. It all started with seed catalogs.  According to “Seed, The Untold Story”, we have lost 92% of our seed diversity in the last century. How can we save seed diversity?  Start growing some seed!  Develop a relationship with seeds and let the process begin!  Seed catalogs are a wealth of information.  You can learn so much just by reading through catalogs. Pick catalogs from the regions you live in and consider building a seed library in your area from seeds that worked well for you. Growing food should be a collaborative, collective dance among us!  Check out Linda’s list below in the show notes and start planning today! Take action, ask questions!  Share your seed stories. We want to hear from you!

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031 – A Clean Slate

031 – A Clean Slate

with host Linda Borghi

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Why do we need to “clean the slate”, be daring and grow some of what we want to eat?

Linda gives us some very compelling reasons. Besides, you can grow just 100 square feet of garden and save yourself $700.00 a year at the grocery store!

Learn the simple steps to plan your garden now, even learn an easy way to figure out how much produce your family eats now and how much you would need to grow.

New motto: “Grow it, why mow it!”  Start small and you will get hooked! Grow your own personal food security. Learn how to sow, eat, repeat!  We are only one seed away!!

Listen to this podcast and start your garden plan today!

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030 – The Wellness Garden

030 – The Wellness Garden

with host Linda Borghi and guest  Shawna Coronado

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The Wellness Garden way to better health. Shawna’s journey to wellness went from a dozen medications to an anti-inflammatory diet that, after just 4 days, reduced her osteoarthritis pain by 40% and her blood pressure went to normal!  This author’s front yard veggie garden message is that you can make your life better too!

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