048 – From Plot to Plate

048 – From Plot to Plate

with host Linda Borghi and guest Diana Lenard Pieri

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Listen to how Diana creates yummy eats from what she is growing. She has an amazing cracker recipe with the leftover fiber from juicing!  The key to her healing has been lots of fresh fruits and vegetable and she shares new ways to incorporating them into your life.

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047 – Local Changemaker

047 – Local Changemaker

with host Linda Borghi

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Linda was interviewed by the “Grow Network” and Linda walks you through that interview which unveils her story, passion and the birth of the Farm-A-Yard movement. You’ll learn Linda’s fascinating  story and how the garden helps us hone a whole new relationship with food. Food should be everybody’s business! The Farm-A-Yard even has a jingle…every movement needs a jingle, right? Well, we want to get the whole world singing, so check out the jingle link below!

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046 – Driving to Work With My Engineers

046 – Driving to Work With My Engineers

With host Linda Borghi and guests Jonathan Aisoni and Jeremy Borghi

Linda’s nephews know where their food comes from thanks to Aunt Linda’s passion for growing food and instilling the value and skills necessary!. Listen in for Linda’s exciting announcement about a Tiny House Community with an Air BNB where people can come to  learn to grow food and the values of simple living! These enlightened young men are Linda’s design engineers for this community and are excited to help Linda’s dreams come true!

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042 – Seedy Insights

042 – Seedy Insights

with host Linda Borghi

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Welcome to Week 3 of our Grow It Don’t Mow It – 30 Days to Starting a Successful Yard Farm!  This week is all about Seeds.

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Seeds…Linda is in awe of them!  She has been “seeding” the food movement for a very long time. In this podcast episode, she shares some of her life changing history with seeds.  Did you know that 92% of seed varieties have gone away because people stopped growing them? Linda covers a lot of ground in this podcast to help you learn how to choose seeds for your zone, how to map the sun to determine where to place your garden and even how to grow pea shoots in 10 days!

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040 – Garden Planning on a Bridge

040 – Garden Planning on a Bridge

with host Linda Borghi and Farm-A-Yard Co-Founder Marsha Howe

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Welcome to Week 1 of our Grow It Don’t Mow It – 30 Days to Starting a Successful Yard Farm!  This week is all about Garden Planning & Sun.

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Find out how gypsy gardener, Marsha Howe grows!  Marsha is a “treehouse” apartment dweller who grows in many different and unusual places around her town.  Her project on a public walking bridge over a freeway, with no water source except the rain, gives her permaculture skills an opportunity to expand by applying principles that make this project simple and super easy to maintain with minimal cost and time.

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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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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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029 – The Real Inside Garden

029 – The Real Inside Garden

with host Linda Borghi and guest Barbara George

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Learn about the making of the Inner Garden. Barbara George specializes in prosperity! How do you become a fully productive person? Lessons from the soil and the dandelion.  Tune into this inspiring episode to learn how to nourish your Inner Garden and thrive!

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028 – Gardening Biodynamically for 45 Years

028 – Gardening Biodynamically for 45 Years

with host Linda Borghi and guest Charlotte Anthony

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Charlotte grew up close to the land and working in the garden. She connected to the earth and learned to grow biodynamically.  She knows first hand, the important connection of soil microbes to our health and that this growing method can produce nutrient dense food. Learn from the experts as Linda and Charlotte share some experiences in this Part 1 of 2 episodes.

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021 – The Future Lives in the Fall

021 – The Future Lives in the Fall

with host Linda Borghi

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Gratitude is the Attitude…as Linda is harvesting seed from her 600 square feet yard farm, she is always amazed at the miracle of seeds to secure the future of life on the planet.  Even after disaster, we are so grateful that nature has a code of recovery.. Gems of wisdom in this podcast to help all of us seize the opportunities for regeneration, including  Biodynamic solutions for disaster recovery.  Discover Linda’s  “Java Juice” that produces 5 foot basil plants!

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