Paul Dysinger on Winter Growing on a Budget
Paul Dysinger is the founder of Born to Grow and the brand new Garden Launch membership community where he enjoys teaching people how to grow their own healthy, nutrient dense, organic food. He lives with his family on Bountiful Blessings Farm where they serve the community year-round with fresh veggies, herbs, and berries.
Paul joins us from Bountiful Blessings Farm in Tennessee to share some winter growing techniques that will protect your plants without leaving you broke! Paul is the founder of Born To Grow and the brand new Garden Launch Membership Community. Find out more about his work, winter growing on a budget, and his Garden Launch Membership Community in this podcast!
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Have you ever wondered what urban farming really is? In what ways does urban farming add value to your life and community? In this episode of The Urban Farm Podcast, you'll hear from various special guests including Jason Mraz who address these questions in terms of their own urban farming experiences.
Chad Hudspeth on Aquaponics for Commercial to Hobby Growers
Chad Hudspeth joins us on The Urban Farm Podcast to discuss his background in agriculture and his work in Aquaponics. He shares valuable information about Aquaponics, which is the art or practice of growing fish and plants together in a closed-loop water system, and ways that listeners can start or improve their very own system. In addition to teaching online and in-person classes on Aquaponics, Chad is also founder of Endless Food Systems, which provides turn-key modular Aquaponic kits for commercial and hobby growers. Chad has appeared on national television, several radio shows, and many magazines, and teaches the Urban Farm U "Aquaponics Revealed" online course. You don't want to miss this conversation!
Introducing The Urban Farm Podcast! In this episode you'll hear from your host Greg Peterson about his urban farming journey and why he's excited to present this new urban farming podcast as a resource for you! Prepare to be connected with tools, tips, tricks, and information as you grow in confidence and connections, and grow your own food.
Today's show features Kari Spencer of the Microfarm Project in Phoenix, Arizona. She shares what her journey was like to create a successful monetized farm and why she's passionate about her local food system. Kari is a rockstar and you'll love hearing about what drives her!
Jake Mace is an urban farmer in Tempe, Arizona. He is known for integrating lessons on health and agriculture, and teaches farming and martial arts classes. Jake also has a YouTube channel where he discusses life as a gardener and a vegan athlete, and shares practical tips for others to share in his success.