KYF #085: More Urban Farming with Greg Peterson (plus free webinar)

More Urban Farming with Greg Peterson (plus free webinar) | One of our most popular guests, Greg Peterson is back for the third time. He's been inspiring others and practicing urban farming on his 1/3 acre city lot for 25 years. We're talking more about The Urban Farm (his home), the concepts of "food miles" and seasonal eating, plus he is inviting you to a free webinar on urban farming. | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/85

One of our most popular guests, Greg Peterson is back for the third time. He’s been inspiring others and practicing urban farming on his 1/3 acre city lot for 25 years. We’re talking more about The Urban Farm (his home), the concepts of “food miles” and seasonal eating, plus he is inviting you to a free webinar on urban farming. [by Wardee Harmon]

KYF #084: Homespun Seasonal Living

Homespun Seasonal Living | Lover of glass jars and honey bees, Kathie embraces seasonal living in the Flathead Valley of Montana. She's a writer and teacher and shares her love of simple living and creativity both locally and online at her blog, Homespun Seasonal Living. Get to know Kathie through this podcast. Plus... the tip of the week! | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/84

Lover of glass jars and honey bees, Kathie embraces seasonal living in the Flathead Valley of Montana. She’s a writer and teacher and shares her love of simple living and creativity both locally and online at her blog, Homespun Seasonal Living. Get to know Kathie through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week! [by Wardee Harmon]

Tips for Growing Fall Vegetables

Tips for Growing Fall Vegetables | One of the best ways to settle into growing your own food is to change your perspective on the growing season. Gardening is not just a summer activity. Depending on your zone, gardening is something that can happen year round. | GNOWFGLINS.com

One of the best ways to settle into growing your own food is to change your perspective on the growing season. Gardening is not just a summer activity. Depending on your zone, gardening is something that can happen year round. Here are a few tips for success. [by Jenny Cazzola]

KYF #083: Getting Your Spouse on Board with Erica Mueller

KYF #083: Getting Your Spouse on Board with Erica Mueller | Though she was raised on from-scratch cooking and whole foods, Erica Mueller's journey started all over again once she got married. Her husband was not on board, so they started with baby steps and won him over bit by bit. And now, Erica and her husband both feel strongly that their boys should grow up knowing and loving the taste of real food. | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/83

Though she was raised on from-scratch cooking and whole foods, Erica Mueller’s journey started all over again once she got married. Her husband was not on board, so they started with baby steps and won him over bit by bit. And now, Erica and her husband both feel strongly that their boys should grow up knowing and loving the taste of real food. [by Wardee Harmon]

KYF #082: 7 Keys to Abundant Life, Bible-Inspired

7 Keys to Abundant Life, Bible-Inspired | Chiropractor and homesteader Dr. Eric Z shares the 7 key areas to an abundant life (based on Biblical principles) and we talk about the urban homesteading legacy he and his family are passing on to their children, local community, and even online through a weekly video series. You will love every minute! Plus... the tip of the week! | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/82

Chiropractor and homesteader Dr. Eric Z shares the 7 key areas to an abundant life (based on Biblical principles) and we talk about the urban homesteading legacy he and his family are passing on to their children, local community, and even online through a weekly video series. You will love every minute! Plus… the tip of the week! [by Wardee Harmon]

Complete Guide to Growing Garlic: from Planting to Harvest

Complete Guide to Growing Garlic | Garlic is a flavorful cooking ingredient and healthful plant used all over the world. Although it is widely available in supermarkets, homegrown garlic surpasses its commercially-grown cousins in both variety and flavor. Best of all, this bulb is best planted in the fall, so if you haven't planted it yet, you still have plenty of time! Here's how to plant, grow, and harvest garlic. | GNOWFGLINS.com/garlic

Garlic is a flavorful cooking ingredient and healthful plant used all over the world. Although it is widely available in supermarkets, homegrown garlic surpasses its commercially-grown cousins in both variety and flavor. Best of all, this bulb is best planted in the fall, so if you haven’t planted it yet, you still have plenty of time! Here’s how to plant, grow, and harvest garlic. [by Andrea Sabean]

KYF #080: Homesteading in Hawaii with Kris Bordessa

Homesteading in Hawaii | What can you grow in Hawaii? Why, tropical fruits! And Kris Bordessa is quite good at that -- plus chicken wrangling. She grew up on the mainland growing the usual summer crops but had to change gears completely when her family moved to Hawaii. On today's podcast, we talk about her homestead plus the local food community. | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/80

What can you grow in Hawaii? Why, tropical fruits! And Kris Bordessa is quite good at that — plus chicken wrangling. She grew up on the mainland growing the usual summer crops but had to change gears completely when her family moved to Hawaii. On today’s podcast, we talk about her homestead plus the local food community. Plus… the tip of the week! [by Wardee Harmon]

Tips for Great Compost

Tips for Great Compost | Compost production can be somewhat controversial. Some gardeners are very particular about what should and should not go in the pile, and how the pile should be managed. However, everyone agrees on one thing: the end result should be black and crumbly with a pleasant, earthy aroma. Here are my best tips for making great compost, including a few rule breakers. | GNOWFGLINS.com

Compost production can be somewhat controversial. Some gardeners are very particular about what should and should not go in the pile, and how the pile should be managed. However, everyone agrees on one thing: the end result should be black and crumbly with a pleasant, earthy aroma. Here are my best tips for making great compost, including a few rule breakers. [by Jenny Cazzola]