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This episode is based growing foods in your kitchen or in a small place. Believe it or not Greens has a place in our gardens. Grandma made pot liquor to help our digestive systems. Alfafla sprouts helps our brains. You don't need a large backyard to grow vegetables, A small space will reap a plenty.
Sprouts helps with brain power and mental alertness.
Author, Mary Hukill, will join me to discuss her latest book Community Garden Revolution & share her outstanding tips & stats about gardening to relieve the hunger crisis in our country. If you aren't familiar with the community garden movement, this is the show that will answer all your questions. Spring is here & NOW is the time to get those gardens growing & benefit so many people!
Fertilizers, Soil and School Gardens!
Mike The Gardener Show!
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In this week's episode, Mike talks fertilizers, soil amendments and school gardens with Cindy Rajhel, author of the book 50 HOMEMADE FERTILIZERS AND SOIL AMENDMENTS: The Ultimate Collection of EASY, ORGANIC Recipes for Edible Gardens using FREE and Recycled Materials.
In this episode, here’s what we’ll cover:
Amending your Soil
Repurposing items to garden in
Worms and your Garden
Spent Beer Grains in your Compost
Evaluating and Connecting your Soil
The Five "Its"
The material of a good compost pile
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The Spell of Romantic Relationships
1. Why do we feel so complicated when we believe we "love" someone?
2. How could RR be so much fun and so hard at the same time?
3. How to develop in a relationship and put perspective on in your relationships?
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Christ is an Angel of Love. His purpose is to show us love in every part of our lives. Christ is present now to help us remember our essence and our soul’s purpose. Christ is very funny, loving and patient and He gives us the room to grow at our own pace.
Nadia is author of Little Wing and Origins of Truth in which she talks about conversations with Christ. Nadia teaches classes on Origination and regularly speaks to groups about her experiences with Christ and the lessons she has learned. Visit Nadiakhalilbradley.com
Dawn is a student and teacher of Origination, which is the in-depth study and lessons of “Origins of Truth.” Dawn has been living and teaching the effects of love in people’s lives for over 11 years.
Our featured guests are the founders of RomaticQT.com Charlie and Rissy! They offer romantic resources that inspires married couples and individuals who want to say I DO! to spice up their sex lives!! They'll share ways to keep it spicy and tips for a successful marriage. Plus, don't miss Health Hot Topics with Holistic Practitioner Jerri Evans, who will share the down low on probiotics!
Make this Valentine’s Day the best ever! We’ll be interviewing Epic Dating Love and Relationship Coach Dina Colada who will be sharing her expert advice on how you can show your Valentine how much you care. She’ll also be offering advice to singles out there who haven’t yet found that special Valentine. So listen in with an open heart and feel the love! D
Have you ever wondered what was behind that garden wall or enjoyed wandering through outstanding public gardens? We are excited to have Laura Palmer from The Garden Conservancy as a guest on our broadcast as we enjoy an indepth conversation about all the facets of The Garden Conservancy.
The Garden Conservancy was established in 1989 and has enjoyed continued interest and growth supporting the preservation and maintenance of gardens which started out primarily as private gardens and can now be enjoyed by the general public.
Open Days are also a key component of their wide array of programs which allows the general public to enjoy outstanding private gardens throughout the country for a very reasonable cost. I had the pleasure of attending one of these Open Day gardens here in southeast Wisconsin a couple of years ago and my wife and I loved wandering through an absolutely exquisite garden just a stones throw from Lake Michigan
I invite you listen live to the broadcast as we continue to share our passion for all things gardening.
ENVISION THIS: An edible urban forest garden that inspires the community to gather together, grow their own food, and rehabilitate their local ecosystem
Our guest, Melanie Coerver, of Beacon Food Forest in Seattle, has joined with her community to design, plant, and grow an edible urban forest garden to improve public health by regenerating their public land, reducing agricultural climate impact, improving local food security, providing educational opportunities, and celebrating growing food for the benefit of all species.
A food forest is a gardening technique or land management system, which mimics a woodland ecosystem by substituting edible trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals. Fruit and nut trees make up the upper level, while berry shrubs, edible perennials and annuals make up the lower levels. The Beacon Food Forest combines aspects of native habitat rehabilitation with edible forest gardening. ??Their goal is to bring the richly diverse Seattle community together by fostering a Permaculture Tree Guild approach to urban farming and land stewardship. By building a community around sharing food with the public, they are becoming inclusive to all in need of food.
At their website, http://www.beaconfoodforest.org, they say, “By building a community around sharing food with the public we hope to be inclusive to all in need of food. ??The Food Forest is set to include an Edible Arboretum with fruits gathered from regions around the world, a Berry Patch for canning, gleaning and picking, a Nut Grove with trees providing shade and sustenance, a Community Garden using the p-patch model for families to grow their own food, a Gathering Plaza for celebration and education, a Kid's Area for education and play and a Living Gateway to connect and serve as portals as you meander through the forest.”
Do you have to be in love to marry some one or is it an institution? Would you stay after the love has died? Join us on this episode of SWAG Radio, as we talk with Ms. Kim Kendall, author of 'SWEATIN', to get the answer to some of these questions.
About the Author:
Miss Kim is married to Don Kendall, with two children and three grandchildren. A native of Ohio, Kim began writing at a young age. Starting first with love letters for her friends then continuing in high school. Securing her own column in the school paper was the beginning of a budding novelist. Life presented many opportunities for Kim and all proved to be un-fulfilling. She went back to familiar ground writing and the characters of Sweatin’ were born.