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Lost Arts Radio Show #213 - Special Guest Celeste Bishop Solum

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Celeste Bishop Solum's (www.shepherdsheart.life) organic farm is located in the Montana Rockies, one of the more challenging environments to grow food. Beautiful, but with often severe weather, this setting demands creativity in order to make year-round food growing work. Celeste has demonstrated the potential to grow clean and healthy food wherever you may live, and even has valuable tips to share with those who live in small apartments or any other type of home in cities, and in any climate zone. She does this by using indoor growing methods during the coldest weather, and year-round indoors where that is the only options. Many people think they can't grow any of their own food, or they can grow sprouts in jars and that's about it, but Celeste has proven that's not true.

If you are one of those people who would like to grow a lot more of your own food, but feel your living situation makes it impossible, you'll want to join me for my discussion with Celeste. Besides great ideas of how you can grow much more of your own food in any environment, Celeste has stories to tell about her experience with animals on her farm, herbs she grows and uses for medicine and nutrition, her natural soap manufacturing business, classes she offers on her website that you can take right from home, and much more. I am honored to have Celeste on with us as a guest, demonstrating ways to bring beauty and harmony right into our everyday lives.

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