Best organicgardening podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Organic Gardener Podcast
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Interviews about Organic and Earth Friendly Gardening
 
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The Organic Gardeners
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Here’s an incredible source for tips and suggestions on how to grow a great Western Pennsylvania garden. KDKA’s Organic Gardeners explores ways to make digging in the dirt a natural and bountiful experience. The Organic Gardeners are Doug Oster, an Emmy Award winning producer, host and garden writer, and Jessica Walliser, a horticulturist, author and devoted bug lover. The Organic Gardeners airs live Sundays at 7:00 AM on KDKA.
 
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diy2thrive Podcast: Homesteading, Organic Gardening, Foraging wild foods and herbs, Self-reliance, and Survival strategies
 
Thorough analysis from a Christian perspective of subject matters including homesteading, survival preparedness, self-reliance, self-sufficiency, gardening,permaculture, livestock, herbal medicine, alternative energy, energy efficiency, fibers and textiles, food production, cooking, food storage, greenhouses, and many other subjects including history, religion, politics, and philosophy
 
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Organic Garden Radio
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A podcast showcasing ways to improve your lawn and garden with organic, family and pet friendly, methods. We dont rant and rave about the harms of synthetic methods, only inform on the optional (and we think better) green method of lawn maintenance & gardening.
 
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Gardenerd Tip of the Week
 
400+ Tips for Organic Gardening Success
 
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Gardenerd Tip of the Week
 
400+ Tips for Organic Gardening Success
 
Their guest, Ron Hegner from Davey tree, shares valuable information about Hemlock adelgids and oak wilt. They also talk to callers about planting milkweed, managing weeds in the asparagus patch, and handling rhubarb die back.
 
PITMOSSⓇ it’s soft, light, fluffy, holds a ton of moisture but it’s certainly not your typical bag of potting soil and if you garden you are gonna love it! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 178. PITMOSSⓇ | Ashley Mariani | Waynesboro, PA appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.
 
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Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature
 
Container growing is a great way to have vegetables and herbs close to your front door. It is easy to manage an organic garden and add beauty to your home, apartment, or townhouse. I already made an organic chicken this morning using rosemary, sage, and, thyme from my containers.
 
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Living Homegrown Podcast with Theresa Loe
 
In this week's episode, host Theresa Loe answers some listener's gardening questions. You learn: How long your garden seeds really last, What is the best way to test seed viability, Should you feed your vegetables or not, What are the benefits of fish emulsion, Can backyard gardeners do cover cropping, What insect makes those round holes on ros ...…
 
Episode Description: Roshi Joan Halifax begins the talk by acknowledging the turmoil surrounding the Paris Climate Accord and the death of one of Upaya’s dear neighbors. Wendy Johnson then speaks about how her Zen practice was born out of her political activism, and how she met Soen Nakagawa Roshi in Jerusalem. “Dharma for me is rooted in begin ...…
 
On today's show, Jessica talks to callers about managing bacterial wilt on cucumbers, growing plants under large trees, and improving your hydrangea blooms. She also talks to Todd Sherbondy from Davey Tree about great ways to grow healthier trees.
 
Whether inside or out, the outside has come into our lives and where we live.There are people devoted to growing things: making beauty with plants, landscape, climate and the culture that results becomes rich and rewarding when expertise is part of the garden. This show has 3 extraordinary visionaries of the growing world – their insights enric ...…
 
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Atlanta Business Radio
 
Jennifer O’Pry / Streamline Consulting and Communications Owner Jen O’Pry is the owner of an Atlanta based social media marketing firm, Streamline Consulting and Communications. Her clients range from small local businesses to internationally based companies. She attended the University of Georgia, Kennesaw State and earned her Masters degree f ...…
 
Today's guest is Alice Bamford, who together with, Ann Eysenring, authored the recently released One Gun Ranch Malibu Cookbook, which Debi insists is actually beyond a cookbook! It has Biodynamic recipes and explains how to live a really vibrant life. It's a fantastic book and it's doing really well, selling to top chefs. Listen in to find out ...…
 
Julia Howard is here to talk a bit about the Farmer's Market process. She's the Market Manager of the Saratoga Farmer's Market. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 177. Saratoga Farmer’s Market | Market Manager Julia Howard | Saratoga, NY appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.
 
The Brooklyn Grange is the leading rooftop farming and intensive green roofing business in the US. ANASTASIA COLE PLAKIAS shares her book for entrepreneurs. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post Replay of 126. Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farms | ANASTASIA COLE PLAKIAS | Brooklyn, NY appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.…
 
Hey everyone so I just wanted to give a quick shout out to Anastasia Cole Plakias from episode 129 who wrote the book about the Brooklyn Grange rooftop gardens. It's called The Farm on the Roof: What Brooklyn Grange Taught Us about Entrepreneurship, Community, and Growing a Sustainable Business! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post Replay to ...…
 
Deerbusters.com serves homeowners, gardeners and farmers alike with the highest quality deer fencing materials for lawns and gardens. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 176. DeerBusters | Importance of Deer Fencing in Gardens | Kailyn Bingaman appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.
 
On today's show, they chat with Marianne Wilburn, author of Big Dreams, Small Gardens. They also take calls about using wood ash in the garden, how to reconsider how you view insects in the garden, and controlling pests in the apple orchard.
 
Aaron Kominos-Smith and Vivian Kominos (Aaron’s mom) sit down to first talk about the differences between plain old Cardiology and Integrative Cardiology discussing her motivations to expand her training. They then talk about the easiest way to keep healthy: eating good food. More specifically, she started an organic garden in her back yard and ...…
 
On today's show, Jess talks to Miles Stephens from Davey Tree expect company about assessing trees for hazards and disease. She also talked to callers about the best way to water the lawn and prune lilacs.
 
Our #FridayReview is back a fun mix today of Functional Medicine dentistry and home grown organic food. On today's show I'll give you the best place to search for a holistic dentist and how to have your mercury amalgam fillings safely removed without potential heavy metal toxicity health risks... Next up, I'll share with you how I created my ow ...…
 
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MOTHER EARTH NEWS and Friends
 
In this episode Hannah Kincaid, Senior Editor of MOTHER EARTH NEWS and Manging Editor of Heirloom Gardener, sits down with Joanne Bauman and Dawn Combs to discuss what grows in their tea garden and why they love it! Enjoy learning about the different medicinal properties of these plants and how to use them in you tea. Dawn Combs is an ethnobota ...…
 
David Montgomery chronicles the stories modern farms "Where good stewardship meets economic gain." in his book Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 186. Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life | “Where good Stewardship meets economic gain” | David Montgomery | Seattle, WA appe ...…
 
By: Saskia de Melker and Laura Fong STEPHANIE SY: In the rising Eco-Right movement, you could say these are the Eco-Righteous. EVANGELICAL MARCHERS: Hey, hey! ho, ho! Fossil fuels have got to go! STEPHANIE SY: Among the throngs of environmentalists at the Climate March in Washington last month, they stand out because they not only chant, they p ...…
 
By: Saskia de Melker and Laura Fong STEPHANIE SY: In the rising Eco-Right movement, you could say these are the Eco-Righteous. EVANGELICAL MARCHERS: Hey, hey! ho, ho! Fossil fuels have got to go! STEPHANIE SY: Among the throngs of environmentalists at the Climate March in Washington last month, they stand out because they not only chant, they p ...…
 
On today's show, Doug and Jess celebrate moms with information about planting trees,picking the perfect mother's day gifts, helping pollinators, and growing great radishes.
 
In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Growing a Greener World’s award winning host, Joe Lamp’l, joins Mike on the Vegetable Gardening Show this week to give us a behind the scenes look at season 8 and season 9. Joe tells us all about the fun they have been having, gardening with Growing a Greener World, including their first ever mult ...…
 
In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Growing a Greener World’s award winning host, Joe Lamp’l, joins Mike on the Vegetable Gardening Show this week to give us a behind the scenes look at season 8 and season 9. Joe tells us all about the fun they have been having, gardening with Growing a Greener World, including their first ever mult ...…
 
Tim Hughes and Taun Beddes are in the Thanksgiving Point Gardens with Kim Peterson from Oakdell Organic Compost. They're talking about organic soil and how soil will help you with your gardening needs. They talk to Brian Woodward who started Oakdell and he gave he story about how Oakdell became to be. That story includes, working with mennonite ...…
 
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How You Can Save The World: Sustainable Living and Social Activism
 
Please send feedback to howyoucansavetheworld@gmail.com! I’d love to hear from you! Communicate with the show via Twitter or Facebook! In this episode I talk to Clarissa Boyajian and Linda Eremita of TreePeople all about their organization and about trees! Tons of info on why you should plant a tree in the age of Trump ESPECIALLY. How planting ...…
 
Avid organic gardeners Aimee and Dennis discuss a topic new to them called Veganic gardening. Veganic gardening is beyond organic, it means nothing we grow with is derived from animals. The result is a crop free from the factory farming industry. Let us know what you think, leave us a comment at vegansntheraw.com or send us an email at vegansnt ...…
 
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The Hunt Backcountry Podcast
 
Our guest for his episode, Hank Shaw, has said that, "Venison may or may not be the most popular game meat, but it is definitely the most abused." We discuss why that's true and how to fix it. Hank is a hunter, a gatherer, and a cook. He has been published in Food & Wine, Petersen’s Hunting, Garden & Gun, Organic Gardening, The Art of Eating, F ...…
 
On today's show, we talk to arborist Dick Till from Davey Tree about the best trees for small landscapes. They also talk to callers about getting rid of poison ivy, picking the best perennials, and planting spring crops.
 
Jai McFall has been an organic gardener for over 50 years and an organic landscape designer for over 30 years. Jai McFall, Master Gardener and organic garden educator. She grew up on an organic farm in rural Michigan where her parents taught her self-sufficiency. The family grew fruits, vegetables, berries and nuts; canned and froze their produ ...…
 
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The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
 
Barbara Pleasant on Gardening to fill your Pantry Taking home-grown foods into food storage. Barbara is an Award-winning writer having been covering organic gardening and self-sufficient living for more than 30 years. As contributing editor to Mother Earth News, her work has garnered multiple awards from the Garden Writers Association and the A ...…
 
Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcast or by texting "LA" to (310) 872-2423 Welcome to WeAreLATech's LA Startup Spotlight! "Making Organic Gardening Simple" WeAreLATech Podcast is powered by BetaList, http://betalist.comDiscover and get access to tomorrow's startups ...…
 
Today we’ll be exploring the concept of energy flares, energy disruptions, and energy eruptions, which are basically anything that gets in the way of increasing your energy. These are very different from person to person, so it’s important to figure out what yours are so you can act accordingly. For example, thanks to my mom’s playing, I can sl ...…
 
Linda Simpson blogs about her gardening experiences in New Zealand with her husband Michael on their Small Urban Farm. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 174. Our Small Urban Farm blog | Linda Simpson | Queensland, Australia appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.
 
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The Organic Gardeners
 
Doug talks to Michael Marriot from David Austin Roses and Ron Hegner of The Davey Tree Expert Company. Doug announces that he and Jessica will no longer be doing appearances at Giant Eagle, but they both thank all the fans who have spent their Sundays with them over the last decade.
 
Peter Ramos has been gardening on Long Island’s temperate climate for almost 20 years, and has learned many methods for being effective and efficient with a busy family life. He’ll share successful strategies for creating healthy compost, planting perennial beds that look beautiful and enhancing the landscape and some trials and tribulations of ...…
 
Shaun and Beth Dougherty wrote the book The Independent Farmstead Growing Soil, Biodiversity, and Nutrient-Dense Food about their journey as modern farmers. win a copy at www.organicgardnerpodcast.com by entering a comment in the show notes by April 29, 2017. The post 173. The Independent Farmstead | Growing Soil, Biodiversity, and Nutrient-Den ...…
 
It’s that time of year: we’re getting excited about spring gardens! Chris is joined by Niraj Ray from Cultivate the City. Cultivate the City is committed to transforming urban food deserts into thriving, vertical, organic gardens. Niraj shares his passion for vertical farming, fixing the food system, working with elementary school gardens to sp ...…
 
Jake TeSelle talks about his new growing hops business he is building on his family farm in Bozeman Montana providing local hops to local breweries. Learn about this exciting new entrepreneur and green opportunity. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 172. Crooked Yard Hops | Jake TeSelle | Bozeman, MT appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.…
 
In this episode of LMScast, Chris Badgett of LifterLMS talks about becoming an online instructor on Lynda with WordPress and freelancing expert Carrie Dils. They also discuss how podcasting has helped both of them in their careers as teachers. Carrie is a content creator, she has courses, and she is a teacher on Lynda.com. In this episode she s ...…
 
Maggie Saska Plant Production Specialist from the Rodale Institute shares her knowledge about growing vegetables as well as internship opportunities. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 171. Rodale Institute | Plant Production Specialist | Maggie Saska appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.
 
JM Fortier who is revolutionizing the way we think about agriculture, small scale farming and most of all how we care for our planet and today he his here with us to share his knowledge and his incredible passion! Author of Market Gardener: A successful Grower’s Handbook for Small Scale Organic Farming JM shares today tricks and tips for your s ...…
 
April and Kurt Vomfell from Flathead Farmworks in Kalispell, MT share their gardening marketing journey in the Rocky Mountains Flathead Valley. I am sorry about the sound folks. I did my best to play with the levels and make it as good as possible but I felt this couple added enough inspiration and knowledge it was worth it to keep the file. ww ...…
 
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