Listen to My Podcast with Urban Farm! I was lucky to tour The Urban Farm in Phoenix in November and interview Greg Peterson.
He returned the favor by interviewing me in December on his successful podcast at Urban Farm U. Learn about how I got started and what motivates me to continue to grow an urban farm (Greg insists my tiny garden is an urban farm) and produce garden content in the form of blogs, vlogs and “Late Bloomer.” I’ve been so caught up in the day to day that I found it interesting (and a little hard) to answer some of Greg’s great questions. You always think of clever and astute things to say once the microphone is turned off, but, if you’d like to know more about what it takes, and has taken, to “be in the inspiring business” as I like to think of what I do here, please give a listen and share with friends. Greg is a real leader in the whole urban farm, urban garden movement, so please spend some time listening to other inspiring people while you are on his site.
Looking back at my third year of gardening in 2014, my garden is almost unrecognizable in this photo. A lot has transpired since then! See my other blog post today to catch up on my garden and all the rain that has deluged us. I never thought I’d be saying “Enough Rain Already!” (Poll! Who likes my hair short like this?)
I hope you will listen to My Podcast with Urban Farm! A perfect way to spend time on a cold, wintery, rainy, snowy day! Thanks for listening! – Kaye
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