Tag: Sustainability

Build Compost with Seaweed

Build Compost with Seaweed

| March 15, 2017 | Reply

Learn how to build compost with seaweed with guest Ranka Tessin in Northern Germany in the latest “Late Bloomer!” Kaye’s wanted to do a soil episode for a long time. She decides to go collect some seaweed after seeing Ranka’s clips and reading her letter, which she shares. Also, one of Kaye’s favorite garden YouTuber’s, Siloe […]

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Sweet Potato Leek Cream Soup Recipe

Sweet Potato Leek Cream Soup Recipe

| January 6, 2017 | Reply

Here’s my Sweet Potato Leek Cream Soup Recipe! This soup is embarrassingly simple and sweetly delicious. I had ordered purple flesh sweet potatoes from my farm box, and leeks. I’ve made this potato leek soup for 20 years or more, but had never tried it with sweet potatoes. I’m currently out of my homegrown potatoes, so I […]

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My Holidays with Perspective Message

My Holidays with Perspective Message

| January 2, 2017 | Reply

Did you catch my Holidays with Perspective Message? Outspeak put out a call for holiday videos with perspective, for example, how you are making the world a better place this holiday. “Outspeak™ is the online video network that empowers a new generation of digital voices, built for the opinionated, charismatic and informative storyteller.” This short video was my offering. […]

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Biodiversity Double Whammy

Biodiversity Double Whammy

| August 21, 2016 | Reply

Today, I have a Biodiversity Double Whammy for you on my YouTube channel. (If you are new to this website, I hope you will subscribe!) Episode 93, or 13 of Season 5, “Biodiversity – What Is It, Why Is It Important, How Do We Get It” includes a bit of my interview with Dr. Jim Hogue, professor […]

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Vlogging my Way across the East

Vlogging my Way across the East

| May 11, 2016 | Reply

I’ve been vlogging my way across the east coast. Until this past March I hadn’t heard of a Vlog, so don’t feel bad if you haven’t. A vlog is like a blog, but on video, a video log. YouTube suggests vlogging to build audience for your channel. Travel makes a great excuse for vlogging. Young people are […]

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Rain Barrel Set-up Is Harder Than It Looks!

Rain Barrel Set-up Is Harder Than It Looks!

| March 16, 2016 | 2 Replies

Rain barrel set-up is harder than it looks, as witnessed in my latest Late Bloomer! With non-stop news about our big El Nino bringing winter rains this year, I thought it best to procure two more barrels. I set them up at the diagonal opposite of my house. Since they would be visible walking in […]

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Growing Garlic – Here we go again!

Growing Garlic – Here we go again!

| December 3, 2015 | Reply

Growing Garlic – Here we go again! I had such success my first time growing garlic, I was encouraged to do it again. See my Growing Garlic episode from 2014 for planting directions! In early November, I planted bulbs of Inchellium Red and California Early soft neck garlic. Of course, I didn’t mark which was which, but […]

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Mob Grazing in Tennessee

Mob Grazing in Tennessee

| November 10, 2015 | Reply

Mob Grazing in Tennessee, the latest episode of Late Bloomer, includes an interview with cattleman Lee McCormick at his 4000 acre ranch in Pinewood Tennessee. With additional photography by Heather Muro @MuroPhoto, original music, and wait for the bloopers! Don’t forget to subscribe! Lee details how mob grazing all over the planet could correct its carbon […]

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On the Road: Farm to Table in Pinewood

On the Road: Farm to Table in Pinewood

| September 22, 2015 | 3 Replies

Files from the Road: Farm to Table in Pinewood, fourth in a series. This story begins with a lettuce-wrapped grass-fed-and-finished burger and homemade potato chips, and ends with a gluten-free hummus veggie pizza. I’ve written this before. When I go home to Tennessee, as I did last week, I ask myself, “What am I going […]

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Save Time and Money Regrowing Food

Save Time and Money Regrowing Food

| August 13, 2015 | Reply

Save time and money regrowing food. People tell me all the time they just don’t have the time (or the money) to start a garden. But, did you realize how many foods you can regrow from scraps? You can have quite a nifty little garden in your kitchen window if you save your scraps and […]

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