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Your Best Garden Ever!
We are happy to bring you the series: Your Best Garden Ever!
Because we know it will be ~ Your best garden ever!
We've invited expert gardeners from all over the world to educate, inspire and encourage you in your garden planning this year! Because when the snow is blowing and the wind is howling we know what you are doing. . . Planning that garden!
We are so happy to have you! We know you will find good information for your garden whether you planted your first seeds while wearing diapers or if you are planning your very first garden ever!
This series will run from January 28-February 12. We hope you will take advantage of the knowledge of our expert speakers, the Great Giveaways, and the abundant freebies! If you are a member of our Beanpost Farmstead Community you will have a heads up each time there is a new post, if not, we would love to have you!
Now to introduce you to our amazing guest authors!
My mission is to educate the public about Health, Environmental Issues and help you live a green and healthy lifestyle in every aspect of your life. I feel that every individual has a duty to do their part in to cleaning up our toxic world and helping to preserve our planet for all future generations.
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Sarah Walker Caron
Sarah Walker Caron is the writer behind Sarah's Cucina Bella, a food blog that focuses on quick and easy from-scratch cooking. There she also writes about her family's gardening adventures, travel, and favorite books. She's also the author of five books including The Super Easy 5-Ingredient Cookbook and One-Pot Pasta. When she's not blogging, she is the editor of Bangor Metro Magazine and HelloHomestead.com.
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Julia Bayly, staff writer for The Bangor Daily News and Hello Homestead, has worked in print journalism for more than three decades covering the unique characters and life of northern Maine. When not wrangling critters on her Rusty Metal Farm, Julia travels the world seeking adventure and great food wherever she can find it. She loves dogs and chickens, tolerates cats, is unsure of ducks and does not trust goats.
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Frank from MyGreenTerra is a homesteader who is committed to promoting the concept of growing your own food. He enjoys sharing ideas, tips and tricks around food growing and encouraging others to participate in this healthy alternative to store bought food.
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Kathi believes we're never too old to learn. Follow her at Oak Hill Homestead where she'll inspire you to live a simple, abundant life by teaching you how to "do stuff."
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Kristi Stone is a student of all things modern homesteading, and is living the dream on her 1 acre hobby farm. Her favorite things to do include growing and preserving food for her family, breeding and raising Nigerian Dwarf goats, studying and using herbs, and running her hobby farm in sunny Southern California. Kristi writes about all of these topics and more on her blog, Stone Family Farmstead.
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This Giveaway has ended
Thanks to all who participated and made it a success! The winners of this giveaway are. . .
~Amazon gift card winner is Becca Moore!
~Baker's Creek Heirloom Seeds gift certificate winner is Rachel Dial!
~Seed collection from Mary's Heirloom Seeds winner is Lisa Lombardo!
A very special thanks to all of our sponsors who made this possible:
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Posts by Topic
Organic gardening Facts: Why You Should Grow Your Own Food by Marla Gates of Organic 4 Green Livings
How to grow a garden you'll want to cook from by
Sarah Walker Caron of Sarah's Cucina Bella
How to Layer Compost by Julia Bayly of Hello Homestead
How To Improve Soil Quality For Homestead Gardening by Frank Pearmain of My Green Terra
Growing tomatoes from seed by Kathi Rogers of Oak Hill Homestead
To be announced by Jenny Morris of Faith and Good Works
How To Start A Wildflower Meadow by
AnnMarie Lewellyn of 15 Acre Homestead
How to Get Rid of Aphids Naturally and Organically by
Kristi Stone of Stone Family Farmstead