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Here's a look behind the scenes. Author and organic gardener, Emily Murphy, shares the genesis of Grow What You Love in this first-ever podcast episode. We hear stories and inspirations not found in Emily's book, Grow What You Love, or on her blog, Pass The Pistil. Grow What You Love Book Emily is the author of Grow What You Love, 12 Food...
In this episode, we visit Community Healing Gardens co-founder Nicole Landers in Venice Beach, California. Nicole has discovered that, when you do what you love, wonderful things happen. "All good things grow with love... if you put that in your ethos and live that model, the sky's the limit." Nicole Landers & Community Healing Gardens Nicole Landers is the co-founder of Community...
In this episode, we journey to Los Angeles to visit Lilly Padilla, Chinese Nutritional Therapist, and cook. We spend most of our visit in Lilly's kitchen where we make some of her specialty recipes. Lilly's Story Lilly Padilla has so much to teach us in the conversation we recorded for episode 8 of the podcast. The twists and turns of her...
In this episode of Grow What You Love, we visit the home and garden of Kristin Morrison of All Species, a fashion-forward ecological clothing company. When we arrive, Kristin is in the middle of making plant dyes in her outdoor dye lab -- of course! Kristin creates fabulous, wildcrafted textiles utilizing natural dyes made from plants that she grows in...
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