GT111 Eating fresh local food

Here in the USA its Spring, time to think about fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs. It's even more important this year with the continuing drought in California where a lot of the countries fresh produce is grown as they now have a mandatory 25% reduction in water use.

If you are growing at home one of the most effective methods that has passed the passage of time is Mel Bartholomew's  – Square Foot Gardening method – Ann and I will be interviewing Mel very soon.

Square Foot Gardening

Before we do, Ann and I were privileged to interview Nellie, she is a young mother who is passionate about eating fresh produce on a low budget.

Our interview is inspiring for those who want to find the best way to eat fresh local food. Nellie explains how to balance your budget and yet find good healthy fresh food.

This is one very astute young lady, who is passionate about food – her mum tells me,she is also a great cook..

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About Ann & Chris

Ann is a Nebraska girl, with a love of nature, plants and people. “The Gardening Gal” with a gift for annuals & perennials.
Chris is an English transplant, he’s a landscape design & build specialist with over 40 years experience, designing & managing construction & aftercare for a wide variety of landscape projects, from small residential, estates, parks, playgrounds, roof gardens, urban regeneration, power stations, office parks.

Ann, my Co-Host and I, have a growing band of people who are passionate about their landscape & the environment on our internet radio show ‘Growing Trends’ – The show is all about people in our industry, people who are passionate about the environment, landscapes and sustainability.

We talk to these fascinating people, about latest trends, in styles,materials, products, plants, vegetables, wines, just about anything connected with enjoying outside spaces.

We hope you will find time to listen to a broadcast and then drop us a line with ideas, suggestions or even the odd request.

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