Today we are talking to Timothy Hammond, a man who is passionate about growing and helping others do the same. He created Big City Gardener, a platform dedicated to making the world a greener place by empowering people with knowledge and tools for growing their own food. It’s a mission that all began with a desire to show his son that it is possible to follow your heart, and create your own authentic path.
- Learn why gardening is accessible to everyone and you don’t have to have fancy tools to do it.
- Get his tips for getting started and successfully gardening, even when your yard space is little or nonexistent.
- Find out how and why you should shop small and support other local farmers and growers.
- Hear about the myriad of positive effects you can experience from growing your own food.
- Find out what the most important part of your garden is, and why it is often overlooked.
- Learn how you can help yourself and the planet by composting.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Radio or TuneIn.
RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW:
Learn more about Timothy Hammond by visiting his website Bigcitygardener.com. You can follow him on Instagram and Twitter and also connect with him on Facebook, YouTube and Pinterest.
Get more info on the Crop swap app.
Learn more about JADAM organic farming and books.
Get gardening solutions from Texas A&M University or your local agricultural school.
Preview Symphony of The Soil, a documentary that explores the miraculous substance.
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