Building Your Own Organic Garden Oasis With Guest Jackie Beyer

On today’s podcast episode I have a chat with Jackie Beyer of the Organic Gardener Podcast about her journey into organic gardening, her podcast, and building an organic gardening oasis. 

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The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 113 – February 3, 2019 – Building Your Own Organic Garden Oasis With Guest Jackie Beyer of the Organic Gardener Podcast.

Jackie grew up on Long Island about 20 miles from NYC. In 4th grade, she read a book about a girl who moves to northwest Montana. From that day on she was determined to move there and at 21 she entered the University of Montana. During her junior year, she met her husband Mike on a mountainside and they have been together for over 24 years now! Mike has been gardening in the Rocky Mountains for 40 something years. Jackie launched the Organic Gardener Podcast in January 2015 and has interviewed over 260 gardeners and food experts.


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Building Your Own Organic Garden Oasis With Guest Jackie Beyer

Jackie and I Discuss:

  • Jackie’s journey into organic gardening and podcasting.
  • Her and her husbands many years without running water or electricity.
  • What she has learned from her many podcast guests.
  • How contagious the love for gardening can be.
  • Building a garden oasis.
  • Jackie’s free organic gardening course and workbook.


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    Author, blogger, podcaster, homesteading and permaculture enthusiast. I have a passion for sharing what I learn and helping others on their journey. If you're looking for me, you'll usually find me in the garden.

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