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Q&A – Is It Safe to Use Compost from a Municipal Compost Facility?

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Question Hello! I found your website today while researching a local Compost Facility. You guys are doing great work feeding your family good food! I noticed that you mentioned that you have gotten mulch from your local compost facility….have you ever used their compost before? We’re drastically increasing our garden size this year so we were considering getting some compost from ours. We are organic gardeners so we have some concerns about using their compost […]

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This Little Girl Saved My Life

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This was me in 2009 with my first daughter, Brooklyn. I lived on a fast food diet, never exercised, and dealt with numerous health issues as a result of my lifestyle. Her birth lit within me a fire within that still drives me today to live different. I felt like it wasn’t fair for me to commit to bringing a new life into the world if I’m not doing everything I can to take care […]

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OKSeed Container Gardening Presentation

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  This is a video of the presentation I gave at the OKSeed Meetup this week about container gardening on April 19th, 2017. OKseed (pronounced OKC’d) is a green initiative to turn concrete landscapes into community gardening spaces! We’re currently working on building a horticulture home-base in the StarSpace46 patio area. You don’t have to be a StarSpace46 member to join. Just bring your project ideas and a love of gardening! OKseed meets on the […]

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April 2015 vs April 2017

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I saw this picture from 2015 come up in my Facebook “on this day” yesterday and it made me pause for a minute to think about how far we’ve come over the past few years. I hope this encourages those of you that are just getting started and feel overwhelmed by it all. I was where you are 2 years ago and you can do this! It’s possible for anyone out there to grow their […]

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Please sign up if you plan to attend the FREE Earth Day kids festival on 4/22!

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Date/time April 22, 2017, 1:00pm-3:00pm – Various stations will be set up with ongoing activities Location: K&K Nursery 17550 S Sooner Rd, Norman, OK 73071 Please SHARE with anyone that might be interested! The great people at K&K nursery have generously offered to allow us to host a gardening workshop for kids. We’re going to have all sorts of gardening/nature related activities for kids. They’ll get to plant their own sunflower to bring home, learn […]

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Carrie’s Amazing Homemade Bread Recipe!

When I first heard about people making bread, I thought they were crazy! Why go through so much work when you can simply buy a loaf at the grocery store?! Once you make a loaf for yourself, you will completely understand why I have made my own bread for the last couple years and will not buy from the store!

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FREE Kids Gardening Clinic

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Update: Please sign up if you plan to attend! The great people at K&K nursery have generously offered to allow us to host a gardening workshop for kids. We’re going to have all sorts of gardening/nature related activities for kids. They’ll get to plant their own sunflower to bring home, learn how to dance like a bee, explore the world of ladybugs, and many other fun activities! Most activities will be good for ages 4-“too […]

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Save $ by Making Your Own Raised Bed/Potting Soil Mix

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One of the most common questions I’m asked is “how much money did it take to fill your beds? It must have cost a fortune!”. And they’re right, buying raised bed or potting soil mix from the store is insane. The Square Foot Gardening book introduced me to how to make my own and I’ve been doing that ever since.  Check out this video to see how I make our soil mix using peat moss, […]