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I’m Speaking at the 2018 Thunder Plains Developer Conference on Nov 1, 2018

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I’m excited to share that I’ll be the closing keynote speaker at the 2018 Thunder Plains developer conference on November 1! Thunder Plains is is a web and mobile developer conference that focuses on Community, JavaScript and related tech that makes the web interesting. It’s run by Techlahoma, a volunteer-run non-profit dedicated to advancing Oklahomans through accessible tech training and community building. They have events daily at StarSpace46 and this is their yearly large developer┬áconference. […]

A Sustainable Mind Podcast

Listen to Dale talk about Gardening, Anxiety, Mindfulness, From Seed to Spoon, & More on the “A Sustainable Mind” Podcast

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I had the pleasure of joining Marjorie from the “A Sustainable Mind” podcast to chat a few weeks back. You can hear our conversation about what led to us growing food and why we built our app at the link below. We also talked quite a bit about anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and how the battle against them is all related to why grow food & help others do the same.

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OSU-OKC -c How to Start Growing Food in Your Backyard or Patio!

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Here’s the recording of tonight’s free backyard gardening class at OSU-OKC Agriculture Technologies! Thank you to everyone that came out tonight. We had a lot of fun and plan to continue these at least every month for as long as people are interested in learning! I also want to give a big shout out to OSU-OKC for allowing us to use their facilities. Sign up for our email list at http://www.seedtospoon.net/signup if you’d like to […]

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Why and How I Learned to Code to Build Our Mobile App (recorded presentation)

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I had the privilege of speaking with the OKC-Sharp developer meetup group in Oklahoma City this week and talking about why and how I learned to code in order to build our mobile app. I talk about how I learned to code and share tips for others that want to learn. This talk is geared towards software developers but there should be lessons I talk about that apply to all areas of learning.

OKC.js From Seed to Spoon Anxiety Work Life Balance

OKC# Developer Meetup Presentation: Overcoming Anxiety & Depression Through Work/Life/Farm Balance

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This is a recording of a short talk I gave at OKC-Sharp this week about anxiety, depression, and how I’ve adjusted my working habits to help keep them in check. Thank you to StarSpace46 and Techlahoma Foundation for providing a platform to talk about a topic that’s very important to me. Please feel free share with anyone you think might benefit from hearing this!

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OOGA Presentation – How We Converted Our Backyard From an Urban Lawn into Gardens to Feed Our Family of 6 in 2 years!

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Thank you to the Oklahoma Organic Gardening Association for allowing me to speak tonight about how we converted our backyard from a lawn into gardens to grow food for our family of 6 in 2 years! I covered pretty much everything we’ve learned over the past 2 years and I’m excited to share our journey with everyone! As I’ve talked about in the blog post about why we started From Seed to Spoon and in […]

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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 […]