Carrie spoke to a group of students at the OKC FFA (Future Farmers of America) Conference on April 30, 2019 about why we started gardening and how we started From Seed to Spoon.
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.
This is a recording of a presentation I gave to the OKC.js developer group about how I learned to code and build our free iOS & Android app in just 3 months. I talk about what inspired me to learn and share my tips for anyone else that wants to learn how to make a mobile app!
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 […]
This is a recording of a presentation I gave to the Tulsa Horticulture Club. I talk about how my battle against anxiety and depression led us to start gardening, how we converted our urban back yard into a food farm, and the free mobile app we built to help you do the same!
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.
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!
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 […]
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 […]