We were honored to be featured in Alicia Silverstone’s “The Kind Life” blog!! Read Dale’s health story that led him to gardening and developing the From Seed to Spoon mobile app!
We were featured on the front page of the Daily Oklahoman this weekend! Click below to read all about how our app past over 80,000 downloads and about our new partnership with Burpee!
Thank you to the Moore Monthly for taking the time to sit down and chat with us! You can read their interview with us on their website, and you can also find our new monthly gardening column in each new episode of the Moore Monthly in 2019! http://www.mooremonthly.com/news/moore-man-turns-personal-challenges-into-wildly-popular-app
“From Seed to Spoon is an app that teaches you how to grow your own produce and live a healthy lifestyle, from eating better, to figuring out what plants to grow in order to cure a migraine, sleep deprivation, and more. The founders have an amazing story too. They taught themselves how to grow food because they couldn’t afford expensive options. These amazing people are also a power couple: she’s an online nursing teacher and he’s a developer.”
I had the pleasure of joining Greg from The Urban Farm 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. Click Here to Listen To Episode 377: “Dale Spoonemore on Easier Home Gardening and Farming: Bringing Gardening Knowledge to Your Fingertips” Dale and his family converted their urban Oklahoma backyard into a food farm to […]
We were featured in the Oklahoma Gazette! It’s a great read about how we use our garden to help battle anxiety and depression along with how and why we created our free mobile app! Thank you to Jacob from the Gazette for the spending the time to talk us with us and help share our story!
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.
We had the pleasure of joining Angie Holmberg from OSU-OKC for the All Things Green podcast this month. Listen below to hear about how we converted our backyard from an urban lawn into a food farm & about the free iOS & Android app we built to make it easy for you to grow food!
Listen on iTunes Podcasts – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-63-from-seed-to-spoon-our-osu-okc-market-garden/id1370598073?i=1000408609211&mt=2
Stream from Stitcher radio – https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/all-things-green-2/all-things-green/e/54001504
Karl Torp from our local CBS affiliate KWTV News 9 spent some time in our garden to talk about anxiety, depression, gardening, and how it’s all connected to our free mobile app that helps you grow food. Check out more in the video and article at the link below!
Thank you to Dyrinda and Doug from NewsOK & The Daily Oklahoman for hanging out with us and helping to share our story. We talked about what led us to start From Seed to Spoon, our free mobile app, and our upcoming free workshops and talks at the OKC Home + Outdoor Living Show March 23-25! Full story http://newsok.com/article/5587018/suburban-garden-veggie-tales-at-oklahoma-city-home-outdoor-living-show Video