Spring is finally here!
And that means my online organic gardening course is now open for enrolment! The Academy
I have a new friend.
His name’s Tyler, but he likes to call himself NG (New Gardener).
I told him I’m opening up my online gardening course for enrolment this week and he got REALLY excited (apparently he’s been waiting for that).
And since he’s not only a handsome lumberjack-type fellow, but also quite entertaining when a camera is pointed at him, I asked him if he’d like to make a few videos this week sharing a little about his story.
More to come later on this week, but for today:
- What’s the most challenging situation you’ve faced in your garden in the last 12 months?
- Why is this one so important to you? What would you be able to do if you got past it? What would you want to create?
Let me know in the comments down below and I’ll see if I can help…
My sis took this photo late last summer while we were digging up some potatoes.
If you have any questions this week about my:
…my sister is going to do her best to answer them for you.
That’s because I’m currently in the middle of a 10 day Vipassana course.
As some of you will know, what that means is that I’m in a place with no access to phone or internet or even a pen and paper.
And I’m meditating.
I actually wrote this post early last week, a couple of days before leaving, and scheduled it to go out to you today, so by the time you’re reading this, I’m probably sitting as still as possible, trying to not let my mind wander.
I don’t usually create many videos and articles once summer rolls around.
That’s because you guys seem to stop tuning in as much this time of year and I often get into other projects of mine as well.
Friends’ cottage overlooking Lake Huron.
Hey guys, I have a free article for you to download today about organic fertilizing with biostimulants!
Ongoing fertilizing throughout the summer can really help boost plant health/nutrition/yields.
I mention my wife Heather here from time to time, and she certainly mentions me regularly on her website because I’m so involved with it.
So I think it’s fitting to let you guys know we’re splitting up after 10 years together, nearly 3 of those in marriage.
The good news is that so far, about 10 days since the decision was made, we’re still hoping to continue as distant friends and virtual business partners from our respective cities (wherever those may be).
Hey guys, guess where I am?
Okay, I gave it away in the title. I’m in the Amazon jungle!
Heather and I are living in Peru for 3 months. While we’re here I’m learning a few things about growing food in the tropics.
But while we’re in the jungle I’m mostly just trying to pay attention to the nature around me.
You can learn a lot about organic gardening if you take the time to observe nature.