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Audio Length: 1.25 hours
Transcript Length: 36 pages, pdf format
There are so many benefits to be enjoyed from Urban Homesteading, not the least of which is affordable organic food of the highest quality. Nicole Paull, who interviews Jen Prosser says, "I believe that nothing - not organic produce from a supermarket, nor even that purchased from a farmer's market or community supported agriculture share - nothing compares to that which you grow, care for, and harvest yourself. The time and care you put in return to bless you abundantly."
Organic gardening is a long-time passion of Nicole's and lets face it, work is easy when it's something you love. But what about those of us who remember gardening only as drudgery? Never fear.
About Jen Prosser:
For a number of years, Jen farmed in the Catskills of New York. Last year, she relocated to suburban New Mexico, where she says her goats, chickens, dogs and cats are all enjoying the sunny, dry weather.
In Jen's own words, "With 98% of the US population living off farm, one of the ways to really increase local farms, local foods and local economies is for people to start their own urban jungle of fruit trees, vegetables and healing herbs. We can't all go 'back to the land,' but we can each do our part to create greenbelts of our cities."
Jen is an herbalist, urban homesteader, educator and founding member of the Rio Grande Valley Farmer's Guild.
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