Games & Hobbies
#351: Learning Gardening from a Wisconsin Point of View (Holly & Joey Baird)
In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Holly & Joey Baird, the hosts of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show.
Holly & Joey will come on recap season one of the gardening radio program for us, what went right and what they learned along the way. They'll tell us about the various gardening topics they discussed and the expert gardening guests they brought on.
From there, they'll fill us in on what is to come for season two, when the new season kicks off, some new format changes, as well as new guests they are going to bring on the program.
This and so much more on this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show!
◾ Gardening in Wisconsin
◾ Season 1 of The Wisconsin Gardener Radio Show
◾ Season 2 of The Wisconsin Gardener Radio Show
◾ The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Show (https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/)
Joey & Holly Baird are the founders of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener.com and The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show.
They are a married couple living in southeastern Wisconsin (just outside of Milwaukee). Joey & Holly make videos on youtube about how to grow your own food organically, reusing found items (or items you may just throw away), what to do with the food you grow, home canning and simple home living.
You can hear their radio show live on Saturday mornings in the Milwaukee area on 860 WNOV AM or 106.5 FM March through October and you can listen live or through apps linked above!
They grow in the ground, raised beds, straw bales, containers and indoor herbs and even a dwarf lime tree they have year round in their kitchen!
Their goal through their videos and social media pages is to show the average person how easy it is to grow food, store food, and reuse everyday items. Their motto is “grow with us”.
Joey and Holly enjoy speaking at garden expo’s throughout the midwest. Holly is also an award winning home canner with a handful of ribbons from the Wisconsin State Fair including a Best of Show award for her home canning talents.
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