Savour Food – Start some seedlings or start a farm

Here’s the CBC Radio One Alberta @ Noon podcast from Thursday, March 7 when I talked about ideas to help you grow your own food – everything from starting your own seeds to starting your own farm. I’m at the 12.22 mark in the podcast.

Karen’s Monthly Food Column on Alberta @ Noon – Ways to grow your own food

There are lots of great gardening workshops and how-to farm sessions coming up in Alberta this month for those interested. I may never farm but I’m going to Joel Salatin’s “You Can Farm” workshop on March 20 in High River, Alberta. I want to see if he lives up to all the hype. I’ll report back to you on that later. Besides, one of my favourite ways to savour life is to meet people on the leading edge of thought. Maybe I’ll see you there?

Information about Seedy Saturdays and Sundays in Alberta for 2013

Calgary – Saturday, March 16, 10 A.M. – 3 P.M. at Hillhurst/Sunnyside Community Hall, 418- 7 Ave NW -Cost: $2.00
Jasper – Saturday, March 16, 10 A. M. – 1 P.M. at the Seniors Lounge at the Jasper Activity Centre
Edmonton, Sunday, March 17, 11 A.M. – 4 P.M., Alberta Avenue Community Hall, 9210- 118 Ave N.W.
Red Deer –Saturday April 6, 10 A.M.-5:30 P.M. Red Deer College-Margaret Parson Theatre

Information about permaculture workshops and the upcoming Joel Salatin farming workshops is available here.

The Tasty Apple Chicken Turnover recipe I talk about on the podcast is availabe here or here. It’s another great way to savour your food.

3 Comments

  1. Karen Anderson

    Hi Emily,
    You can live stream the Salatin workshops from anywhere in the world. Check out that link in my blog and you’ll be able to join from wherever you are. That’s what that whole wide web thing was really meant for…using technology to share.
    Cheers, Karen

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