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GYG-059 Interview with Seattle Blogger and Organic Gardener Erica Strauss


One of my favorite tasks in podcasting and blogging, is reviewing other blogs and podcasts looking for ideas for new posts or podcasts.  In the process, I have discovered some of the most amazing people.

Today’s guest is one of those people.

I ran across Erica’s amazing blog a few weeks ago when researching some keywords I was following on Google.

As you will discover in today’s interview, Erica is one amazing Mom, keeping up organic gardens, cooking for the family, raising chickens, and blogging what seems like non-stop.

Seattle isn’t the easiest area to grow in.  Lot’s of rain, and short growing seasons make it a special Organic Gardener Erica Strausschallenge.  Yet, Erica takes it all in stride, and shares what she has learned with others through her amazing blog, and today, on Growing Your Grub.

One of the things that impressed me the most was the way she is able to cover a subject thoroughly, while at the same time doing it in an entertaining way.

I hope you visit her outstanding blog after listening to today’s podcast.  NW Edible Life Blog

You won’t regret it.


{ 5 comments… add one }

  • John Watton December 22, 2011, 6:47 am

    Steve here is a great Canadian place to get heirloom (certified) seeds

    • Steve December 24, 2011, 10:20 am

      Thanks, John. It’s just what I was looking for.

  • Mark December 20, 2011, 7:28 am

    Outstanding interview! Lots of interesting subject matter and now I’ve got yet another excellent blog to follow. Happy Holidays!

    • Steve December 24, 2011, 10:21 am

      Mark – I know you will enjoy her blog. I have been enjoying it for a while now. I was so happy when she agreed to the interview.

  • gary December 19, 2011, 8:08 pm

    Steve, interview with Erica very enjoyable to listen too. Thanks for bringing it to us.

    Since you have talked about seed companies. how about multiple guests with Johnny’s,
    Seed Exchange in Iowa, etc all on one segment. It maybe interesting to hear their interaction
    amongst themselves as well as your own comments. Thanks for doing this. It is really is valued by your growing audience. Gary

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