To Feed A Family: Full Replay
Become More Self-Sufficient and Raise a Healthy Family
Have you been wanting to get a start on gardening but not sure where to start?
- Learn tips for prepping a new garden bed.
- Understand why and how to use mulch to stay on top of weeds.
- Be inspired to involve your whole family
- See the connection gardening has with greater spiritual realities
Learn from North Dakota local gardener, Lisa Geiger, in this hour and a half presentation!
Let’s get growing.
Gardening is a great way to get exercise, spend time with family, and eat nutritious food. Gaining experience takes time, but it is always helpful to get advice from a mentor who can show you what works in your area.
For North Dakota, the challenge is dealing with a short growing season. In the video, Lisa shares tips for when to plant and how save seedlings that may be threatened with a frost.
A Thank You to our sponsors.
- A big thank you to the BisMan Community Food Co-op for hosting the event in their community room. Check out the co-op next time you’re in Bismarck.
- Also, the ND Weston A Price Foundation Chapter led by Peter and Nicole Bartlett of Bottineau. The Weston Price Foundation is dedicated to promoting wise traditions in food, farming, and the healing arts. www.westonaprice.org
- Thank you to Faulkner’s Market in Mandan for providing seeds for germination testing during the class and for being open before their typical season started.
- And finally, this event was brought to you by Bartlett Farms: Real food delivered a company dedicated to bringing inspiration, education, and tools to help you live a nourished life. Check out the learning center for more valuable resources: www.bartlettfarms.us/learning
Thanks to Bartlett farms and information provided by The book “Nourishing Traditions”, my family is thriving on lots of RAW MILK, pastured beef/chicken liver, fermented foods and pastured eggs from our backyard chickens.
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