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The Farm-A-Yard podcast brings inspiration and new thought about growing your own food, local food security, replenishing soil, creating our own food gardens and small-plot farms.

055 - A Series: Did you know the power in a bubble? with Monica Quintero G.

Host Linda Borghi & Guest Monica Quintero G.

 

This series on energy is like a cheese board sampler!

Monica Quintero has a Masters in Finance but shifted over 20 years ago when she found her soul’s way.   This episode gets up close and personal with the experience of orgone energy. So what is orgone energy? Linda and Monica simplify the understanding of this energy that is all around us and share some of their experiences.  This is just another tool in the box that some may want to use to enhance their gardening experience and/or personal healing journey.

 

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Links to the "stuff" you will need to build a bubble:

https://www.amazon.com/SGDOLL-Frequency-Portable-Handheld-Tightening/dp/B07FKG57XY/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1532716821&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=facial+high+frequency+wand&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/OMAYKEY-Ceramic-Infrared-Emitter-Brooder/dp/B075XJXPGC/ref=sr_1_9_sspa?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1532716897&sr=1-9-spons&keywords=ceramic+infrared+lamp+70w&psc=1

 

Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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054 - A Series: Did you know the power in a bubble? With Mike Emery

Linda Borghi & Guest Mike Emery

 

Linda interviews Mike Emery from England, a Physicist, who is connected to a team from around the world, who have been involved in orgone energy for a very long time. He shares how to make an orgone collector/distributor that creates a bubble of energy and some of its healing benefits. The earth, the source of orgone, is full of healing energy. Fascinating information. Bucket up!  Consumer Alert: This series goes into the ethers!

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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 053 - A Yard Farming Engineer from Spokane, brilliant young man!

Soil Chromatograms...What?!  Buckle up for the amazing journey of a very thoughtful young man! What he is accomplishing and the questions he’s been asking has led him down a fascinating road!  Have you ever heard of Korean Farming? Well, if you are curious, you won’t want to miss this intriguing episode! I learned things in this episode that I definitely want to apply!  Yard farmers are the most interesting people!!

 

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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052 - Weedkiller for Breakfast?

with host Linda Borghi

 

Linda’s story of becoming an activist for food, grew out of her personal experience and concern for her family as well as all families, and has driven her passion then, and now.

Quoting “The Detox Project”, Linda shares some alarming facts surrounding the toxic reality affecting common foods.  The Farm-A-Yard network is connecting us and changing the food landscape for the better! Unleash your inner farmer! Find out more at:  https://seed.farm-a-yard.com/

 

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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051 - Nothing But Billions, Part 2

with host Linda Borghi and guest Wayne Roberts

 

Make sure you listen to part 1 of this series of podcasts with Wayne Roberts, who is a Canadian food policy analyst and writer, widely respected for his role as the manager of the [Toronto Food Policy Council], a citizen body of 30 food activists and experts that is widely recognized for its innovative approach to food security, from 2000-2010.  As a leading member of the City of Toronto’s Environmental Task Force, he helped develop a number of official plans for the city that were adopted in 2000-2001. So these plans are working!

In this episode, Wayne shares with us how can we save a city billions of gallons in water!  Wayne shows us four ways! Water is the most precious resource on the planet and gardeners growing food in their yards can save a city the size of Philadelphia 40 million gallons of water and he will show you how! Wayne’s analysis will cause you to realize just how powerful gardens can be to solve our water crisis!  This knowledge has impacted the city of Toronto, Canada, and can also bring amazing benefits to your city too! We want every city planner across this country to realize how millions of dollars can be saved by the huge benefits that gardeners can provide their city. This is no joke!

This podcast is fascinating and empowering!

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

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050 - The Blair Method- Expect Miracles

with host Linda Borghi and guest Dr. Kevin Pecca

Sometimes people can’t find the answers to our physical ailments and symptoms. At Farm-A-Yard we are growing healthy healthy food for healthy people!  Listen to this remarkable personal story of Dr. Pecca’s journey to a miracle for his brain injury without surgery or drugs.

Not only did this solve his problem, he also realized his calling to bring this method to others as a way to give back for the healing he had received.

Learn also about the Farm-A-Yard Mighty Network.  A network of resources in a community of people who care about growing food, food as medicine and natural healing modalities.

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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049 - Summer Disguised as Spring

with host Linda Borghi

In this podcast Linda dives deep into the connection between our thoughts and how we grow. Linda gives you an example and some great solutions directly from from her 11 year Biodynamic urban farming experience in New York’s Hudson Valley.

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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048 - From Plot to Plate

with host Linda Borghi and guest Diana Lenard Pieri

Listen to how Diana creates yummy eats from what she is growing. She has an amazing cracker recipe with the leftover fiber from juicing!  The key to her healing has been lots of fresh fruits and vegetable and she shares new ways to incorporating them into your life.

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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047 - Local Changemaker

with host Linda Borghi

Linda was interviewed by the “Grow Network” and Linda walks you through that interview which unveils her story, passion and the birth of the Farm-A-Yard movement. You’ll learn Linda’s fascinating  story and how the garden helps us hone a whole new relationship with food. Food should be everybody’s business! The Farm-A-Yard even has a jingle...every movement needs a jingle, right? Well, we want to get the whole world singing, so check out the jingle link below!

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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046 - Driving to Work With My Engineers

With host Linda Borghi and guests Jonathan Aisoni and Jeremy Borghi

Linda’s nephews know where their food comes from thanks to Aunt Linda’s passion for growing food and instilling the value and skills necessary!. Listen in for Linda’s exciting announcement about a Tiny House Community with an Air BNB where people can come to  learn to grow food and the values of simple living! These enlightened young men are Linda’s design engineers for this community and are excited to help Linda’s dreams come true!

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Music credit: “Insomnia” by John Sheehan.  Used with permission.

 

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