Podcast #107: Interview with Janet Garman of Timber Creek Farm

Mountain Woman Radio Episode 107 Janet Garman Timber Creek FarmJuly 15th, 2015: In today’s show I had the privilege to interview a good friend, Janet Garman of Timber Creek Farm and author of Chickens From Scratch.

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2 thoughts on “Podcast #107: Interview with Janet Garman of Timber Creek Farm

  1. I agree completely that we shouldn’t rely on the internet. I try to force myself to look up things in my resource books (ie. gardening) just so I am familiar with what’s included in them so that in the event that the internet is not available I’m not wasting time trying to “learn” what is in which resource. I’m still slowly building my resource bookshelves but I have a good mix going so far. And I try to print e-books when it’s possible. 🙂