• Fall Maker Series Webinar: Saving and Sharing Seeds with Bevin Cohen, Nov. 3, Webinar Only

    Friday, Nov. 3, 2PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Join us for an informative presentation from author Bevin Cohen that highlights the importance of saving and sharing our garden seeds and how to successfully do it at home. During this presentation you'll learn why planting, saving, and sharing seeds is essential to the cultivation of sustainable neighborhoods and healthy communities. Cohen will also share practical tips and advice on incorporating the traditional art of seed saving into your garden with demonstrations on how to harvest and process seeds, such as tomatoes, beans, lettuce and kale.

    On Thursday, Nov. 2, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Bevin Cohen is an author, herbalist, seed saver and owner of Small House Farm in Michigan. He offers workshops and lectures nationwide on the benefits of living closer to the land through seeds, herbs and locally-grown food. He is the founder of the Michigan Seed Library Network and serves on the advisory council of the Community Seed Network. Bevin is the author of four books including The Artisan Herbalist and Saving Our Seeds. To learn more about his work visit www.smallhousefarm.com

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series: Saving and Sharing Seeds with Bevin Cohen, Nov. 3, Book & Course Bundle

    Friday, Nov. 3, 2:00 p.m. CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Join us for an informative presentation from author Bevin Cohen that highlights the importance of saving and sharing our garden seeds and how to successfully do it at home. During this presentation you'll learn why planting, saving, and sharing seeds is essential to the cultivation of sustainable neighborhoods and healthy communities. Cohen will also share practical tips and advice on incorporating the traditional art of seed saving into your garden with demonstrations on how to harvest and process seeds, such as tomatoes, beans, lettuce and kale. With the book bundle, you also receive a copy of Bevin Cohen's book, The Artisan Herbalist, a value of $24.95. Don't miss out on this great deal: webinar access, The Artisan Herbalist book, and shipping and handling, all for only $37! Order by Oct. 20 to receive the book by the webinar on Nov. 3. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Thursday, Nov. 2, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Bevin Cohen is an author, herbalist, seed saver and owner of Small House Farm in Michigan. He offers workshops and lectures nationwide on the benefits of living closer to the land through seeds, herbs and locally-grown food. He is the founder of the Michigan Seed Library Network and serves on the advisory council of the Community Seed Network. Bevin is the author of four books including The Artisan Herbalist and Saving Our Seeds. To learn more about his work visit www.smallhousefarm.com

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Beautiful Flowers with Janice Cox, Nov. 5, Webinar Only

    Friday, Nov. 5, 2:00 p.m. CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Join Janice Cox in this webinar to learn how to use flowers for natural beauty, cooking and eating; edible flowers; and creating floral crafts. Be inspired to grow and use more flowers and perhaps even explore even further into seed saving, edible flowers, or natural plant dyes. Learn the basics from types and parts of the flower to how to shop for plants and how to grow good soil. Topics such as natural beauty with flowers, edible flowers, flower crafts, and more will be discussed.

    For an even greater deal, check out the bundle options, where you can get 2 books by Janice Cox, valued at $35.98, and access to the webinar for only $3 in the book bundle or get the 2 books and a Pollinator Garden Seed Kit (valued at $71.98) along with webinar access for only $75 with the kit bundle!

    On Thursday, Nov. 4, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Janice Cox is an author and leading DIY natural beauty and skin-care expert. She’s also a freelance magazine writer and beauty editor for Herb Quarterly Magazine. She also writes the “Natural Beauty at Home” column for Mother Earth Living Magazine. Cox is a member of the United States Lavender Growers Association, and the Herb Society of America.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Beautiful Flowers with Janice Cox, Nov. 5, Book Bundle

    Friday, Nov. 5, 2:00 p.m. CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Join Janice Cox in this webinar to learn how to use flowers for natural beauty, cooking and eating; edible flowers; and creating floral crafts. Be inspired to grow and use more flowers and perhaps even explore even further into seed saving, edible flowers, or natural plant dyes. Learn the basics from types and parts of the flower to how to shop for plants and how to grow good soil. Topics such as natural beauty with flowers, edible flowers, flower crafts, and more will be discussed. 

    With this book bundle, you also receive two books by Janice Cox, Beautiful Flowers and Beautiful Lavendera value of $35.98. Don’t miss out on this deal: webinar access, both books, and shipping and handling all for only $36! Order by Oct. 22 to receive the books by the webinar on Nov. 5. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Thursday, Nov. 4, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Janice Cox is an author and leading DIY natural beauty and skin-care expert. She’s also a freelance magazine writer and beauty editor for Herb Quarterly Magazine. She also writes the “Natural Beauty at Home” column for Mother Earth Living Magazine. Cox is a member of the United States Lavender Growers Association, and the Herb Society of America.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Beautiful Flowers with Janice Cox, Nov. 5, Kit Bundle

    Friday, Nov. 5, 2:00 p.m. CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Join Janice Cox in this webinar to learn how to use flowers for natural beauty, cooking and eating; edible flowers; and creating floral crafts. Be inspired to grow and use more flowers and perhaps even explore even further into seed saving, edible flowers, or natural plant dyes. Learn the basics from types and parts of the flower to how to shop for plants and how to grow good soil. Topics such as natural beauty with flowers, edible flowers, flower crafts, and more will be discussed.

    If you’re keen to get started on working with flowers, this kit bundle includes access to the webinar, two books by Janice Cox, Beautiful Flowers and Beautiful Lavenderas well as our Pollinator Garden Seed Kit, a value of $71.98. Don’t miss out on this deal: webinar access, both books, pollinator garden kit, and shipping and handling all for only $75! Order by Oct, 22 to receive the kit by the webinar on Nov. 5. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Thursday, Nov 4, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Janice Cox is an author and leading DIY natural beauty and skin-care expert. She’s also a freelance magazine writer and beauty editor for Herb Quarterly Magazine. She also writes the “Natural Beauty at Home” column for Mother Earth Living Magazine. Cox is a member of the United States Lavender Growers Association, and the Herb Society of America.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Create Your Own Shelf Stable Food Mixes with Renee Pottle, Nov. 10, Webinar Only

    Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2 PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Attractive mixes made from dried and dehydrated foods are time-saving, convenient, and delicious. They are superb last-minute meal solutions and impressive gifts. Join Renee as she shows how to choose and dehydrate the best ingredients from your garden or the grocery store. She also demonstrates how to layer and decorate some favorites from her new book, Mixes in a Jar.

    Mixes that will be demonstrated:

    Tomato Vegetable Soup

    Sunny Lemon Pasta Salad

    Sun Dried Tomato Mac & Cheese

    Swiss Muesli

    Hopi Blue Cornbread

    Fruit Compote

    On Tuesday, Nov. 9, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Renee Pottle is a Family and Consumer Scientist and a serial side-gig entrepreneur. She writes about food preservation, gardening, and food business from her home in Kennewick, Washington. She’s the author of several books, including Creative Jams and Preserves, Profitable Preserves, and The Confident Canner.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Create Your Own Shelf Stable Food Mixes with Renee Pottle, Nov. 10, Book Bundle

    Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2 PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Attractive mixes made from dried and dehydrated foods are time-saving, convenient, and delicious. They are superb last-minute meal solutions and impressive gifts. Join Renee as she shows how to choose and dehydrate the best ingredients from your garden or the grocery store. She also demonstrates how to layer and decorate some favorites from her new book, Mixes in a Jar.

    Mixes that will be demonstrated:

    Tomato Vegetable Soup

    Sunny Lemon Pasta Salad

    Sun Dried Tomato Mac & Cheese

    Swiss Muesli

    Hopi Blue Cornbread

    Fruit Compote

    With this bundle option, you will receive a copy of Renee Pottle's Mixes in a Jar, a collection of 106 mix recipes for the best convenience foods, a value of $24.05. Don't miss out on this great deal: webinar access, Mixes in a Jar book, and shipping and handling all for only $30! Order by October 27th to receive the book by the webinar on November 10th. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Tuesday, Nov. 9, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Renee Pottle is a Family and Consumer Scientist and a serial side-gig entrepreneur. She writes about food preservation, gardening, and food business from her home in Kennewick, Washington. She’s the author of several books, including Creative Jams and Preserves, Profitable Preserves, and The Confident Canner.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Get the Dirt on Backyard Composting with Michelle Balz, Nov. 12, Webinar Only

    Friday, Nov. 12, 2 PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Learn the basics of how to compost in your backyard successfully! What tools do you need, what tools can you live without, and what are your options for compost bins? We will also discuss integrating composting into your garden and some new small-space techniques for composting on your porch or patio.

    On Thursday, Nov. 11, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Michelle Balz is a long-time backyard composter with a passion for reducing our impact on the planet. Her two books, No Waste Composting (March 2021) and Composting for a New Generation, include invaluable advice on composting successfully with DIY projects for creating your own compost system in your backyard and ways to integrate composting into your garden. No Waste Composting also includes ideas for smaller scale composting on your patio, balcony, or even in your home.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Get the Dirt on Backyard Composting with Michelle Balz, Nov. 12, Book Bundle

    Friday, Nov. 12, 2 PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Learn the basics of how to compost in your backyard successfully! What tools do you need, what tools can you live without, and what are your options for compost bins? We will also discuss integrating composting into your garden and some new small-space techniques for composting on your porch or patio. The book bundle also includes Michelle’s book No Waste Composting, a guide to DIY composting with options for small-scale composting for those who live in apartments or don’t have yard space, a value of $22.99. Don’t miss out on this deal: webinar access, book, and shipping and handling all for only $37! Order by October 29th to receive the book by the webinar on November 12th. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Thursday, Nov. 11, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Michelle Balz is a long-time backyard composter with a passion for reducing our impact on the planet. Her two books, No Waste Composting (March 2021) and Composting for a New Generation, include invaluable advice on composting successfully with DIY projects for creating your own compost system in your backyard and ways to integrate composting into your garden. No Waste Composting also includes ideas for smaller scale composting on your patio, balcony, or even in your home.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Get the Dirt on Backyard Composting with Michelle Balz, Nov. 12, Kit Bundle

    Friday, Nov. 12, 2 PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Learn the basics of how to compost in your backyard successfully! What tools do you need, what tools can you live without, and what are your options for compost bins? We will also discuss integrating composting into your garden and some new small-space techniques for composting on your porch or patio. This webinar kit bundle inlcude's Michelle's book, No Waste Composting, a guide to DIY composting with options for small-scale composting for those who live in apartments or don’t have yard space, as well as our 1-gallon stainless steel compost keeper.  A $70.98 value! Order by October 29th to receive the kit by the webinar on November 12th. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Thursday, Nov. 11, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Michelle Balz is a long-time backyard composter with a passion for reducing our impact on the planet. Her two books, No Waste Composting (March 2021) and Composting for a New Generation, include invaluable advice on composting successfully with DIY projects for creating your own compost system in your backyard and ways to integrate composting into your garden. No Waste Composting also includes ideas for smaller scale composting on your patio, balcony, or even in your home.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Easy Anti-Inflammatory Snacks with Shawna Coronado, Nov. 17, Webinar Only

    Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2 PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Author and wellness expert, Shawna Coronado, will be your guide on this one hour anti-inflammatory snack-making adventure to better health and wellness. Coronado, diagnosed with severe Spinal Osteoarthritis in 2015, will explain what inflammatory foods are, define better foods to eat, and demonstrate how to prepare some super-easy healthy snacks that will help you get started on a positive anti-inflammatory lifestyle. 

    Shawna has reduced her pain levels by more than 80% by tapping into beneficial diet, food, and health practices which she has stuck with for 3+ years and going strong. She dreams of inspiring more people who suffer from fibromyalgia, diabetes, arthritis, asthma, and other chronic inflammatory pain conditions, to reduce their pain levels with a smart anti-inflammatory diet and exercise plan.

    During the webinar, Shawna will be demonstrating:

      • Apple Tostadas with Toppings
      • Auntie Lolo’s Raw Cauliflower Dip
      • Grain-Free Bread and Herb Dipping Oil
      • Pumpkin Pie Pecans

    On Tuesday, Nov. 16, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Shawna Coronado is an author, columnist, blogger, photographer, media host, and brand ambassador who campaigns for social good in the realms of green living, organic gardening, and low-cost cuisine. She is also an on-camera spokesperson and social media personality with more than 375,000 followers on her various social media venues, and she maintains a YouTube channel with more than a million views. In 2015, she co-hosted the radio show “The Good Green Home Show” and appeared biweekly at her home garden as the FOX News Chicago “Gardening with Good Day” organic gardening expert. Coronado’s garden and eco-adventures have been featured in many media venues, including PBS television. Along with her green lifestyle initiatives, Coronado is concerned about promoting and teaching healthy living. She was diagnosed with severe spinal osteoarthritis, a diagnosis that has led her to change her lifestyle, lose weight, and consume a mostly anti-inflammatory diet. She educates audiences about beneficial diet, food, and health practices through her organic living media. She dreams that this will enable more people who suffer from similar conditions to be active. Her successful organic living photographs and stories have been shown both online and off in many international home and garden magazines and multiple books.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Easy Anti-Inflammatory Snacks with Shawna Coronado, Nov. 17, Book Bundle

    Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2 PM CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Author and wellness expert, Shawna Coronado, will be your guide on this one hour anti-inflammatory snack-making adventure to better health and wellness. Coronado, diagnosed with severe Spinal Osteoarthritis in 2015, will explain what inflammatory foods are, define better foods to eat, and demonstrate how to prepare some super-easy healthy snacks that will help you get started on a positive anti-inflammatory lifestyle. 

    Shawna has reduced her pain levels by more than 80% by tapping into beneficial diet, food, and health practices which she has stuck with for 3+ years and going strong. She dreams of inspiring more people who suffer from fibromyalgia, diabetes, arthritis, asthma, and other chronic inflammatory pain conditions, to reduce their pain levels with a smart anti-inflammatory diet and exercise plan.

    During the webinar, Shawna will be demonstrating:

      • Apple Tostadas with Toppings
      • Auntie Lolo’s Raw Cauliflower Dip
      • Grain-Free Bread and Herb Dipping Oil
      • Pumpkin Pie Pecans

    With the book bundle, you also Shawna Coronado’s books Stacked with Flavor and Stacked with Flavor: Healthy Snacks!, a value of $42.94. Don't miss out on this great deal: webinar access, both books, and shipping and handling all for only $38! Order by November 3rd to receive the books by the webinar on November 17th. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Tuesday, Nov. 16, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Shawna Coronado is an author, columnist, blogger, photographer, media host, and brand ambassador who campaigns for social good in the realms of green living, organic gardening, and low-cost cuisine. She is also an on-camera spokesperson and social media personality with more than 375,000 followers on her various social media venues, and she maintains a YouTube channel with more than a million views. In 2015, she co-hosted the radio show “The Good Green Home Show” and appeared biweekly at her home garden as the FOX News Chicago “Gardening with Good Day” organic gardening expert. Coronado’s garden and eco-adventures have been featured in many media venues, including PBS television. Along with her green lifestyle initiatives, Coronado is concerned about promoting and teaching healthy living. She was diagnosed with severe spinal osteoarthritis, a diagnosis that has led her to change her lifestyle, lose weight, and consume a mostly anti-inflammatory diet. She educates audiences about beneficial diet, food, and health practices through her organic living media. She dreams that this will enable more people who suffer from similar conditions to be active. Her successful organic living photographs and stories have been shown both online and off in many international home and garden magazines and multiple books.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Mushrooms You Can Grow at Home with Tradd Cotter, Nov. 19, Webinar Only

    Friday, Nov. 19, 2:00 p.m. CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Want to grow mushrooms at home but don’t know where to start? Join Tradd Cotter, mycologist and organic gardener, during this webinar to learn! For more than 20 years, Tradd has been pondering questions around mushrooms and conducting trials in search of answers. Covering skills such as indoor growing on coffee grounds or pasteurized sawdust to garden growing on logs or wood-chip beds, Tradd has answers to your at-home mushroom growing questions. Learn from his insights such as perpetuating spawn on cardboard without the use of electricity and more!

    For an even greater deal, check out the bundle option where you can get a book by Tradd Cotter, valued at $39.95, and access to the webinar for only $51.95!

    On Thursday, Nov. 18, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Tradd Cotter is a microbiologist, professional mycologist, and organic gardener who has been tissue culturing, collecting native fungi in the Southeast, and cultivating both commercially and experimentally for more than 22 years. He’s the author of Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation, published by Chelsea Green in 2014. In 1996, he founded Mushroom Mountain (which he owns and operates with his wife, Olga, and daughter Heidi) to explore applications for mushrooms in various industries, and he currently maintains more than 200 species of fungi for food production, mycoremediation of environmental pollutants, and natural alternatives to chemical pesticides.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how to participate in Zoom webinars.

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  • Fall Maker Series Webinar: Mushrooms You Can Grow at Home with Tradd Cotter, Nov. 19, Book Bundle

    Friday, Nov. 19, 2:00 p.m. CDT

    Note: The time is CENTRAL. Please plan accordingly. If you are unable to watch live, recordings will also be available for those who purchase tickets.

    Want to grow mushrooms at home but don’t know where to start? Join Tradd Cotter, mycologist and organic gardener, during this webinar to learn! For more than 20 years, Tradd has been pondering questions around mushrooms and conducting trials in search of answers. Covering skills such as indoor growing on coffee grounds or pasteurized sawdust to garden growing on logs or wood-chip beds, Tradd has answers to your at-home mushroom growing questions. Learn from his insights such as perpetuating spawn on cardboard without the use of electricity and more! With the book bundle you also receive Tradd Cotter’s book, Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation, a value of $39.95. Don’t miss out on this great deal: access to the webinar, Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation, and shipping and handling all for only $51.95! Order by Nov. 5 to receive the book by the webinar on Nov. 19. You can register after that point, but arrival won't be guaranteed before the webinar.

    On Thursday, Nov. 18, you’ll receive an email invitation with instructions on how to join the webinar, which is being hosted through Zoom. Note: An internet connection is required along with the Zoom app. Participants won’t have their cameras enabled, but you’ll be able to view the host and participate in the Q&A. More information on Zoom webinars can be found by clicking the link at the bottom of this description. If you’ve never participated in a Zoom meeting or webinar, we strongly recommend that you read over the tutorial before this event.

    Note: webinars will be recorded, so registered users will be able to access recordings at a later date (after approximately 2-3 weeks).

    About the host: Tradd Cotter is a microbiologist, professional mycologist, and organic gardener who has been tissue culturing, collecting native fungi in the Southeast, and cultivating both commercially and experimentally for more than 22 years. He’s the author of Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation, published by Chelsea Green in 2014. In 1996, he founded Mushroom Mountain (which he owns and operates with his wife, Olga, and daughter Heidi) to explore applications for mushrooms in various industries, and he currently maintains more than 200 species of fungi for food production, mycoremediation of environmental pollutants, and natural alternatives to chemical pesticides.

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