Ken Druse Interviews Carole Sevilla Brown on Radio

Ken DruseI’m excited to announce that Ken Druse invited me to do an interview on his radio show Real Dirt.

This was a really fun interview. We talk about the 5 Pillars of Ecosystem Gardening, sharing nature with kids, and even the debt debate (although not in the way one might expect.

Ken Druse describes the interview:

    Carole Sevilla Brown explains how you can make a difference by learning to make healthier choices in your garden. You can create a welcoming habitat for wildlife that will have immediate benefits for birds, butterflies, native pollinators, and other wildlife in your ecosystem garden.
Carole recommends sustainable gardening practices, reducing the size of your lawn, conserving water, creating healthy soil, learning which plants to avoid and how to choose the best ones for your specific garden. Some simple ways to put these ideas into practice might be planting food for wildlife, adding a water source, providing shelter and safe spaces for wildlife to raise their young.

I had the honor of meeting Ken Druse in person when we both were featured speakers at the SALT Conference at Connecticut College Arboretum.

Ken Druse is the author of 17 books, including my favorite The Natural Habitat Garden, as well as his latest, Natural Companions.

Please listen to the interview, then come back here and let me know what you think. I value your input. Thanks :)

Check out my new free online course Ecosystem Gardening Essentials, 15 free lessons delivered to your inbox every week, teaching you to garden sustainably, conserve natural resources, and create welcoming habitat for wildlife in your garden.

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