Thursday, February 28, 2013

Local Goodness: POD Gardening

Local Goodness. It's a new series here at GrowMama.
I'll be profiling or taking a peek into various cool businesses, products and places aroundabout here. 
We're talking eco-minded, progressive smaller endeavours, with a definite more'ish quality.
How to define the boundaries of what is local to me? I'm going to take liberties there.
Even if you don't live around here, we can all do with a dollop of inspiration and a dose of voyeurism into someone else's heartfelt worklife, no?! 
If you need to buy something, shop local and give your money where it'll count...give it to the good people! Support local goodness.
This is a local business everyone can tap into, no matter where you live.

One of the lovely local folks out West has teamed up with some like-minded friends and launched Pod –easy edible gardening. They sell good seeds. They share information about gardening. They make Pod TV and feature interesting folks and their gardens with beautiful photos and interviews. 

The POD mission is to help anyone and everyone to grow their own produce. Wherever possible with subtle  organic sustainable bent. 
Go see. POD: easy edible gardening. Superb stuff. 
Plus, you’ll meet some of my gorgeous friends and neighbour's in their Pod Gardens section.
Nice work Paul Thompson and team.
 I know where i will be going with any gardening questions...straight to Pod HERE

There are such good people, creating such GOOD works and projects in the world...it does the heart a wonder of good, no?! I'm getting all tingly thinking about all the great leads and projects you all have been sending me for the Local Goodness series, keep it up!

1 comment:

  1. I love reading about positive, inspiring businesses like these! Awesome new series, Anissa!
    Have you heard of a kiwi online magazine called Happyzine? I think it's something you'd enjoy, and could probably even contribute towards. They write about all the great, inspiring things that people around NZ are doing (with quite a strong green focus). Check out www.happyzine.co.nz if you're interested!
    I love your blog, it's always interesting and so beautifully written! Reading little tidbits about your experiences home-schooling really gets me inspired too (we don't have kids yet, but I'm interested in home-schooling when we do). Also really connected with your article in the last extracurricular, and am dying to do one of your courses when we're back in nz. Keep up the great work!

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