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February Podcast

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This episode we pick up at the end of a flu riddled season with an introduction to a Bash-O-Bash character Byanza Almeda, seed catalogs, wildly successful first gardens, stories from our Facebook readers about their granny's gardens, coming face to face with your family's racist history and choosing a different path, and more.

Oh, and officially this month we are ditching the goal of a podcast per month, because clearly…

But we're going to keep them coming as long as we know you're listening! Give us feedback in iTunes, Podomatic, or on our Facebook and Instagram pages!

Download this episode's high res illustration over at Patreon!

Links mentioned in the podcast

Almeda Riddle video

Ozark Pocket Gopher

Night Riders

 

Related links

If you've listened to the episode and are curious for more, here are a few links to organizations doing the deep work of struggling with history to fight racism and white supremacy and build equity for all.

M4BL

Southerners on New Ground

Idle No More

SpiritHouse

Datule Artist Collective

Alternate Roots

Fund for Democratic Communities