This week’s guest is the fascinating Cheryl Harner. She’s lived among the Amish for many years and has stories to tell about conservation, master gardening, and birdwatching! She has observed the Amish way of life and will have much insight to share about living a simple life. I’m also looking forward to her gardening tips – I hear she has an amazing green thumb!

Tune in on Thursday at 4:00 pm Central! To listen in – go here and just click on the player in the top right corner.

Cheryl Harner

About Cheryl:

Cheryl Harner – Cheryl is interested in all forms of flora and fauna and fascinated by the connections between botany and wildlife. She is an avid gardener and life-long wildflower and butterfly enthusiast. President of Greater Mohican Audubon Society and Richland Co. Master Gardeners, Cheryl also volunteers at Kingwood Center and Gorman Nature Center. A great supporter of conservation, Cheryl promotes environmental education and the use of native plants in the home landscape. For more about Cheryl and her work please visit her blog: Weed Picker’s Journal!

Good Things are Coming!

Find out first when you sign up for my email newsletter.

Consider yourself invited to sign up for my newsletter and get the behind-the-scenes scoop, info on freebies and giveaways, and more. Also, by signing up, you will receive the first chapters of some bestselling books. A small way to say I’m glad we’ve connected!

You have Successfully Subscribed!