Far Out Radio Interview

Thought some of you might be interested in listening to my first nationally syndicated radio interview with Scott Teeters of Far Out Radio. 

It was a lot of fun and I hope you enjoy it!

Listen to the archived show by clicking on the link or image below.

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Life In The Ozarks with Jill Henderson

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4 responses to “Far Out Radio Interview

  1. Great job on Far Out Radio, Jill. You and I could be twins, our views of herbalism, gardening, and GMO’s are THAT close….. I grew up in AR, and have lived in many states since then. Am married to a Vietnam vet who was exposed to Agent Orange, and is suffering the various ailments that has caused. We have a forty acre farm, mostly clay and rock, and like you, we are growing in raised beds and putting in tame blackberries, boysenberries, strawberries and asparagus, a perennial herb garden, and every kind of fruit tree we can get our hands on. We are so similar! I love the New Orleans cuisine, and grew up studying Native American herbalism with my Grandmother….and I grew up without electricity, getting water from a spring, and living off the land in Arkansas .

    • Small world, indeed! I think you came by country living more naturally than I did, though. I spent the first half of my life in the city, but our family escapes were always in the wilder places – mountains, dessert, ocean, forest – anywhere we could camp and 4 kids could run wild. 🙂 But I must have loved it so, because as soon as I could make my own choices in life, that’s all I ever wanted. Luckily, my husband grew up on a farm and shared my desire to live on the land (or wander the world, or both!). Couldn’t be better!

  2. What a treat! Joe and I listened to you tonight and felt rather proud to know you hillybilly Jill. Can’t wait to see your garden and catch up soon.

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