Teleconference on Tuesday Nights

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Ever wanted to talk to Paul, but didn’t have his number…or felt a bit intimidated to call…or even were concerned your call would be a nuisance? First off, his # is (360) 683-4477. Secondly, we should not fear a humble man…but we should appreciate his godliness. Thirdly, NO…honest inquiries are not a nuisance to him. […]

FREE Kindle Book July 2, 3

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UPLOADING Can Be UPLIFTING! To all GFGW friends: for 2 days (Jy 2rd & 3rd) you can go to www.amazon.com and type in Growing Food God’s Way to get to the book’s page or: http://www.amazon.com/Growing-Food-Gods-Way-Gautschi-ebook/dp/B010CFBPKG/ and upload the Kindle version for FREE. Don’t have a Kindle(?) neither do I, but I’m told you can get […]

Call to Paul

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Hi fellow garden travelers. For some reason, I called Paul tonight. Even as his phone was ringing, my embarrassment for “not having a reason” to call was mounting. Of all times, he answered. “Hi Paul, its David” I said…then continued: “I don’t know why I am calling tonight.” “Well I know why,” he said, “because […]

Back to Eden Film

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After years of back-breaking toil in ground ravaged by the effects of man-made growing systems, Paul Gautschi has discovered a taste of what God intended for mankind in the garden of Eden. Some of the vital issues facing agriculture today include soil preparation, fertilization, irrigation, weed control, pest control, crop rotation, and PH issues. None […]

What Do the Neighbors Think?

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Our delightful neighbors are all retired. They all have gardens and they mostly think we’re crazy. However.. A few weeks ago, the neighbor across the street was running his small chipper in his backyard. I went over to ask if he was going to get rid of them. He said that’s what he did last year, but: “after listening […]

Devine Garden, Oregon

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When we moved to Columbia County, Oregon, the property had an 80ft x 80ft fenced garden area that was “let go” by previous renters. The Summer of 2012, we borrowed a neighbor’s tiller and tilled the entire area except the raspberry, mint, and rhubarb patches. It looked much better, and we had a sense of satisfaction, but a […]