Episode 114: Abundance and Self-Sufficiency with Liz Zorab

This week I’m speaking to smallholder and YouTuber Liz Zorab. Liz has been documenting her growing efforts, firstly via a blog and then via her hugely popular YouTube channel. She’s recently written Grounded: A Gardener’s Journey to Abundance and Self-Sufficiency in which she talks about setting up at a new site in Wales and how her gardening journey went hand in hand with her journey from ill-health to relative wellness.

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About Liz Zorab

“Liz works full time on the homestead and as a content creator in various media. Her love of gardening started as a small child, but blossomed when she left home. In her own garden, she found joy in propagating plants and growing food for her family.

At her happiest when pottering in the garden, Liz now manages the half acre fruit and vegetable gardens and food forest at Byther Farm. Liz is available for talks and presentations about gardening, growing for food security and self-sufficiency.” http://bytherfarm.com/about/

Links

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe0Ha5QljsCV5UqIkobBrcQ Byther Farm YouTube channel
http://bytherfarm.com www.bytherfarm.com

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