Straw Bale Gardening is "a transformative technology" at least according to the New York Times!

Straw Bale Gardening is "a transformative technology" at least according to the New York Times!

Speaker in Spotlight: Karsten

Karsten's book "Straw Bale Gardens" exploded onto the scene with a glowing review on a full page in the New York Times, where Michael Tortorello called his method "a transformative garden technology that could change your life — for less than $100?"

Using "conditioned" bales of straw, people all over the world are now growing vegetable gardens. Some are trying gardening for the first time this way, while other "seasoned" gardeners may be using bales as a way to continue gardening when physical limitations have forced them to cease traditional gardening. Many advantages come with the bales. No weeding, less bending, earlier planting and a longer growing season, with less need for pesticides. A Straw Bale Garden is very economical to set up and requires less water and far less labor to maintain than a traditional soil garden. Plant this garden on a roof, or in a parking lot, since no soil is required and the bales are portable taking up little space. Karsten speaks to enthusiastic audiences around the world as a keynote speaker. It is his amazing story, humor, entrepreneurial spirit and passion for gardening that make him a sought after speaker for gardening events, home and garden shows, healthy living events and more. If your event is seeking a standout headline speaker, contact Karsten for glowing references from previous engagements, and more information regarding fees and availability. www.StrawBaleGardens.com or joel@StrawBaleGardens.com or via www.Facebook.com/LearnToGrowAStrawBaleGarden