TGoG 111 – Sarhn McArthur-Gumbley Revisited

Listen to the Episode Below (00:36:18)

Catching up with friends made via this community is always a treat.  Sarhn McArthur-Gumbley is one of those many friends that I have made over the years via this podcast and blog but never met.

Sarhn McArthur-GumbleySarhn’s first visit to the show was way back in episode 014 where she was living in inner Sydney, well on her journey towards a more sustainable lifestyle.

A photographer by trade, she greened up her business and her lifestyle because it was the right thing to do.

Since we first talked back in 2011, she and her family have moved to a small town in the Southern Highlands of NSW about 1.5 hours from Sydney.  She also has a toddler that keeps her on her toes!

All this and living a sustainable lifestyle as well.  Learn how she fits it all in to her day.  I tip my hat to you Sarhn!

You can connect with Sarhn at www.sarhn.com and click-through using the social media buttons.


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We Need Your Help!

Weird title I know, but I am after your sustainable living stories if you will share them with me.  Specifically I’m looking for stories for the podcast.

The Greening of Gavin Podcast has become quite a popular show, so I’m always looking for people to chat with about their own sustainable living journey.

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It doesn’t matter where you come from and how you got there, I would love to have a chat to you, or someone who you reckon may have a great story to tell.

I’m not after celebrities, just ordinary people like myself who want to share their lifestyle, so that others may be inspired and take that first step in their very own sustainable journey.

I don’t bite and am a very friendly bloke to talk to.  Just ask anyone I have had on the show!

So what are you waiting for?  Use the speakpipe tool below to leave me a message, or alternatively leave a message via my contact page if you or you know someone who would like to have a chat on the show.

Please get in touch soon, I would love to hear from you.

Thanks!

TGoG 110 – Lucy House: Dawson Valley Free Range

Listen to the Episode Below (00:36:21)

Knowing where our meat comes from very important to Kim and me.  We want to ensure that any meat we consume has had the best possible life and has only one bad day.  Ethically raised and not factory farmed.

Imagine my delight when I was contacted by Lucy who runs a free range farm in Baralaba, Queensland.

We talked at length about farm management, how she farms without chemical inputs, and she even makes cheese. She even told me that she is a bit of a Joel Salatin groupie who has seen him talk three times!

So much great information in one episode.

You can find Lucy & Kim (her hubby) at the following places;

Dawson Valley Free Range - Kim & Lucy

Kim & Lucy


Don’t forget that this show is financially supported by you, the listener, via our Patreon page.  If you believe the show adds value to the sustainable living community and you would like to support the show, please pledge your support at http://www.patreon.com/greeningofgavin.  Any pledge small or large is most welcome, as it keeps the show going and growing week by week.

Become my patreon!

And finally, do you think this podcast episode will help someone you know? If so, help them out by sharing it using the social media buttons below.  And if you are super excited about this episode, pop on over to iTunes and leave a rating and review using the button under the player.

It helps the podcast get noticed in the charts and makes it more visible for others who may be interested in living a more sustainable lifestyle in the ‘burbs.  Thanks!

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