Check out the Contributors to Sustainable-Gardening


Time to make a fuss over the most excellent garden writers who are contributing their work to Linda300
Sustainable-Gardening, the increasingly content-heavy website that I launched just a year ago.  Over on the Sustainable Gardening Blog you’ll find quick bios for each and their contributions to the site so far. 

The latest to join us is none other than Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott, who recently helped us all figure out the myths about wood chips as mulch.  And only because I begged for it, there’s now a photo of her online here of our Ph.D.-packing commenter/contributor (top photo).


More contributors?

Now I know there are other folks out there who are writing about pesticides, composting, rain harvesting, easy plants, myth-busting and dozens of other meaty topics, so who?  You?  Tell me in a coContribcombo1mment.  One writer we’d definitely love to join us and is Ann Lovejoy, whose newspaper column is even called "Sustainable Gardening."  I devoured her books about growing mixed American borders organically and consider her my top guru. Anybody know how I can reach her?


  1. I love Linda Chalker-Scott. I’ve learned so much from her over the years! She wrote a piece on sterilizing tools a few years ago for the WSNLA B&B Magazine that I took to heart and continue to share with all of my clients. Really good stuff!

    Over at I write about many things sustainable…over the harvest season a lot of that has been about local eating…growing your own…and such. But that’s just part of it. The years-long saga of dealing with a diseased peach tree without fungicide is, among other things, a most-read topic worldwide.

    You might try contacting to get in touch with Cass. Its her baby!

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