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By Lynn Doxon
Expert Author Lynn Doxon
started gardening when she
was two years old.
The had her
own garden at the age of 8.
She has a PhD in horticulture and worked for several years as an Extension Horticulture Specialist with the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service.
has an online course in organic gardening that is available at http://www.homegardenblog.net.
passion is that everyone, from the renter in the tiniest apartment to the homeowner with an acre of yard will grow some of their own food.
husband have the goal of developing an urban farm that provided the majority of their food.
"Why People Garden.
Why People Garden.
17 Sep. 2011 EzineArticles.com
25 Oct. 2011 .
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12101 Palomas NE
email: Lynn Doxon
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Lynn Ellen Doxon
Lynn Ellen Doxon's books are as varied and exciting as her
grew up on the modern homesteaders ideal, seven rural acres with a half acre garden, chickens, pigs, horses, a cow and orchard.
In the 1970's she
became interested in alternative energy sources and was a VISTA volunteer.
and Robert moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico in the late 1980's.
Since moving to Albuquerque, Lynn has worked as an Urban Horticultural Specialist for New Mexico State University cooperative Extension Service, helped Robert build and maintain a business, and written a weekly column on gardening for the Albuquerque Journal.
Along with her
weekly column for the Journal, Lynn
has also written articles for many magazines and technical journals including Modern Liturgy
, Environment and Art
, and Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture
High Desert Yards & Gardens
first book and was the result of her
weekly column with the Albuquerque Journal
In the late 1990's, Lynn
and Robert started the process to adopt three girls from the Ukraine.
Homestead.org Articles by Lynn Ellen Doxon
growing roses secrets
Lynn Ellen Doxon, Extension Horticultural Specialist.New Mexioc State University.