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Dawn Combs

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Dawn Combs, HobbyFarms.com Contributor

Dawn Combs, author of HobbyFarms.com's "The Prescription Gardener" blog, lives in central Ohio with her husband Carson and her children, Aidan and Jacy. She began her career with a B.A. in Botany and Humanities/Classics from Ohio Wesleyan University and later apprenticed with reknowned herbalist Rosemary Gladstar in Vermont.  Dawn is a homesteading herbalist, beekeeper, author, herbal educator and co-founder of BEES firstTM, to help those committed to raising bees sustainably.

Dawn is co-owner of Mockingbird Meadows, a medicinal herb and honey farm near Columbus, Ohio, where she consults with women and their partners on issues of hormonal balance, oversees her farm, which is deemed a United Plant Savers Botanical Sanctuary, and operates the Herbal Learning Center.  Mockingbird Meadows is nationally recognized for Dawn's signature line of therapeutic herbal honey spreads.

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4 Chemicals that Could Be Killing Your Soil
In an effort to provide extra nutrition to your garden soil, you could inadvertently be adding harmful chemicals. Use these tips to make smarter fertilizing decisions.

4 Ways to Keep Bees More Naturally
Take a holistic approach to beekeeping to encourage bee health and harvest better-quality honey.

7 All-Natural Solutions to Common Greenhouse Problems
Prevent insect pests and fungal diseases from ruining your greenhouse plants with these natural, DIY solutions.

5 Ornamental Plants That Could Save Your Vegetables
What’s the work without the play? Bring beauty and benefit to your vegetable garden by using these flowers as companion plants.

How To Pollinate Your Greenhouse with Honey Bees
Encourage pollination of your greenhouse crops by giving your bees a direct-access pass to the world of indoor growing.

 

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