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Debbie Teashon

Co-author, Gardening for the Homebrewer and blogger, Rainyside.com

Wendy Tweten

Co-author, Gardening for the Homebrewer and ‘Miss Snippy’ columnist

Debbie Teashon

Debbie Teashon is co-author of Gardening for the Homebrewer: Plants for Making Beer, Wine, Gruit, Cider, Perry, and More, just released by Voyageur Press. She is also a freelance garden writer and photographer with a career spanning many decades. Her articles and photographs have appeared in Fine Gardening, Garden West, Master Gardeners, Tardigarde (Swedish based) magazines, and the Oregonian. Debbie writes a monthly column. ‘Garden Life’ for Kitsap Week, and bimonthly articles for West Sound Home and Garden. When she’s not writing and photographing, you can find her gardening or researching plants for her web site Rainy Side Gardeners at rainyside.com. In May, 2015 Debbie was on Star101.5 radio giving garden advice for Herb Weisbaum’s Spring Tips. In September of 2015 Debbie will be giving a how-to make liqueur demonstration on GardenTime TV and will be seen on stations from Eugene to Portland, Oregon.

Wendy Tweten

Wendy Tweten is co-author of Gardening for the Homebrewer: Plants for Making Beer, Wine, Gruit, Cider, Perry, and More. She is an award-winning freelance writer and speaker who lives and gardens (and occasionally imbibes) on Washington State’s Kitsap Peninsula. Wendy and her opinionated alter-ego Miss Snippy contribute to a number of national and regional publications and websites. Her articles and columns have earned her four silver and two gold Awards of Achievement from the Garden Writers’ Association.

BOOKS BY THIS SPEAKER

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Good Libations: Concocting Cocktails from the Home Garden

Join the authors of Gardening for the Homebrewer for a lively look at alcohol-based libations that stem from your own backyard. Wendy and Debbie will share the making of fresh and delicious liqueurs that taste all the better with homegrown ingredients. Herbs for liqueurs, fruit for wine, hops for beer, apples for cider — learn how easy it is to make delicious liqueur recipes from ingredients grown in a Northwest garden. You will be the life of the party!

Saturday, Feb 20 at 11:45 am / DIY Stage / Book signing to follow

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