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Howard Garrett is converting the world to organics, by providing listeners with the best information and advice on natural organic gardening, landscaping, pet health and care, pest control, home care and a natural way to live your life.

Howard Garrett is a landscape architect by training, with extensive experience in landscape contracting, greenhouse growing, golf course planning and maintenance and organic product development. Howard has devoted his life to establishing a leadership role in the natural organic marketplace. He provides advice on natural organic gardening, landscaping, pet health, pest control, and natural living.

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Park Administration and Landscape Architecture from Texas Tech University in 1969. After a stint in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, Howard started his business career at Club Corporation of America where he was a laborer and assistant golf course superintendant.

Associations and Credentials:

  • Member American Society of Landscape Architects – ASLA
  • Arborist - International Society of Arboriculture – ISA
  • Nationally syndicated radio talk show host - Salem Radio Network
  • Columnist for the Dallas Morning News - Organic Answers
  • Author of 14 books
  • Chairman of Texas Organic Research Center (TORC) a 501(c)3 corporation
  • Organic Advisory Board Texas Department of Agriculture

In 1985, the birth of Howard's daughter Logan was the turning point in his education into organic gardening, landscaping, farming and ranching. By 1988 he had committed his entire career to the research, education and promotion of organic products and practices. In addition to teaching organics to homeowners, he began the conversion of numerous commercial projects such as the Frito-Lay National Headquarters in Plano. His work also includes research on natural organic planting techniques, use of native and well adapted introductions and water saving solutions. Organic projects in the studies have realized 40-50% cost savings in water use.

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