Speaking and Media

Live Green Tennessee visits with Mark Murphy at Bottle Hollow Farm.
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Live Green Tennessee visits Bottle Hollow Farm in Shelbyville, TN
Bottle Hollow Farm is featured in the Bedford Acres magazine from the Shelbyville Times-Gazette.
Mark Murphy, Director of Operations at Bottle Hollow Farm
You might see Mark's gardening articles in print, hear him on the radio, or catch one of his many classes or lectures.
Mark's talks are enjoyed by a wide range of folks interested in garden, farm and homestead topics. He emphasizes organic vegetable gardening and has spoken on a variety of topics including tomatoes, organic philosophy, garden oddities, composting, soils, and more.
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Mark Murphy,
Bottle Hollow Farm owner/operator

Volunteer Gardener host Phillipe Chadwick visits with Mark Murphy at Bottle Hollow Farm.

DNJ from the ground up Daily News Journal
DNJ from the ground up Daily News Journal
DNJ from the ground up Daily News Journal
From the Ground Up
Gardening Tips
and Commentary

In conjunction with the Rutherford County agriculture Extension service, Mark Murphy contributed articles to the From the Ground Up series in Murfreesboro's Daily News Journal, The Tennessean and Knoxille News Sentinel newspapers.

[Some of those articles are available
online at DNJ.com... view the Try Organic Gardening with Bulletproof Crops article.]

Mark Murphy at the Rutherford County Farmers Market, 2015. 
This lecture covered details of growing organic grain corn in the home garden. Participants learned about open-pollinated heirloom corn varieties and how to grind them to make delicious, fresh cornmeal.

Mark Murphy shares gardening information
WGNS Radio action line

Tune in to the WGNS Radio Action Line broadcast on Thursday mornings at 8:05 am, for timely discussions of lawn and garden topics. Mark contributes to that program on occasion, among a rotating cast of Master Gardeners and Ag Extension personnel.

Mark Murphy, 2017 Educator of the Year

Rutherford County Master Gardeners
Educator of the Year award, 2017