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Misilla is the host of Learn to Grow and The Crafty Mom on YouTube.

A Pacific Northwest mother of four who is passionate about organic gardening, sustainable living, homesteading, and education, her videos and social media posts consist of gardening, outdoor recreation, healthy living, crafts, science experiments, DIY projects, and delicious recipes.

Watch her videos below or find additional content on her YouTube channel.

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"<i>"Growing food sustainably and organically is essential to our future and our planet. A life lesson that we must instill in our children and future generations."</i>"
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