Shawna Coronado

Shawna Coronado
Shawna Coronado
101 Organic Garden Hacks
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The word “hack” has a multitude of meanings these days, but if you ask garden author Shawna Coronado what a hack is, she might just wave her hand toward her own back yard. She could be pointing at the garden bench she created from leftover wood posts and a few cinder blocks, or the rows of wine bottles buried soldier-style along a winding pathway, or even the garden soil itself, which is blended by hand from an organic soil recipe she devised. A hack is really just a great idea that’s come to life.

In 101 Organic Garden Hacks you’ll find the top tips, tricks, and solutions Shawna has dreamed up in her career as one of America’s most creative gardeners. Some are practical timesavers; others offer clever ways to “upcycle” everyday items in your garden. One characteristic every hack shares is that they are completely organic and unfailingly environmentally friendly. Divided into a dozen different categories for easy reference, each hack is accompanied by a clear photo that shows you exactly how to complete it. If you are looking for resourceful ways to improve your garden and promote green living values right at home, you’ll love paging through this fascinating, eye-catching book.
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Warrenville/IL/USA
Shawna is a wellness and organic lifestyle advocate, professional author, blogger, photographer, and media host who campaigns for social good through her books, social media, and website – www.shawnacoronado.com.

Along with her wellness lifestyle initiatives, Shawna is concerned about promoting and teaching healthy living and educates audiences about beneficial diet, organic growing, and healthier lifestyle practices through her organic living media. Diagnosed with severe spinal osteoarthritis, Shawna has changed her lifestyle significantly by practicing smart habits, walking daily, and consuming a mostly anti-inflammatory diet. All Shawna’s books are based on organic techniques and community wellness. “Grow a Living Wall” addresses easier organic growing for people with health issues as well as small space gardeners.

Shawna is also an on-camera spokesperson, brand ambassador, and social media personality with over 450,000+ followers on her various social media venues and a YouTube channel with millions of views. She has a “make a difference” focus on green lifestyle living, organic gardening, and healthy food recipes built to inspire.

She has appeared on national television and radio with features on PBS, WGN News, FOX News, NPR, and more. Shawna has blogged for a long list of brands including Better Homes and Gardens, CitySearch, Chicago Tribune’s ChicagoNow blog, Jung Seed, and many others. Recent TV appearances include news programs around the United States including a regular feature as the FOX News TV Chicago LIVE “Gardening with Good Day” bi-weekly in her front lawn vegetable garden. Shawna has lectured all over the world including TEDx and Google discussing the benefits of green living for community. She was featured as a Chicago Tribune “Remarkable Woman”, has been named one of the Top 10 bloggers in the nation in a 2016 Better Homes and Gardens feature, a Top 8 Gardener to Follow on Twitter, and the #1 Garden Blogger on Twitter by Cision.

You can learn more about Shawna at http://www.shawnacoronado.com.
Wellness, organic living, gardening, social media topics, brand marketing

“You can’t get to the top with the escalator; you have to take the stairs!”

  • Shawna Coronado