Joey and Holly Baird


Joey & Holly Baird are the founders of The Wisconsin Vegetable and The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show.

They are a married couple living in southeastern Wisconsin (just outside of Milwaukee).  Joey & Holly make videos on youtube about how to grow your own food organically, reusing found items (or items you may just throw away), what to do with the food you grow, home canning and simple home living.

You can hear their radio show live on Saturday mornings in the Milwaukee area on 860 WNOV AM or 106.5 FM March through October and you can listen live or through apps linked above!

They grow in the ground, raised beds, straw bales, containers and indoor herbs and even a dwarf lime tree they have year round in their kitchen!

Their goal through their videos and social media pages is to show the average person how easy it is to grow food, store food, and reuse everyday items.  Their motto is “grow with us”.

Joey and Holly enjoy speaking at garden expo’s throughout the midwest. Holly is also an award winning home canner with a handful of ribbons from the Wisconsin State Fair including a Best of Show award for her home canning talents.

If you find this interesting and have any questions or would like to talk further we can be emailed at

Please check out our videos, posts and even feel free to leave comments.

Whether you live in Wisconsin or not you are welcome to our page.



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8 thoughts on “Joey and Holly Baird

    Rick Nutt said:
    March 1, 2014 at 07:36

    My wife, 1-yr.-old daughter and I just moved to Marinette, WI at the end of 2013, from Michigan. 40-year-Old gardener….new fan of the Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener. My family and I share your vision and desire to live with a renewable and conservative lifestyle that is respectful and conservative to nature and our lives. My first garden in Wisconsin will be going in this year and we will keep you posted….Rick

    Jackie Beyer said:
    February 28, 2015 at 17:30

    Joey and Holly Rock! Love what you’re doing and all the information you’re sharing with your audience to help make the world a better place! Way to go!!!

    Jen said:
    April 2, 2015 at 16:43

    I grew up marinette/Menominee area, my mother always had a garden n always canned tomatoes, green beans, asparagus, dill pickles, sweet pickles, and raspberry jam. She still does tomatoes n beans. I’m giving it a try this year here in oklahoma… There is nothing better in chili in winter than canned tomato juice, I have started looking into solar panels for help with alternative electric source and having a few chickens, guess I should have started all this 20yrs ago but I guess like a lot of us just never thought about it.. Could I live off the grid if needed? Could i homestead to a point if needed? I’m not a conspiracy theorist but one never knows if/when I might need to be more self sufficient..

      The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener responded:
      April 25, 2015 at 20:05

      You could do both. It would take some work and time, but its very possible. There are a number of homesteading groups on facebook where you can also connect with people like you to ask questions and get ideas.

    April 29, 2018 – Coal Ash Ahead! said:
    April 28, 2018 at 21:15

    […] Which brings us to two of our favorite gardeners, who know something about growing in cold climes. I refer, of course, to The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener. The title is singular but there are two of them–the husband and wife team of Holly and Joey Baird. […]

    The IMPACT of Veggies and Folktober Fest said:
    October 6, 2018 at 23:04

    […] As I often mention, the title is singular but there are two of them–the husband and wife team of Holly and Joey Baird. Now that we’re into the month of October (really?), there are still important things to be […]

    […] Here’s what you need to know about Holly and Joey Baird. […]

    […] They have a Milwaukee radio show, which recently has spread to several other markets around the country. They have a ton of “how to” videos on their website, and they’ll grow veggies anywhere. […]

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