Welcome to AgroshareMD

We’re developing a community of Gardeners, Farmers, Doctors
and Patients so that you can become the healthiest you possible!

Welcome to AgroshareMD

We’re developing a community of Gardeners, Farmers, Doctors
and Patients so that you can become the healthiest you possible!

Welcome to AgroshareMD

We’re developing a community of Gardeners, Farmers, Doctors
and Patients so that you can become the healthiest you possible!

About Agroshare

Here at Agroshare, our goal is to bring together all those seeking health, information and community. We hope to help people from across all walks of life connect: physicians, patients, homesteaders, farmers, home gardeners, community and school groups, minimalists, permaculture hobbyists and others.

 

Being healthy, eating well, and reducing our environmental footprint can be daunting. So, our mission is to build both a platform and a community filled with easily accessible information that reduces the overwhelm.

 

We are constantly learning, and strive to stay up to date on not only the latest research and newest workable health solutions but also the most productive, sustainable and practical ideas in gardening, nutrition and natural living.

 

We hope you’ll join us!

Our hope is to attract all who
are willing to grow even one plant

In the age of the internet, and with the heavy influence of social media on our daily lives, information overwhelm is real. Sorting through all the seemingly contradictory ideas touted across multiple platforms can make the pursuit of health and wellness a sometimes confusing and nearly impossible task. We conceived Agroshare as a response to this.

 

Founded by a doctor with a limitless passion for everything healthy and earth-friendly, and in constant pursuit of all things simple, nutritious and good, our aim is to be a one-stop shop for wellness, nutrition, sustainable living and regenerative farming practices, environmental stewardship and health education. We hope to help inspire others to plant seeds of growth, because even the smallest change can develop into something of tremendous impact.

It is our unshakeable belief that good health starts with the food we eat.  Here you’ll find not only recipes, science-based nutritional recommendations, and healthy eating practices, but also information on organic gardening and sustainable agriculture for when you want to grow your own food, and resources for local, naturally grown produce and other products for when you can’t.

Regardless of how well you eat and care for your body, health issues can still arise. Faced with rising healthcare costs and tedious, confusing insurance forms, we also offer a streamlined, affordable alternative through Direct Primary Care. Not only can you learn about this health care model and determine if it is right for you, as a DPC patient, you also have access to detailed videos and classes taught by Dr. Frannie Koe, MD, and valuable informational resources on a variety of health topics.

Our Blogs

Lemon Balm

Written by: Dr. Frannie Koe, MD Edited by: Breanne Brazeale Lemon balm, scientific name Melissa officinalis, is so easy to grow, it is almost foolproof. Like most other members of the mint family, lemon balm spreads easily after it becomes established. It does well in...

Stinging Nettle- Inflammation Fighting and More:

Stinging Nettle- Inflammation Fighting and More:

Written by: Dr. Frannie Koe, MD Edited by: Breanne Brazeale Stinging Nettle, scientific name Urtica dioica, and commonly known as nettles, has a long history of folk usage for food and medicine. For hundreds of years, nettles have been used to treat lung issues. The...

Lime Pie Recipe:

Lime Pie Recipe:

  The following recipe for keto-friendly Lime Pie comes from my (Dr. Koe’s) friend and patient, Peggie Griffin. Ms. Griffin is passionate about protecting the natural and agricultural heritage of Alabama, as well as promoting nutritious, locally grown food.  She...

Challenges in Elder Care: Mental Health and Family Connection

Challenges in Elder Care: Mental Health and Family Connection

Written by: Dr. Frannie Koe, MD Edited by: Breanne Brazeale I did not realize how lonely some people get as they age. There is often a lot less interaction with family members who have to work and are tired after spending long hours at their job all week. These folks...

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