Less Noise, More Green: WADK " For the Love of Gardening" Podcasts

WADK " For the Love of Gardening" Podcasts



Listen to full podcasts of the "For the Love of Gardening"  URI Master Gardener radio show, of which I am one of the hosts. Below are links to my shows.

10/5/14   Harvesting the Bounty
               Preserving using dehydrating and freezing methods.
               Guest - Sejal Lanterman, University of Rhode Island Outreach Educator

11/23/14  Sustainability and Green Gardening: Part 1 and Part 2
                How to be a more sustainable gardener.
                Guest: Kate Venturini, University of Rhode Island Outreach Center Interim Director

12/28/14 Garden Therapy: Part 1 and Part 2
                How we can all tap into the therapeutic benefits of gardening.
                Guest: URI Master Gardener, Dr. Jodi Frank

1/4/15     Backyard Beekeeping: Part 1 and Part 2
               Becoming a backyard beekeeper.
               Guest: Sanne Kure-Jensen

1/11/15  Interest in the Winter Garden: Part 1 and Part 2
              Creating beauty and interest in our gardens during the coldest months.
              Guest: Sanne Kure-Jensen

2/22/15 Organic Gardening: Part 1 and Part 2
             Organic Gardening practices, pest control and soil amendments.
             Guest: Sanne Kure-Jensen 

3/29/15 Composting: Part 1 and Part 2
             Home Composting tips.
             Guest: Rusty Meadows

4/12/15 Crop Rotation: Part 1 and Part 2
             Crop rotation in the home vegetable garden.
             Guest: Nan Quinlan

5/3/15  Soil: Part 1 and Part 2
            What every gardener needs to understand about soil
             Guest: Dr. Bob Rafka

5/10/15 Edible Landscaping: Part 1 and Part 2
             How to create a beautiful and productive edible landscape.
             Host Tom Gorski with guest- Me!

6/14/15 Bugs!:  Part 1 and Part 2
             Are there really good bugs and bad bugs when it comes to your garden?
             Guest: Melissa Guillet

7/5/15   Shade Gardens : Part 1 and Part 2
             How to make the most out of the shady part of your landscape.
             Guest:  Betsy Potemus

8/10/15 Low Tunnels and Cold Frames: Part 1 and Part 2
             Extending the season by protecting crops.
             Guest: Lynne Farr


                

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