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3:OO-3:3O /// Eating Matters
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Things get fun in the studio this week on We Dig Plants as Carmen DeVito and Alice Marcus Krieg are joined by forager, author and horticulturist Ellen Zachos joins the studio to talk about foraging and make delicious cocktails on-air! Zachos is a Harvard graduate and received her certification in Commercial Horticulture and Ethnobotany from the New York Botanical Garden. As the owner of Acme Plant Stuff, Ellen designs, installs, and maintains both interior and exterior gardens in the New York City area. Ellen is an instructor at the New York Botanical Garden, where she teaches for both Continuing Education and The School of Professional Horticulture. She lectures on a wide variety of topics at flower shows, nurseries, and for horticultural organizations around the world. As a professional garden photographer, Ellen illustrates her lectures and workshops with high-quality slides. She is a former Broadway performer, and brings expert presentation skills to every demonstration. Ellen is the author of Down & Dirty: 43 Fun & Funky First-Time Projects & Activities to Get You Gardening (Storey Publishing, 2007), Tempting Tropicals: 175 Irresistible Indoor Plants (Timber Press, 2005), Orchid Growing for Wimps (Sterling Publishing, 2002), as well as numerous articles on orchids, interior landscaping, container gardening, xeriscaping, and annual and perennial plants. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures

"No forager feels like they're a forager until they've collected acorns, processed them and made stuff." [22:00]

"When you're a forager you're always looking for good root crops - always good starch and good nutrition." [40:00]

--Ellen Zachos on We Dig Plants


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This week on We Dig Plants, Carmen DeVito and Alice Marcus Krieg are joined by writer, teacher, traveler and researcher Dr. Allan Armitage. Allan is a renowned horticulturist who teaches online courses and has developed a popular app called Armitages Greatest Perennials and Annuals. Tune in as they reflect on the state of horticulture, gardens around the world and the next generation of gardeners! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"Horticulture has never been sexy. It is in fact lower today than it's been in some time, but having said that I am quite optimistic that we will continue teaching horticultural students for years to come..What has happened in horticulture is that it's been merged with plant science. Botany and all sorts of other things get thrown in the bag so horticulture is diluted" [14:00]

"There are 5 books on gardening for dummies and each one is over 200 pages. What self respecting dummy is gonna read that stuff?! We've gotta make it simple." [18:00]

--Dr. Allan Armitage on We Dig Plants


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Ever want to forage for your own food? Ever wonder which mushrooms you come across in nature are safe to eat? Interested in mycology? Today's episode of We Dig Plants is for you! Tune in as Carmen DeVito and Alice Marcus Krieg are joined by forager Michael Heim. Michael’s interest in plants began while attending the University of Nebraska at Omaha, when he took a Horticulture class to satisfy a “hard science” requirement. Around the same time he learned how to forage for wild mushrooms. The passion was “planted”! Since then he has been fusing his passion for spirits and culinary creations with his passion for botany, mycology, and wild foods. This program was brought to you by Chefs Collaborative.

"It's healthy to have skepticism about what you eat - it's just a matter of how you apply that." [09:00]

"If I wanted to be a gourmet mushroom farmer, I would just buy a forrest and say I'm a farmer." [22:00]

"Mushrooms are the gate keeper between life and death. Without mushrooms, we don't have soil." [37:00]

--Michael Heim on We Dig Plants


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