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First Aired - 04/22/2014 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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It doesn't take a rocket scientist to make things grow in the soil. Tune in to this week's episode of Sharp & Hot to find out how our future gardeners are being educated - and why you too can become a gardener sooner than you think! Host Emily Peterson is joined in-studio by Ethne Clarke, Editor in Chief of Organic Gardening Magazine, and Maggie Cheney, Director of Farms and Education at EcoStation:NY and Bushwick Campus Farms. Today's show was sponsored by Bonnie Plants.

"Gardening is not rocket science. Working in the soil and making something grow doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out." [14:00]

--Ethne Clarke on Sharp & Hot


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First Aired - 04/08/2014 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Sharp & Hot, Emily focuses on educating children about cooking as well as planting campaigns. Meredith Hill is the developer and author of Dig Plant Grow, a free online resource that helps plant the seeds for garden-based education. Diana Rice, registered dietitian and PR associate at Kids Cook Monday, explains how her program provides everything needed to get kids cooking at home. Tune in to hear how these great programs are helping kids learn to cook! This program has been sponsored by Bonnie Plants. Today's music provided by Obey City.

"If you're going to pull something out of the freezer, it might as well be frozen fresh vegetables!" [17:25]

--Diana Rice on Sharp & Hot

"It's important to remember that gardening can happen anywhere." [19:35]

--Meredith Hill on Sharp & Hot


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First Aired - 01/27/2014 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on We Dig Plants, Alice Marcus Krieg and Carmen Devito talk about the gardening influences of Beatrix Potter with Marta McDowell, author of Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life. You might remember Beatrix Potter from her famous The Tale of Peter the Rabbit, but Beatrix was also a natural scientist and conservationist! Learn about Beatrix's childhood, and how her summers in Scotland fostered her love for the natural world. How did Beatrix get involved with botany, and what was her involvement with noteworthy gardens like Kew Gardens? How did Beatrix's fist books get published, and how did she develop her unique painting style? Find out Beatrix was able to brand herself and produce her own spin-off merchandise for Peter Rabbit long before branding became an institution. Thanks to our sponsor, Heritage Foods USA. Music by Pamela Royal.

"Beatrix Potter was very early in making spin-off merchandise. She made, by herself, the first stuffed model of Peter the Rabbit and arranged to have them manufactured... She wanted to make money." [36:15]

-- Marta McDowell on We Dig Plants


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