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First Aired - 06/28/2010 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Let's Eat In Cathy focused on urban, container and guerilla gardening. Robert Hyland ( and Frieda Lynn, veteran-self proclaimed "urban greenscapers", discussed their work with everything from aesthetic landscaping to edible produce. Their style of spreading all things green combines rooftop and windowsill gardening techinques with an urban "guerilla" landscaping sensibility. A major topic was the utilization of "SIPS" or structural insulated panels, a literal building block and ultra-versatile tool of the urban greenscaper. Tune in to hear these green-thumbed revolutionaries talk about simultaneously making the city beautiful and growing food, all with a DIY mentality. This episode was sponsored Acme Smoked Fish.

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Let's Eat In, Cathy Erway, Heritage Radio Network, Robert Hyland, Frieda Lim, urban gardening, container gardening, green roof, greenscaping, urban greenscaping, the internet helps coin phrases and words, locavore was adopted overnight, raised beds, Uncommon Grounds, SIP, Sub Irrigated Planter, Urban Gardening Project, Brick City Urban Farms, Garden State Urban Farms, community garden model, school gardens, Bob tries to maintain editorial impartiality,, Michelle Kaufmann, Smarthome, Chicago, Earthbox, 50% more productivity than in ground growing, water conservation, time conservation, no weeding, Liberty Hyde Bailey, founder of the American Horticultural Society, obesity, put the power of personal food production in the hands of people who can experience both the ease and the ability to grow the food, fresh food off the vine is candy,

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First Aired - 12/16/2013 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On the final episode of 2013, Carmen Devito recaps We Dig Plants' favorite gardening books of the past year! Tune in to learn what books are great for novice gardeners and plant enthusiasts, and find out what others are best suited for horticultural experts. Interested in landscape design? Carmen has a few books for that? Tune into this program to hear why coffee table books are waning in popularity, and find out how farming has become the sexiest form of plant cultivation. This program has been sponsored by Whole Foods. Music by The Hollows.

"Farming, or least reading about farming, has replaced gardening as the trend du jour." [8:45]

-- Carmen Devito on We Dig Plants

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First Aired - 07/17/2009 04:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week's Farm Report is all about the girls. Heather and Lorenzo talk with Mrs. Good and Mrs. Metzger about the evolving role of the woman on the farm.

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