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Compost!

This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are getting down and dirty in the smell, but essential world of composting. We hear from Jayne Merner Senecal of Earthcare Farm who is an exp...

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Seeds!

This week on Time For Lunch, we are going back to our roots to learn about the source of all plant life: seeds! Special guest Shannie McCabe of Baker Creek Seeds teaches us about the impo...

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Garden NOW!

Shannie McCabe is an educator writer and farmer with Baker Creek Heirloom seeds.

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The World is One Big Organism

If great cheese comes from great milk, and great milk starts with grasses grown in pastures filled with biodiversity, where do those building blocks to great grass come from?

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Coming Soon: The Unfinished Story of Urban Agriculture

Fields brings you the stories of people who are working in urban agriculture—for money, for fun, to feed the hungry, and for entirely other reasons. In each episode, hosts Melissa Metrick...

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Grow your own, and help your neighbors

Lucy Lesser lives in Brooklyn NY and has been gardening, first on a balcony and later in a back yard, for the last 8 years. She has expanded her garden and now grows a large variety of fo...

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Beyond Food Production: Farming as a Radical, Healing Act

For many people, the word “farming” connotes food production. A means to an end; plant the seed so we can later eat the harvest. While food yield is, no doubt, an important part of agricu...

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A Neighborhood Farm’s Next Chapter

Emma Jagoz started Moon Valley Farm in the suburbs outside of Baltimore, MD because she wanted a cheaper source of fresh, organic vegetables for her family.

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Kicks off Spring Gardening Season

By Nina Medvinskaya Visitors at 2019 Making Brooklyn Bloom at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Photo by Alvina Lai. Courtesy of Brooklyn Botanic Garden.