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Propagating Native Plants with Lisa Turoczi
Few nurseries take the time and trouble to grow native trees and shrubs from wild, locally collected seed. But, it’s the best way to produce genetically diverse, locally adapted plants. Join Kim Eierman in this EcoBeneficial interview as talks with Lisa Turoczi of Earth Tones Native Nursery, about propagating native shrubs from seed.
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Interview with Russ Cohen on Edible Native Plants
If it’s a native plant and you can eat it, naturalist Russ Cohen probably has over the past 40 years! Join Kim Eierman for this EcoBeneficial interview with wild foods enthusiast, Russ Cohen, who is now not only eating, but growing, edible native plants.Read More
Interview with Phyllis Stiles, Founder of Bee City USA
Phyllis Stiles formed Bee City USA in 2012 as a way to help our challenged pollinators in North America. Learn about this successful effort, now a program of The Xerces Society, in this EcoBeneficial interview with Kim Eierman.Read More
“The Pollinators” Documentary: Interview with Filmmaker and Director, Peter Nelson
Get the behind-the-scenes story of the new documentary, The Pollinators, in this EcoBeneficial interview. Kim Eierman talks with Peter Nelson, director and filmmaker of this award-winning documentary that takes a hard look at managed honey bees, problematic agricultural practices and the threat to our food security.Read More