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Gateway to the West

Rebroadcast from June 02, 2012

This week I visit St. Louis to learn about all the good things going on in Missouri's second largest city.

This broadcast is focused on St. Louis activities. Hear from a park interpreter at the Gateway Arch and visit Union Station. Then come with me to Busch Stadium to get lawn care tips from the head grounds keeper and a food critic shares a recipe for a St. Louis treat - Gooey Butter Cake.This broadcast is focused on St. Louis activities. Hear from a park interpreter at the Gateway Arch and visit Union Station. Then come with me to Busch Stadium to get lawn care tips from the head grounds keeper and a food critic shares a recipe for a St. Louis treat - Gooey Butter Cake.

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Madness of March

The madness of March is upon us! In this episode Allen talks with Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola about an event the capital city is calling “March Tulip Madness.” Allen is also preparing for spring inside and outside of the home. He visits with horticultural specialist, Janet Carson to talk about a few tips for the growing season and Allen discusses ideas for refreshing a room for Spring with award winning designer Tobi Fairley. Allen also offers up a creative Spring time salad recipe.

Guests:
  • Little Rock Mayor, Mark Stodola
  • Horticulture Specialist, Janet Carson
  • Interior Desginer, Tobi Fairley

Got a question? Email me at pasradio@pallensmith.com, or call 501-747-9345.

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Be a Master

Curious about becoming a Master Gardener? Get the low down on how to get involved in this broadcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show.

Extension Horticulture Specialist Janet Carson and I talk about the Master Gardener program – how to get involved and the projects they work on. In addition to the Master Gardeners I'll update you on the farm – we have some new babies, share a recipe for raspberry iced tea and answer a question about peach seedlings.

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Subdue your spring fever with a trip to the Arkansas Flower and Garden Show.

Join me at the 2013 Arkansas Flower & Garden Show to learn what’s new for the upcoming growing season. Listen in as I talk with the University of Arkansas’ Agriculture Division, the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board, and a local landscaping business about all of the new trends. Plus, hear from other gardeners at the show about what they are looking to plant in their gardens.

Guests:
  • Dr. Keith Bramwell, University of Arkansas Poultry Science Claigh Roseberry, Owner of Roseberry Landscape Services West Higginbothom, Vice Chairman of the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board
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