Feed on
Posts

Archive for September 2014

Food Builds Communities

You may have noticed that we serve a big helping of food related topics on this show. I do love a good meal especially if it’s made with homegrown or locally sourced ingredients. In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we’re focusing on the farm to restaurant relationship. Listen to my conversation with restaurant owner Jack Sundell (The Root Cafe) and local farmer Tara Stainton (Rattle's Garden) as we discuss how food builds communities.

New Voices
Our Little Acre blogger Kylee Baumle interviews Kathy Purdy, author of Cold Climate Gardening

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

New Voices: Susan Fox

In this "New Voices" segment U of A Cooperative Extention horticulture specialist Janet Carson interviews garden author Susan Fox.

When you get the chance, check out Susan’s latest book, Four Seasons of Roses, you’re sure to be inspired.

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

New Voices: Steve Asbell

This podcast features Chris Van Cleave (@redneckrosarian) a-k-a “The Redneck Rosarian” interviewing the author of the Rain Forest Garden, Steve Asbell (@rainforestgarden).

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

LaManda Joy, author of The Yarden and founder of the Peterson Garden Project, interviews Stephanie Buckley (The Park Wife) about how she champions farmerss markets in Arkansas and supports women bloggers via Arkansas Women’s Bloggers. She lives in a state park and considers her blog a “love letter to her children” that chronicles their life together.

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

New Voices: Kylee Baumle

Cold Climate Gardening blogger Kathy Purdy interviews Our LIttle Acre's Kylee Baumle about her first passion, houseplants.

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

New Voices: Kenny Point

Rosarian and writer Teresa Byington (TheGardenDiary.com) puts on her radio host hat as she interviews organic gardener Kenny Point (VeggieGardeningTips.com).

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

New Voices: Janet Carson

Author, garden blogger and rosarian Susan Fox interviews Janet Carson, a horticultural specialist at the U of A Cooperative Extension in LIttle Rock, AR .

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »