From The Ground Up

The Practical Gardener is now the primary program in up North State Public Radio's homegrown suite of gardening and food-themed programs featuring essays, interviews and conversations. From The Ground Up airs Saturdays at 7:34 a.m. and Sunday at 8:34 a.m.

 

On this episode of Edible North State, Earl Bloor talks to chef Jim Vereb about foraging for food at farmer's markets and the farm-to-table movement.

On this episode of The Practical Gardener, Pam Geisel offers some summer pruning tips for apricot, pluot, and cherry trees.  

In this episode of Edible North State, Earl Bloor talks about fracking with Wolfgang Frugel, a UC Davis grad who now works at an organic farm near Cottonwood.

On this episode of The Practical Gardener, Pam Geisel talks about winter and fall vegetables.  

On this episode of The Practical Gardener, Pam Geisel answers a listener question about how to achieve worm-free apples.

In this episode of Edible North State, Earl Bloor shares highlights from his trip to the Edible Communities Institute conference in New York City.

On this episode of The Practical Gardener, part of the From the Ground Up series, Pam Geisel talks about pruning and what makes a good gardener. 

In this episode of Edible North State, Earl Bloor speaks with Lucas RossMerz, the executive director of the Sacramento River Preservation Trust, about the North State's water supply.

In this episode of Edible North State, Earl Bloor shares how he and his wife, Candace Byrne, came to appreciate the abundant fruit and vegetable offerings of the North State and came to be chroniclers of that abundance.

On this episode of The Practical Gardener, Pam Geisel talks about homegrown tomato plants.

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