Sunday, July 14, 2024

Canada’s Local Gardener Podcast Season 2

Season 2 Episode 5 podcast with Stephanie Rose

Episode 5: Talk about the book of Regenerative Garden.

Shauna and Dorothy talk to Stephanie Rose about her new book, The Regenerative Garden.

The book beautifully covers 80 projects in developing your self-sustaining garden ecosystem. Stephanie lives in Vancouver, and Shauna and Dorothy had the pleasure of visiting her last summer to take pictures of her garden for a story in the Fall 2021 issue of Canada’s Local Gardener.


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Season 2 Episode 4 Gardening with Chickens

Episode 4: Talk about chicken

Lisa Steele of the website Fresh Eggs Daily visit with Dorothy and Shaun

a Dobbie to talk about gardening with chickens. Lisa is a 5th-generation chicken farmer now located in Maine and she has recently released a book of egg-forward recipes that anyone who can eat eggs will swoon over.


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Talk about WildflowersEpisode 3: Talk about wildflowers

Hosts Dorothy and Shauna Dobbie talk to Kelly Leask about the wonderful world of wildflowers. Wildflowers nourish bees and other pollinators Kelly Leask of Prairie Originals tells us. They attract butterflies and help the natural ecosystem flourish among the exotics we plant in our gardens.


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CLG Podcast S2Ep2 Invasive Insects on TreesEpisode 2: Invasive Insects on Trees

Dorothy and Shauna talk with arbourist Ryan Statham about invasive insects and trees. Ryan is an arbourist with Davey Canada, a company that specializes in urban forestry. Trees of all kinds hold a special interest for Dorothy, a member of the Tree Canada board.
To read more about Season 2, Episode 2, click here.

veseys seed and what's new for spring 2022Episode 1: Veseys Seeds and Spring 2022

John Barrett started with growing sunflowers on two acres with the vague idea of selling sunflower seeds, but that first year was a disaster with the birds being the biggest beneficiaries of all that hard work. John was never a quitter and he persevered. Several years later, he was growing 60 acres of sunflowers and found himself on the acquisition list of one of PEI’s major businesses: Veseys Seeds.


To read more about Season 2 Episode 1, click here.