Best of RadioACTive with Community Co-Host Al The Punk Rock Farmer, featuring Keep It Real Vegetables, Melon Monologues, James Loomis, and some of the bands who played live in 2019
Aldine reflected on the year a year in urban farming that was and looked ahead to 2020.
From the Best of Aldine, Oct. 18, 2019: #UrbanFarmReport, a conversation with Keep It Real Vegetables' Tyler Montague, who could use a hand or 10 in the garden.
From the Best of Aldine, Sep. 13, 2019: Melon Monologues’ RadioACTive talked with Cynthia Stringham with a melon taste test and tips to growing melons.
From the Best of Aldine, Dec. 13, 2019: #UrbanFarmReport: Making Seeds and Stuff, featuring:
James Loomis, a full-time urban farmer, educator and permaculture hooligan. Loomis is Farm Director at Wasatch Community Garden's The Green Team Farm and Garden Like a Boss columnist for Catalyst Magazine.
Located next to its existing Grateful Tomato Garden, 629 E. 800 S., SLC, the future Wasatch Community Gardens’ Campus will provide a welcoming and inspiring place where community members can learn, share, and connect with each other through a shared love of gardening and healthy food. Patagonia is matching gifts to Wasatch Community Gardens right now! Click here to Donate through Patagonia Action Works.
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Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: