Garden Futurist

Garden Futurist is a show about innovative thinkers, contributing to a climate resilient future through the power of gardens.

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February 20, 2024 00:37:11
Episode XXXV: We Can Protect Plants from Invasive Pests with Tyler Hale

Episode XXXV: We Can Protect Plants from Invasive Pests with Tyler Hale

Read the article here.We know that the tree canopy plays a huge part in climate resilience. Urban centers are often the sites of first...

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January 22, 2024 00:35:08
Episode XXXIV: Protecting Invertebrates from Pesticides with Aaron Anderson

Episode XXXIV: Protecting Invertebrates from Pesticides with Aaron Anderson

Read the companion article here. Invertebrates do so many important things. But beyond the benefits they provide to ecosystems, they’re fascinating creatures. When you...

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December 19, 2023 00:40:19
Episode XXXIII: Hit the Lights! The impacts of Artificial Light on Ecosystems with Shannon Murphy

Episode XXXIII: Hit the Lights! The impacts of Artificial Light on Ecosystems with Shannon Murphy

Winter 2023 Read the companion article here. This is a really special time of year and at Pacific Horticulture we are attempting to connect...

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November 21, 2023 00:43:51
Episode XXXII: Great Expectations for Seed Keeping with Jennifer Jewell

Episode XXXII: Great Expectations for Seed Keeping with Jennifer Jewell

Fall 2023 Read the companion article here. From a gardener's hyperlocal natural history to raw, existential questions, in her new book What We Sow,...

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October 24, 2023 00:46:04
Episode XXXI: Stalking the Crop Wild Relatives with Colin Khoury and Michael Kantar

Episode XXXI: Stalking the Crop Wild Relatives with Colin Khoury and Michael Kantar

Read the companion article here. There is a very cool set of native plants that are related to the plants we eat. You can...

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September 19, 2023 00:44:03
Episode XXX: What if Farmland Looked Like Ecological Gardening with Tim Crews

Episode XXX: What if Farmland Looked Like Ecological Gardening with Tim Crews

Read the companion article here. If you knew it would reduce erosion risks, sequester more carbon, require less fuel, fertilizer, and pesticides to grow ...

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