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  • Today at 2pm we welcome back our team of gardening experts to take your question. 800-348-2551 is the number. Ray Graf hosts.
  • In "Becoming a Gardener," Catie Marron chronicles her transformation into a gardener over the course of eighteen months, seeding the details of her experience with rich advice from writers as diverse as Eleanor Perényi and Karel Capek, Penelope Lively, and Jamaica Kincaid.
  • Gardening season is in full swing. Today at 2pm we welcome back our team of gardening experts to take your question. 800-348-2551 is the number. Ray Graf hosts.
  • Our panel of gardening experts is back to answer your questions. Call at 2pm. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.
  • The weather is warmer, the ground is softer.... so let's dig! Our panel of gardening experts is back to answer your gardening questions. Call at 2pm. 800-348-2551. Or you may email the program at "VoxPop@wamc.org." Ray Graf hosts.
  • Here we go! Gardening season is in full flower. We welcome back our crew of experts to answer your questions. Bob Graves, Fred Breglia and Greg Ward are ready to take your calls. Call at 2pm with your question. 800-348-2551.
  • The gardeners are back. Call in with your gardening question at 2pm. 800-348-2551.
  • The days are longer, the weather is warmer, so let's garden! Our panel of gardening experts is back to answer our listeners' questions. Call at 2pm with yours. 800-348-2551. Or you may email the program at "VoxPop@wamc.org." Ray Graf hosts.
  • The gardeners are back to take over the Vox Pop program for another hour. Get ready with your gardening questions and give us a call at 2pm. 800-348-2551.
  • Writer of the James Beard award-winning Washington Post column "Unearthed," prolific food journalist, and self-proclaimed “crappy gardener” Tamar Haspel is on a mission: to show us that raising or gathering our own food is not as hard as it’s often made out to be. When she and her husband move from Manhattan to two acres on Cape Cod with no skills to speak of, they decide to adopt a more active approach to their diet: raising chickens, growing tomatoes, even foraging for mushrooms and hunting their own meat. The new book is: "To Boldly Grow: Finding Joy, Adventure and Dinner in Your Own Backyard." It is a fresh take on eating real food, and an tale of finding success, happiness and purpose when you just go out and do it, no expertise required. Tamar Haspel writes the James Beard Award-winning Washington Post column Unearthed, which tackles food from every angle: agriculture, nutrition, obesity, the food environment, and DIY.