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Program Information
December 2013

 

Air Dates: 19 & 22 | 26 & 29
Monthly Program Listing

 

Episode 2151
Airs 12/19/13 and 12/22/13

Bryan Obara sees how community volunteers are making long-lasting improvements on the historic grounds of The Hermitage. From constructing nature trails to uncovering building foundations to garden maintenance, individuals and organizations work with staff to make a visit to the home of President Andrew Jackson authentic and relevant. Julie Berbiglia visits the Nashville Zoo and learns the secrets of keeping their gorgeous landscape healthy and thriving. Tammy Algood visits with a home vegetable grower to learn how he keeps his garden producing high yields throughout 25 years in the same spot. And Sheri Gramer demonstrates an easy way to give plants a gentle watering.

www.thehermitage.com
4580 Rachel’s Lane
Nashville, TN 37076
615.889.2941
To learn about volunteer opportunities, email volunteer@thehermitage.com
Note: This segment was taped on Impact Day 2013, a celebration of Deloitte’s longstanding commitment to the communities where its 50,000 employees nationwide make nonprofits their top clients for the day by setting aside their work and contributing their time and talents.

www.nashvillezoo.org
3777 Nolensville Pike
Nashville, TN 37211
615.833.1534

 

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Episode 2152
Airs 12/26/13 and 12/29/13

On this episode, we’ll visit a community garden that makes great use of a tract of land just below the downtown interstate loop in Nashville. Farm in the City offers affordable raised bed rental complete with soil and water. Herbs, vegetables, fruit trees and flowers can be found at this ‘farm’ where fresh is celebrated. Annette Shrader follows the evolution of a backyard shade garden and learns how family and neighbors help to keep it flourishing. Marty DeHart has developed a plan to cut back on vegetable garden weeds by spreading newspaper along with a hands-deep layer of wheat straw. Biodynamic farmer Jeff Poppen shares tips he’s learned about onion production on Long Hungry Creek Farm.

Farm in the City is managed by MDHA. For more information, contact nashville-mdha.org.

Contact the John Henry Hale Homes office for plot rental (cash only) at

499 16th Avenue N

Nashville, TN 37203

615.252.3667

Find Farm in the City on facebook.

For more information on theYoung Urbanists, visit www.civicdesigncenter.org/membership/youngurbanists

 
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