Join CCE Master Gardeners' conversations about all aspects of gardening, ecology, and nature. This weekly podcast is designed to entertain, inspire, educate and inform listeners who want to begin or enhance their gardening journey and/or explore other aspect of the Hudson Valley's natural resources. Using science-based resources, learn how to best enjoy and steward our natural ecosystem while adapting to the current climate realities.
The Nature Calls Podcast has been nominated to win a Chronogramy! We are thrilled that our Master Gardeners are being recognized for their dedication to bringing the residents of Columbia and Greene Counties engaging and informative content about everything gardening. If you enjoy listening to the podcast, we kindly ask for your support by casting your vote for Nature Calls.
Remember you can vote everyday until May 15th.
Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley explores cooking with asparagus, the passionflower and kiwi vine, and the realities of deer repellents. Listen in!
Joe Behn in back! Just like the new perennial mid- and late- season flowering cultivars he talks about on Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley. Listen in!
Joe Behn, of Behn’s Best Perennials, joins the podcast in a discussion about the newest flowering plants that have captured the attention of gardeners in New York State.
Get cooking ideas for potatoes. Find ideas for plants that thrive in dry shade. Learn about sedges and bearberry. Listen to Nature Calls: Conversations from the HV.
Anxious? Join Luke Vitagliano in a conversation about Nature-Based Mindfulness Interventions that can enhance mental health, on Nature Calls: Conversations from the HV.
Community Horticulture Program Coordinator
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Last updated May 4, 2023