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Home gardening is enjoying renewed growth. It may have started with fears of food shortages and limited access to grocery stores. But it’s also a satisfying outlet for people stuck at home running out of Netflix options. Whether it’s a monster waffle garden with corn, beans and zucchini, or nursing one small tomato plant through the season, there is a garden for just about everybody. We’ll talk with seasoned gardeners about how to put together a garden to fit your lifestyle.
Cynthia Naha (Hopi) – director of natural resources for Santo Domingo Pueblo
Jake Foreman (Absentee Shawnee) – program manager for New Mexico Community Capital and back yard gardener
James Edwards (Pawnee) – Powwow MC and organic gardening student
Lynette Two Bulls (Oglala Lakota and Cheyenne) – executive director of Yellow Bird Lifeways
Break 1 music: Plant the Seeds (song) Digging Roots (artist) Plant the Seeds (album)
Break 2 music: D.R.E.A.M. (single) Neon Nativez (artist)