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Storytelling is uniquely human. And once engaged, those narratives that we connect with become a part of our personal story; they help us define our values and choose what we will champion.

Cultivating Place: Conversations on Natural History and the Human Impulse to Garden, is a home for garden stories on your radio dial and podcast feed. Program creator, writer, and host, Jennifer Jewell’s curious nature is informed by a deep love for plants and beautiful gardens. Each week, her thoughtful interviews with plantspeople, designers, writers, and educators peel back the many and diverse onion-like layers to reveal the many facets of garden-making. Jennifer describes the program as a means of exploring the connection between garden and gardener, “We delve into the who, what, where, and how of these interconnections, as well as into the why. The intention and universal impulse of the why is so often what drives the power and meaning of a garden and gardener.”

Episodes in the inaugural season of Cultivating Place include interviews with landscape designer Bernard Trainor, garden designer/philosopher Julie Moir Messervy, and lively conversations with plantsman Panayoti Kelaidis ...


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