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When you grow what you love wonderful things happen. Feed and cultivate what you love - health, family, environment, your garden - and watch it grow! Author and host, Emily Murphy, shares unexpected stories of people and plants in a set of seasonal shows. Hear how people are changing their lives and the lives of others thanks to the time and attention given to the things they love -- plants and so much more!

When you grow what you love wonderful things happen. Feed and cultivate what you love - health, family, environment, your garden - and watch it grow! Author and host, Emily Murphy, shares unexpected stories of people and plants in a set of seasonal shows. Hear how people are changing their lives and the lives of others thanks to the time and attention given to the things they love -- plants and so much more!
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When you grow what you love wonderful things happen. Feed and cultivate what you love - health, family, environment, your garden - and watch it grow! Author and host, Emily Murphy, shares unexpected stories of people and plants in a set of seasonal shows. Hear how people are changing their lives and the lives of others thanks to the time and attention given to the things they love -- plants and so much more!

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English

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Episodes

Do What You Love: Nicole Landers, Community Healing Gardens

9/30/2019
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In this episode, we visit Community Healing Gardens co-founder Nicole Landers in Venice Beach, California. Nicole has discovered that, when you do what you love, wonderful things happen. "...when you do what you love, life throws you some really great things to move it forward." - Nicole Landers Nicole is the co-founder of Community Healing Gardens, a non-profit that serves communities from Venice to Watts. Her goal is to strengthen the community through urban gardening, and what we hear...

Duration:00:36:43

In the Kitchen with Lilly Padilla, Chinese Nutritional Therapist & Cook

9/23/2019
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Lilly Padilla is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Chef specializing in Chinese Nutritional Therapy and Ayurveda. She’s also the author of the book, Anti-Cancer, Habits & Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition. She began studying nutrition and the benefits of a plant-based diet after treatment for ovarian cancer and surgery that went horribly wrong, decreasing her chances of survival. In her own words, it was her discovery of nutritional therapy and a renewed connection to nature that...

Duration:01:09:21

Making Plant Dyes with Kristin Morrison of All Species

9/16/2019
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In this episode, we journey to Southern California to the home and garden of Kristin Morrison, maker of wildcrafted textiles and founder of All Species, a fashion-forward, ecological clothing company. We find Kristin in her outdoor dye lab where we make a vibrant dye using Mexican marigold. We also get a sneak peek at a dye she's making out of avocado pits -- who would have guessed that avocado pits can be used to make a plant dye?! Kristin creates fabulous, wildcrafted textiles utilizing...

Duration:00:43:00

Making Plant Dyes with Kristin Morrison of All Species

9/6/2019
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In this episode, we journey to Southern California to the home and garden of Kristin Morrison of All Species, a fashion-forward, ecological clothing company. We find her in her outdoor dye lab where we make a vibrant dye using Mexican marigold. We also get a sneak peek at a dye she's making out of avocado pits -- who would have guessed that avocado pits can be used to make a plant dye?! Kristin creates fabulous, wildcrafted textiles utilizing plant-based dyes from plants that she grows or...

Duration:00:43:22

Cooking with Epic Gardening's Kevin Espiritu: We Make One of His Go-To Apocalypse Challenge Recipes - Part Two

8/23/2019
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In part two of my conversation Kevin Espiritu, the mastermind behind Epic Gardening, we make one of his go-to Apolcolype Challenge recipes. A simple yet tasty meal of smashed potatoes with fresh rosemary along with his favorite eggs and homemade pickled vegetables -- all of which he's either grown in his garden or bartered for under the Apocolypse Challenge rules. Hear how this recipe comes together while we chat about some of the many people and inspirations fueling his work.

Duration:00:32:50

Epic Gardening Founder Kevin Espiritu Gives Us the Inside Scoop On His June Apocalypse Challenge Plus An At Home Garden Tour - Part One

8/23/2019
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In part one of this conversation, I talk with Kevin Espiritu, the mastermind and talent behind Epic Gardening and the author of Field Guide to Urban Gardening. We recorded our conversation in June when Kevin was in the middle of his first annual Apocalypse Challenge in which he’s only eating food he’s grown or foraged, or food he’s bartered for using his homegrown stores. (Think potatoes!) We also hear how he stumbled into gardening after wrapping up a degree in accounting and how Epic...

Duration:00:34:01

At Home with Justine Kahn, Botnia Founder & Slow Beauty Guru

8/23/2019
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Justine Kahn is a champion of the slow beauty movement and the founder of Botnia, a plant-based skincare line. I met with her at her home and mini-farm in the heart of Sausalito, California where we took a tour of her garden, made a simple calendula healing oil, and chatted about her unexpected journey into plant-based skin care. You won't want to miss a minute of her story or the how-to for making your own garden-to-table calendula oil.

Duration:00:39:44

A Visit to the Home and Studio Of William Ryan Fritch, Original Film Score Composer, Gardener, and Cook - Part Two

8/23/2019
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We visit William Ryan Fritch, Original Film Score Composer, and Cook, at his home and studio in Petaluma, California. This was an incredible experience that only gets better as the hour ticks by. Which is why this episode is split into two parts, it was the only way to fit all the good stuff in. You won't want to miss a minute! Part one begins in William's kitchen where he's making a breakfast of curried potatoes and eggs for his family. Here you'll begin to get a sense for the amazing...

Duration:00:36:40

A Visit to the Home and Studio Of William Ryan Fritch, Original Film Score Composer, Gardener, and Cook - Part One

8/23/2019
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We visit William Ryan Fritch, Original Film Score Composer, and Cook, at his home and studio in Petaluma, California. This was an incredible experience that only gets better as the hour ticks by. Which is why this episode is split into two parts, it was the only way to fit all the good stuff in. You won't want to miss a minute! Part one begins in William's kitchen where he's making a breakfast of curried potatoes and eggs for his family. Here you'll begin to get a sense for the amazing...

Duration:00:39:30

Introducing... Emily Murphy with Grow What You Love!

8/23/2019
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Here's a look behind the scenes. Author and organic gardener, Emily Murphy, shares the genesis of Grow What You Love in this first-ever episode. We hear stories and inspirations not found in her book, Grow What You Love, or on her blog, Pass The Pistil. In each of the following episodes, Emily takes us with her as she journey's to the homes, gardens, and studios of chef's, musicians, slow beauty experts, activists, and professional athletes. She interviews politicians, entrepreneurs,...

Duration:00:08:19