This episode we discuss my talks about Aboriginal affairs I will have with 180 McGill University law students.
Preparing all organic wild game bird and spaghetti squash.
Andy is out of the closet with his professional career
With episode 32, we had fun and shared gardening tips for our Australian listeners.
Since we have picked up many new Australian listeners. So we share more gardening tips with the Aussies as they head into spring.
Tons of banter in this episode. Please do have a listen.
Now is the time to prepare for your spring time garden flower show. From tulips to hyacinths. Listen along as we discuss all the tips one needs to plan and plant your spring flowering bulbs this fall.
The perils of the ash tree by the emerald ash borer. It will be an uphill battle to save the ash tree.
Harvesting seeds from your vegetable and ornamental garden is easier than you think. Listen along as we discuss all the methods for harvesting, drying and fermenting and storing seeds.
Hurricane Irma, all the best to those affected for a quick recovery.
Thanks to all our Australian listeners. As we wind down our gardens in Canada, Australia is gearing up for a new planting season. This segment dedicated to Australian Gardens 2017-18.
Hurricane Harvey. The worst of the worst.
My 15 years on CJAD radio. The good, the bad and the ugly.
Garden fresh Heirlooms tomatoes are now ripe for the picking.
Listen along as we discuss tomato recipes. Bruschetta to tomato pie.
A micro burst erupts in Andy’s back yard. Major tree damage in one of NDG’s finest parks.
The infamous Silver Maple rears its ugly head.
When will my tomatoes begin to ripen? The best method to ripen tomatoes is patience.
The dying art of the home baked pie. Listen as we discuss homemade pie dough. Your home baked pie is as only as good as its flaky pie crust.
ECHOES OF A PROUD NATION
RENEWING OUR SPIRITS THROUGH THE POWER OF THE DRUM
The 27th annual kahnawake Mohawk Territory Pow wow.
July 8-9, 2017
Listen as we outline this years pow wow and its history of its beginings.
June can only mean strawberries are ripe for the picking.
The first fruit of the season. After a long winter of living off our stores and dried foods, the first strawberry was a delight like non other. Healthy nutritious and medicinal. The ancient Iroquois would forage the fields for the spring fruit.
Sacred in the Iroquois culture. Strawberry ceremonies and festivals would give thanks to the creator for such a great gift.
Listen along as we discuss the great...
GREEN BARGAIN HUNTING
At this time of year most garden centers discount their green stock by 20-50%. Now is a great time to beautify your surroundings on the cheap. Listen as we discuss transplanting tree’s,shrubs and perennials.
Rhubarb plentiful at this time of year. A old fashion perennial vegetable to make you pucker. We love Rhubarbs.
THE GREATEST COMPANIONS NEED NOT HAVE FOUR FEET
Companion planting for your garden. Many plants function well together all shining in the sun while benefiting each other. We begin discussions all about companion planting. In future episodes we will further define companion planting and what does well together and those that don’t.
Our zone 5 area is experiencing the worst start to a spring time in memory. Certainly not gardening friendly.
Please join us and have a listen to episode...
“A haunting to live for. Lovely Lilacs oozing its beauty in more way’s than one.”
Everyone needs a Lilac. Listen as we discuss lilacs, planting tips and more.
Here in our zone 5 area transplanting plants into the garden rush continues. Transplanting tips to get the best from your plants.