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- The right tools can make all the difference in our lives and in our work. This is as true in gardening as in all other aspects of life. This week on Cultivating Place we’re joined by Dorian Winslow, president of Womanswork, a company which almost 33 years ago now introduced the first work and garden gloves designed specifically for women. Join us. #cultivatingplace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio. The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week's full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆to listen. 📷#myfavoritetools @womansworkco
- The right tools can make all the difference in our lives and in our work. This is as true in gardening as in all other aspects of life. This week on Cultivating Place we’re joined by Dorian Winslow, president of Womanswork, a company which almost 33 years ago now introduced the first work and garden gloves designed specifically for women. Join us. #cultivatingplace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio . The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week& #39;s full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆to listen. #myfavoritetools @womansworkco
- The right tools can make all the difference in our lives and in our work. This is as true in gardening as in all other aspects of life. This week on Cultivating Place we’re joined by Dorian Winslow, president of Womanswork, a company which almost 33 years ago now introduced the first work and garden gloves designed specifically for women. Join us. #cultivatingplace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio. The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week's full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆to listen. 📷#myfavoritetools @womansworkco
- Native manzanita showing its colors - formed by time and experience. From my interview last week with @_native_hummingbird - which was for me a powerful, formative experience: “When I talk about community, it’s not just people or races of people but an environment of plants and animals, air, water, land - past present and future generations - that’s community. Indigenous people are the least consulted group - we are a true minority in our own land - just a couple of million people in over 400,000,000 people. So you think about the human history of our genocide and marginalization and then you think about the environment and you think how do these things correlate? We are the human translation of the environment. We have rivers, lakes, streams, plants, animals and mountains and all of those things have a story. They teach you about place they teach you about history, and morals and values and adherence and respect and love and admiration for them.” If you haven’t had a chance to listen, I think you’ll be moved as well. Expanded, even. Thank you, Nick for your honesty and advocacy in our planted and peopled world. Link to listen in bio till Thursday. 👆🙏#cultivatingplace #weareplacemakers #growwhatyoulove #bethechangeyouwanttoseeintheworld #mygardenmakesmeabetterperson
- Native manzanita showing its colors - formed by time and experience. From my interview last week with @_native_hummingbird - which was for me a powerful, formative experience: “When I talk about community, it’s not just people or races of people but an environment of plants and animals, air, water, land - past present and future generations - that’s community. Indigenous people are the least consulted group - we are a true minority in our own land - just a couple of million people in over 400,000,000 people. So you think about the human history of our genocide and marginalization and then you think about the environment and you think how do these things correlate? We are the human translation of the environment. We have rivers, lakes, streams, plants, animals and mountains and all of those things have a story. They teach you about place they teach you about history, and morals and values and adherence and respect and love and admiration for them.” If you haven’t had a chance to listen, I think you’ll be moved as well. Expanded, even. Thank you, Nick for your honesty and advocacy in our planted and peopled world. Link to listen in bio till Thursday. 👆 #cultivatingplace #weareplacemakers #growwhatyoulove #bethechangeyouwanttoseeintheworld #mygardenmakesmeabetterperson
- Native manzanita showing its colors - formed by time and experience. From my interview last week with @_native_hummingbird - which was for me a powerful, formative experience: “When I talk about community, it’s not just people or races of people but an environment of plants and animals, air, water, land - past present and future generations - that’s community. Indigenous people are the least consulted group - we are a true minority in our own land - just a couple of million people in over 400,000,000 people. So you think about the human history of our genocide and marginalization and then you think about the environment and you think how do these things correlate? We are the human translation of the environment. We have rivers, lakes, streams, plants, animals and mountains and all of those things have a story. They teach you about place they teach you about history, and morals and values and adherence and respect and love and admiration for them.” If you haven’t had a chance to listen, I think you’ll be moved as well. Expanded, even. Thank you, Nick for your honesty and advocacy in our planted and peopled world. Link to listen in bio till Thursday. 👆🙏#cultivatingplace #weareplacemakers #growwhatyoulove #bethechangeyouwanttoseeintheworld #mygardenmakesmeabetterperson
- Among the garden ways that intrigue me – from my earliest memories to now, are those gardening ways we know about from the first peoples of the world. On Cultivating Place this week we’re joined by Nick Hernandez, also known as Native or Nick Hummingbird, an indigenous plantsman, educator and advocate from Southern California. His is a strong voice for the seasonal cycles of plants, peoples, and landscapes - for their food, utility, meaning and spirit. It is an expansive conversation on what it means to garden and cultivate. Join us! #CultivatingPlace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio. The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week's full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆. 📷 courtesy of Nick Hummingbird. #thepowerofplants #gardenways @_native_hummingbird
- Among the garden ways that intrigue me – from my earliest memories to now, are those gardening ways we know about from the first peoples of the world. On Cultivating Place this week we’re joined by Nick Hernandez, also known as Native or Nick Hummingbird, an indigenous plantsman, educator and advocate from Southern California. His is a strong voice for the seasonal cycles of plants, peoples, and landscapes - for their food, utility, meaning and spirit. It is an expansive conversation on what it means to garden and cultivate. Join us! #CultivatingPlace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio . The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week& #39;s full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆. 📷 courtesy of Nick Hummingbird. #thepowerofplants #gardenways @_native_hummingbird
- Among the garden ways that intrigue me – from my earliest memories to now, are those gardening ways we know about from the first peoples of the world. On Cultivating Place this week we’re joined by Nick Hernandez, also known as Native or Nick Hummingbird, an indigenous plantsman, educator and advocate from Southern California. His is a strong voice for the seasonal cycles of plants, peoples, and landscapes - for their food, utility, meaning and spirit. It is an expansive conversation on what it means to garden and cultivate. Join us! #CultivatingPlace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio. The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week's full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆. 📷 courtesy of Nick Hummingbird. #thepowerofplants #gardenways @_native_hummingbird
- Trinidad Head lighthouse trail was dense with plant life...garrya, salal, tree sized ceanthus, Pine, alder, Pacific wax myrtle, twin berry, huckleberry, stachys and ferns. Thirteen different species of ferns. I kept thinking: a wreath of foraged foliage from here would be so beautifully textured... the rich ripe spores of the ferns, the pendants of garrya buds forming... hmm. Vacation kind of thoughts today while a storm moves in ...#cultivatingplace #diversity #nativeplantsofcalifornia
- Trinidad Head lighthouse trail was dense with plant life...garrya, salal, tree sized ceanthus, Pine, alder, Pacific wax myrtle, twin berry, huckleberry, stachys and ferns. Thirteen different species of ferns. I kept thinking: a wreath of foraged foliage from here would be so beautifully textured... the rich ripe spores of the ferns, the pendants of garrya buds forming... hmm. Vacation kind of thoughts today while a storm moves in .. #cultivatingplace #diversity #nativeplantsofcalifornia
- Trinidad Head lighthouse trail was dense with plant life...garrya, salal, tree sized ceanthus, Pine, alder, Pacific wax myrtle, twin berry, huckleberry, stachys and ferns. Thirteen different species of ferns. I kept thinking: a wreath of foraged foliage from here would be so beautifully textured... the rich ripe spores of the ferns, the pendants of garrya buds forming... hmm. Vacation kind of thoughts today while a storm moves in ...#cultivatingplace #diversity #nativeplantsofcalifornia
- Thank you all for taking part in the Cultivating Place celebration giveaway….I think you are going to love your treats - Please let me know! And the winner’s are!!! (Drum Roll, please): @elhammes and @mubbavasi have won the 1 year subscription to @gardendesignmag .... @sheshemcq and @mcreationsfloraldesign have won the 1 year subscription to the @cal_native_plant_society. ... @sabjewell and @blackfordbloor have won the 1 year subscription to #pacifichorticulturemagazine ... If you could all please DM your physical mailing addresses, I will get your treats on their way. It’s sort of like the winter holidays came early. xxooxox #cultivatingplace #giveaway #gardeningforthecommongood 📷seasonal fuyu persimmon ✨🍂
- Thank you all for taking part in the Cultivating Place celebration giveaway….I think you are going to love your treats - Please let me know! And the winner’s are!!! (Drum Roll, please): @elhammes and @mubbavasi have won the 1 year subscription to @gardendesignmag .... @sheshemcq and @mcreationsfloraldesign have won the 1 year subscription to the @cal_native_plant_society. ... @sabjewell and @blackfordbloor have won the 1 year subscription to #pacifichorticulturemagazine ... If you could all please DM your physical mailing addresses, I will get your treats on their way. It’s sort of like the winter holidays came early. xxooxox #cultivatingplace #giveaway #gardeningforthecommongood 📷seasonal fuyu persimmon ✨🍂
- Thank you all for taking part in the Cultivating Place celebration giveaway….I think you are going to love your treats - Please let me know! And the winner’s are!!! (Drum Roll, please): @elhammes and @mubbavasi have won the 1 year subscription to @gardendesignmag .... @sheshemcq and @mcreationsfloraldesign have won the 1 year subscription to the @cal_native_plant_society. ... @sabjewell and @blackfordbloor have won the 1 year subscription to #pacifichorticulturemagazine ... If you could all please DM your physical mailing addresses, I will get your treats on their way. It’s sort of like the winter holidays came early. xxooxox #cultivatingplace #giveaway #gardeningforthecommongood 📷seasonal fuyu persimmon ✨🍂
- Today I turn 52. Fifty two whole turns around. Perhaps this - the wonder of it? - is what led me to think about the changing nature of beauty in my Cultivating Place newsletter this month. Have you found this to be true - that what you define as beautiful has shifted for the better, deeper, richer over time? It has for me. I like myself better - maybe because of this shift or, maybe just cause. Happy Saturday to you. I woke to a screech owl, to coffee and fresh zucchini bread from John, it’s a perfect rainy day, and I’m headed on a hike with my youngest. Beauty! 📷of saucer galls on a blue oak leaf in the healthy oak leaf duff of a landscape I love. Link to newsletter 👆🎂🍾🥂#cultivatingplace #aging #beauty
- Today I turn 52. Fifty two whole turns around. Perhaps this - the wonder of it? - is what led me to think about the changing nature of beauty in my Cultivating Place newsletter this month. Have you found this to be true - that what you define as beautiful has shifted for the better, deeper, richer over time? It has for me. I like myself better - maybe because of this shift or, maybe just cause. Happy Saturday to you. I woke to a screech owl, to coffee and fresh zucchini bread from John, it’s a perfect rainy day, and I’m headed on a hike with my youngest. Beauty! 📷of saucer galls on a blue oak leaf in the healthy oak leaf duff of a landscape I love. Link to newsletter 👆🎂🍾 #cultivatingplace #aging #beauty
- Today I turn 52. Fifty two whole turns around. Perhaps this - the wonder of it? - is what led me to think about the changing nature of beauty in my Cultivating Place newsletter this month. Have you found this to be true - that what you define as beautiful has shifted for the better, deeper, richer over time? It has for me. I like myself better - maybe because of this shift or, maybe just cause. Happy Saturday to you. I woke to a screech owl, to coffee and fresh zucchini bread from John, it’s a perfect rainy day, and I’m headed on a hike with my youngest. Beauty! 📷of saucer galls on a blue oak leaf in the healthy oak leaf duff of a landscape I love. Link to newsletter 👆🎂🍾🥂#cultivatingplace #aging #beauty
- Cultivating Place this week with Finian Makepeace, co-founder of Kiss the Ground. The 13th century Persian poet, Rumi, famously wrote: “Let the Beauty you Love be What you do, there are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” Ryland Engelhart and Finian Makepeace took these words to heart and in 2013 founded Kiss the Ground. Named in honor of the famed poem by Rumi, Kiss the Ground works to restore soils worldwide by promoting and developing models that accelerate the adoption of regenerative agriculture - large scale and home scale. “Healthy soil has the miraculous ability to sequester carbon from the atmosphere, and it’s not just carbon storage; the ways that soil stands to positively impact lives of billions worldwide are tangible and immediate: Clean water. Healthy food. Drought resistance. Restored habitats.” Join us to hear more! @kissthegroundca . #CultivatingPlace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio. The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week's full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆. 📷 courtesy of Kiss the Ground. #thepowerofplants #gardenways #thinkregeneratively
- Cultivating Place this week with Finian Makepeace, co-founder of Kiss the Ground. The 13th century Persian poet, Rumi, famously wrote: “Let the Beauty you Love be What you do, there are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” Ryland Engelhart and Finian Makepeace took these words to heart and in 2013 founded Kiss the Ground. Named in honor of the famed poem by Rumi, Kiss the Ground works to restore soils worldwide by promoting and developing models that accelerate the adoption of regenerative agriculture - large scale and home scale. “Healthy soil has the miraculous ability to sequester carbon from the atmosphere, and it’s not just carbon storage; the ways that soil stands to positively impact lives of billions worldwide are tangible and immediate: Clean water. Healthy food. Drought resistance. Restored habitats.” Join us to hear more! @kissthegroundca . #CultivatingPlace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio . The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week& #39;s full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆. 📷 courtesy of Kiss the Ground. #thepowerofplants #gardenways #thinkregeneratively
- Cultivating Place this week with Finian Makepeace, co-founder of Kiss the Ground. The 13th century Persian poet, Rumi, famously wrote: “Let the Beauty you Love be What you do, there are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” Ryland Engelhart and Finian Makepeace took these words to heart and in 2013 founded Kiss the Ground. Named in honor of the famed poem by Rumi, Kiss the Ground works to restore soils worldwide by promoting and developing models that accelerate the adoption of regenerative agriculture - large scale and home scale. “Healthy soil has the miraculous ability to sequester carbon from the atmosphere, and it’s not just carbon storage; the ways that soil stands to positively impact lives of billions worldwide are tangible and immediate: Clean water. Healthy food. Drought resistance. Restored habitats.” Join us to hear more! @kissthegroundca . #CultivatingPlace is an award winning program & #podcast of #NorthStatePublicRadio. The program airs weekly on Thursdays at 10 am and 6:30 pm PST. For each week's full audio 🎧, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud or follow link in bio 👆. 📷 courtesy of Kiss the Ground. #thepowerofplants #gardenways #thinkregeneratively

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