The Triangle Gardener™ magazine, North Carolina’s #1 read gardening publication, has entered the world of podcasting. Much like the radio, podcasts are audio stories. But unlike radio, you decide what stories you hear and when you hear them. It’s audio on demand.
Our podcasts explore the joys of gardening. We check out local gardening, examine the intersection of horticulture and innovation, and meet the people who are leading the way. Our podcasts delve into topics you find in the Triangle Gardener magazine. You will hear from experts you already trust and meet new people, too.
You can listen to the stories on our website or download them from iTunes to your mobile device and listen anywhere and any time you chose. On our web site you will also find photos from interviews, more information, and links to story resources.
Dr. Lise Jenkins has previously developed and produced an award-winning syndicated gardening radio show. A transplanted midwesterner, Lise approaches gardening like a midwestern farmer and wants everything on her home’s 1/8-acre of suburban heaven to be productive. She also volunteers as a Master Gardener in Durham, North Carolina. You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kit Flynn – Correspondent
Kit Flynn has been a Durham Master Gardener for thirteen years. For ten of those years she served as editor for the Durham County Master Gardener Newsletter. She has written a bi-monthly column for Triangle Gardener since 2011 and contribute articles on gardening regularly to Senior Correspondent, a web-based newspaper devoted to senior citizens.
Dan Mason is an award winning musical theatre artist and educator. A gardener since childhood by his grandmother’s side, Dan still loves to play in the dirt and grow things. He is an Master Gardener Volunteer in Durham County.
Carol McPherson – Correspondent
Carol moved to the Triangle area (Hillsborough) in 2010 from St. Paul, Minnesota. She is a Master Gardener in Orange County and is enrolled in the Native Plant Studies certificate program at the UNC Botanical Gardens. Her particular obsession is with trees and she is busy making friends with some of the remarkable specimens here in North Carolina.
Gardening interests go back a long time for Charles, having grown up with parents who were avid vegetable and flower gardeners. An inveterate teacher who enjoys talking with people about their gardening successes and problems, Charles enjoys sharing his knowledge with anyone who will stand still long enough. He also volunteers his time in Durham county as a Master Gardener.
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