Virginia Home Grown: July Edition
In this edition of Virginia Home Grown, we visit Richmond’s Fan District to learn about Adaptive Gardening for people with disabilities and/or the aging population. The show also features Wolf Creek Farm in Madison County–a grass fed beef operation that uses Relay Foods to get its product to market. Peggy Singlemann from Maymont presents the Plant of the Month–Coneflowers.
Our in-studio guests will be Graham Evans of Relay Foods and Jane Walsh, Recreation Therapy Specialist, who will talk about adaptive garden tools. Find out more information on adapting garden tools here.
Viewers can interact with the experts by submitting questions via email to VHG@ideastations.org or by phone (toll free) to 1.866.220.0911 (only during the LIVE show).
Virginia Home Grown is a Live TV program that explores the delights and challenges of gardening and growing in Virginia. Host, Richard Nunnally, and Co-Host, Amy Williams, interview experts and enthusiasts from around the state. The program airs monthly from March through October.