1. Episode 3 Kingsborough Focus WKRB 90.3FM, Maritime Technology Program, Urban Farm

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    Kingsborough Radio Station WKRB 90.3FM, Maritime Technology Program, Urban Farm at Kingsborough Community College

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    • Frank Hyman's Garden Class (excerpt), 17 Jan 2009 VOD

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      A 90-second highlights video of Frank Hyman's "First Breath of Spring Garden Academy" class on Sat January 17th, 2009, held at Stone Brothers & Byrd garden center in Durham NC. This class was entitled "Five Deer-Resistant, Drought-Hardy Gardens". Current class schedules at www.frankhyman.com

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      • Frank Hyman, Speaker & Liberated Gardener VOD

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        www.FrankHyman.com www.liberatedgardener.net frankhyman@liberatedgardener.net Frank Hyman has spoken on gardening at Duke Gardens, JC Raulston Arboretum, UNC-G and the McLaughlin Garden (voted prettiest public garden in Maine) as well as for garden clubs in Charlotte, Oxford, Fearrington Village and Chapel Hill. He has written about gardening for nearly 20 years in the Independent Weekly, the Herald-Sun, the N&O and Carolina Gardener magazine. Frank has been creating beautiful and sustainable gardens for over 16 years as owner of Cottage Garden Landscaping. He studied horticulture and design at NC State University under the late JC Raulston (named one of the world's top 25 horticulturists of all time by Horticulture magazine). His Mediterranean garden at the Mad Hatter restaurant won an award from the Durham Appearance Commission. He's created gardens that are drought-proof, deer-resistant, low-maintenance, organic and just plain pretty.

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        • Frank Hyman's Garden Class (excerpt), 17 Jan 2009 VOD

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          from Bill L Elias / Added

          A 90-second highlights video of Frank Hyman's "First Breath of Spring Garden Academy" class on Sat January 17th, 2009, held at Stone Brothers & Byrd garden center in Durham NC. This class was entitled "Five Deer-Resistant, Drought-Hardy Gardens". Current class schedules at www.frankhyman.com

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          • Frank Hyman's Garden Class (excerpt), 17 Jan 2009 VOD

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            from Bill L Elias / Added

            A 90-second highlights video of Frank Hyman's "First Breath of Spring Garden Academy" class on Sat January 17th, 2009, held at Stone Brothers & Byrd garden center in Durham NC. This class was entitled "Five Deer-Resistant, Drought-Hardy Gardens". Current class schedules at www.frankhyman.com

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            • Frank Hyman, Speaker & Liberated Gardener VOD

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              from Bill L Elias / Added

              www.FrankHyman.com www.liberatedgardener.net frankhyman@liberatedgardener.net Frank Hyman has spoken on gardening at Duke Gardens, JC Raulston Arboretum, UNC-G and the McLaughlin Garden (voted prettiest public garden in Maine) as well as for garden clubs in Charlotte, Oxford, Fearrington Village and Chapel Hill. He has written about gardening for nearly 20 years in the Independent Weekly, the Herald-Sun, the N&O and Carolina Gardener magazine. Frank has been creating beautiful and sustainable gardens for over 16 years as owner of Cottage Garden Landscaping. He studied horticulture and design at NC State University under the late JC Raulston (named one of the world's top 25 horticulturists of all time by Horticulture magazine). His Mediterranean garden at the Mad Hatter restaurant won an award from the Durham Appearance Commission. He's created gardens that are drought-proof, deer-resistant, low-maintenance, organic and just plain pretty.

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              • Frank Hyman, Speaker & Liberated Gardener VOD

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                from Bill L Elias / Added

                FrankHyman.com liberatedgardener.net frankhyman@liberatedgardener.net Frank Hyman has spoken on gardening at Duke Gardens, JC Raulston Arboretum, UNC-G and the McLaughlin Garden (voted prettiest public garden in Maine) as well as for garden clubs in Charlotte, Oxford, Fearrington Village and Chapel Hill. He has written about gardening for nearly 20 years in the Independent Weekly, the Herald-Sun, the N&O and Carolina Gardener magazine. Frank has been creating beautiful and sustainable gardens for over 16 years as owner of Cottage Garden Landscaping. He studied horticulture and design at NC State University under the late JC Raulston (named one of the world's top 25 horticulturists of all time by Horticulture magazine). His Mediterranean garden at the Mad Hatter restaurant won an award from the Durham Appearance Commission. He's created gardens that are drought-proof, deer-resistant, low-maintenance, organic and just plain pretty.

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                • Brooklyn Grange - A New York Growing Season

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                  A 7-month time lapse documenting the first full growing season at the Brooklyn Grange's farm in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. At 65,000 square feet, it's the largest rooftop farm in the world. For more info, check out www.brooklyngrangefarm.com Shot and edited by Christopher St. John A big thanks to Ratatat for the music! Song: Montanita - https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/classics/id354003618

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                  • Garden Fresh Farms

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                    • Agropolis: Photographic Exhibition

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                      This exhibition features a series of exclusive photographs depicting the evolution and development of Christchurch's first urban farm: AGROPOLIS. In the middle of ruins, a handful of dedicated men and women cleaned up the debris of the earthquakes in order to build wooden basins and grow vegetables. The pictures bear witness of this diverse community, joined together on a regular basis in order to build and create a space of growth in a context of destruction. As the weeks passed by, Tanya recorded how the seeds gradually turned into plants and food, how a shed of clay – a simple, basic structure – took shape and became a symbol of the rebuild on both the architectural and human level. Copyright Maja Moritz

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