805: Jennifer Jewell on the Personal, Ecological and Cultural Significance of Seeds

We chat with Jennifer Jewell on her journey discovering the significance of seeds. She shared “that my tiny life will end and I will have spent a lot of hot air talking to gardeners, but the seeds are gonna survive. Like we’ve messed up a lot, but the seeds are still there. And the incredible number of seed keeping humans on the ground everywhere, they are doing great work.”

656: Growing, Giving, & Making a Difference

A Garden Chat with Jenny Beasley. – Jenny Beasley talks about her 12 years working with Heart for the City Community Garden in Arizona. Grown from nothing more than a plot of dirt and a desire to help others, the garden is now a safe space where people exchange food and knowledge with neighbors from other cultures. Jenny recalls…