EcoBeneficial! Landscape Tips with Kim Eierman (audio)

Join Kim Eierman, environmental horticulturist and founder of EcoBeneficial!, for useful gardening tips to improve our environment. Kim shares her own tips and interviews some of the leaders in the ecological gardening movement. For more useful tips, visit her at www.ecobeneficial.com or follow her on www.facebook.com/ecobeneficial

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      Forest Restoration in New York City Parks


      New York City boasts an abundance of healthy forests and natural areas thanks to the great work of NYC Parks. Join Kim Eierman in this EcoBeneficial interview as she talks with Kristy King, the Director of Forest Restoration for the Natural Resources Gro


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       2018-08-04  n/a
       
       

      Managing a Healthy Urban Forest at New York Botanical Garden


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      Interview with Kim Flottum, Author of The Backyard Beekeeper


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       2018-03-12  48m
       
       

      Interview with Paddy Woodworth, Author of Our Once and Future Planet – Part 2


      Can we succeed in restoring our landscapes, especially given the realities of climate change? Part two of this EcoBeneficial interview examines this question as Kim Eierman talks with Paddy Woodworth, author of Our Once and Future Planet: Restoring the W


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       2018-01-09  25m
       
       

      Interview with Paddy Woodworth, Author of Our Once and Future Planet – Part 2


      Can we succeed in restoring our landscapes, especially given the realities of climate change? Part two of this EcoBeneficial interview examines this question as Kim Eierman talks with Paddy Woodworth, author of Our Once and Future Planet: Restoring the W


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       2018-01-09  25m
       
       

      Interview with Paddy Woodworth, Author of Our Once and Future Planet – Part 2


      Can we succeed in restoring our landscapes, especially given the realities of climate change? Part two of this EcoBeneficial interview examines this question as Kim Eierman talks with Paddy Woodworth, author of Our Once and Future Planet: Restoring the W


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       2018-01-09  25m
       
       

      Interview with Paddy Woodworth, Author of Our Once and Future Planet – Part 2


      Can we succeed in restoring our landscapes, especially given the realities of climate change? Part two of this EcoBeneficial interview examines this question as Kim Eierman talks with Paddy Woodworth, author of Our Once and Future Planet: Restoring the W


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       2018-01-09  25m
       
       

      Interview with Paddy Woodworth, Author of Our Once and Future Planet – Part 1


      Landscape restoration is a complex and prickly topic, explored in the fascinating book, Our Once and Future Planet: Restoring the World in the Climate Change Century. Join Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial, in part one of her interview with the author and jou


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       2017-11-26  38m
       
       

      Bees and Native Forage with Heather Holm


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       2017-04-26  35m
       
       

      Bees and Native Forage with Heather Holm


      Want to learn more about native bees? Join Kim Eierman in this EcoBeneficial interview with Heather Holm, a leading expert on native bees and the native plants they use. Holm has just published her second book – Bees: An Identification and Native Plant F


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       2017-04-26  35m