January 28, 2017 – Are you ready to talk about planting, gardening, seeding, and digging? This is the show to help get your garden ready to go for the upcoming spring, summer, and fall growing season. Debbie talks about what cole crops you can start now like Brussel sprouts, cabbage, and broccoli. Also, now is […]

Sometimes, getting through the months of December and January can be tough for a gardener. But, February arrives and we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Seed catalogs begin to arrive with their irresistible pictures, seed packets are beginning to show up in stores and the days are beginning to get […]

Master Gardener, and Certified Arborist, Debbie Cook talks winter snow removal ideas, ant abatement preparation and of all things, pineapple. Do you use salt, sand or non-clumping kitty litter to help with ice melt and/or traction? Debbie has some ideas on what to do and what to avoid. Now is the time to start thinking […]

It seems weird to be talking about hummingbirds in January, but for some strange reason, Anna’s hummingbirds have decided they like to overwinter in Idaho and I have been lucky enough to have a couple at my house this winter. Because I had procrastinated about taking down my feeders, I discovered them in the late […]

I heard a bird sing In the dark of December. A magical thing And sweet to remember. “We are nearer to Spring Than we were in September,” I heard a bird sing In the dark of December. by Oliver Herford . The birds I’ve heard singing lately, and it’s really more of a chirping, are […]

Life now couldn’t possibly be more opposite than the one Kristin Kimball was living ten years ago. She was in her early 30’s, a Harvard graduate enjoying the New York lifestyle, working for a literary agency, teaching creative writing and picking up freelance writing jobs. About this time Eric Schlosser’s Fast Food Nation was shedding light […]

The 2016 rodeo season in the state of Idaho was nothing less than as exciting as expected. From the time Spring thawed the Northwest soil until the leaves started dropping from the trees, the sound of hooves pounding across arena floors was the theme song of cowboys and cowgirls across the region. It was only […]

October 22, 2016 – Master Gardener, and Certified Arborist, welcomed Jim Duthie to help answer questions and to also talk about gardening myths. Now is the time to rake up your leaves, but don’t throw them away. Mulching is your friend. Grind them up with your lawnmower and either put them in your composter or spread […]