With Jean Ponzi
Mon Apr 7th 2014 7.00pm–8.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links
Time zone: central
Gloria Attoun “Ray, River & Raven”
from Seeds (Out Attoun - www.augustabottomsconsort.com www.magnificentmissouri.org 2007) L —Earthworms' dear friend Gloria Attoun will perform the FIRST gig at the new Listening Room in Washington MO on Apr 26 - will bring her friends the Augusta Bottoms Consort to The Stage at KDHX Apr 22 for the Earth Day Worm-O-Rama live Green variety show!
Dr. George Yatskievych, Curator at Missouri Botanical Garden and “Scott Woodbury, Native Plant Curator at Shaw Nature Reserve”
from Remembering and celebrating the life of Edgar Denison, amateur botanist and author of "Missouri Wildflowers" (www.kirkwoodinbloom.org/calendar See www.grownative.org for native plant info, and to access "Missouri Wildflowers" 2014) N R L —Kirkwood residents celebrate Edgar Denison all month, with talks, wildflower walks, native plant sales - and MORE. Denison, one of several Missouri Green Giants, lived and shared plants in Kirkwood for many years.
Rebecca Girresch, President of Maryville University Green Student Group “GOAT WEEK - April 16-19 - brings the "Honeysuckle Eradicators" to campus in ongoing studies of ways to sustainably deal with invasive plants”
from Biology students frustrated with invasive honeysuckle taking over Maryville U's west county campus teamed up with a fellow-student goat-keeper last year . . . (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oVR6XXDIZM Goat Week Open House activities Sat Apr 19 10am-1pm, programs 10:30 11:30 12:30 - check it out! 2014) N R L —Invasive honeysuckle crowds out beneficial native plants by sprouting up FIRST - giving GOATS a tasty target and Maryville student researchers a unique way to study eco-logical options to eradicate invasive and support native plants. No Goats, No Glory!
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