2021 Podcasts

All podcasts from January 2019 to the present, and supporting materials, are available at KSFR.org on the Garden Journal podcast page.

January, 2021

2. Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners. Filmmaker Rob Herring in conversation with Christine Salem about his latest project, “The Need to Grow.” (This program previously aired on Nov. 23, 2019.) Click here to listen.

9. Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners. Co-hosts, Christine Salem and Tom Dominguez, in conversation with Marisa Thompson, Extension Horticulture Specialist.

16. Soil Stories with Carrie Core.

23. Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners. Guest host Laurie McGrath in conversation with Santa Fe County Commissioner Anna Hansen on the new pollinator plant policy for Santa Fe County.

30. Home Grown New Mexico with Jannine Cabossel, The Tomato Lady. Tips for next month in your vegetable garden.

February, 2021

6 Slow Food Santa Fe. Interview with Erika Newman, Membership Engagement & Outreach Specialist, La Montañita Co-op Food Market, on food distribution and supply chain issues faced by the Co-op during the pandemic.

13 Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners. Seed Stewards Seed Library Project with guest Master Gardeners Susie Sonflieth and Deborah Madison.

20 Food, Farms & Friends. Host Carrie Core’s new monthly program called “Soil Stories” featuring the experiences of farmers, ranchers and gardeners and their efforts to insure a healthy food future for New Mexico.

27 Home Grown New Mexico. Jannine Cabossel, The Tomato Lady, will share her tips and techniques for your veggie garden and what you should plan to do in March.

March, 2021

6 Slow Food Santa Fe. Interview with Zoey Fink, New Mexico Campaign Organizer, National Young Farmers Coalition on being a young farmer in New Mexico. 

13 Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners. Co-hosts Christine Salem and Tom Dominguez with timely garden tips from the extension division.

20 Food, Farms & Friends. Host Carrie Core’s new monthly program called “Soil Stories” featuring the experiences of farmers, ranchers and gardeners and their efforts to insure a healthy food future for New Mexico.

27 Home Grown New Mexico. Jannine Cabossel, The Tomato Lady, will share her tips and techniques for your veggie garden and what you should plan to do in April.

April, 2021

3 Slow Food Santa Fe. Interview with Gary Nabhan discussing his book Food From the Radical Center: Healing our Land and Communities.

10 Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners. Guest forager Ellen Zachos on her new book.

17 Food, Farms & Friends. Host Carrie Core’s new monthly program called “Soil Stories” featuring the experiences of farmers, ranchers and gardeners and their efforts to insure a healthy food future for New Mexico.

24 Home Grown New Mexico. Jannine Cabossel, The Tomato Lady, will share her tips and techniques for your veggie garden and what you should plan to do in May.

May, 2021

1 Slow Food Santa Fe edition. Hosts Lissa Johnson and Nina Rosenberg talk with Thomas Swendson, New Mexico Harvest, about CSAs.

8 SFEMG edition. Dara Saville, author of The Ecology of Herbal Medicine: A Guide to Plants and Living Landscapes of the American Southwest, joins host Christine Salem

15 Food, Farms & Friends edition. Host Carrie Core presents Soil Stories

22 SFEMG edition. Host Tom Dominguez, Extension Agriculture Agent

29 Home Grown New Mexico edition. Jannine Cabossel, the Tomato Lady, offers vegetable gardening to-dos, tips, and techniques for June.

June, 2021

5 Slow Food Santa Fe edition. “What is Organic?” Hosts Lissa Johnson and Nina Rosenberg talk with Dave Chapman of the Real Organic Project.

12 SFEMG edition. “People in Relationship with Plants.” Aubrey Streit Krug with The Land Institute joins host Christine Salem.

19 Food, Farms & Friends edition. Host Carrie Core presents Soil Stories

26 Home Grown New Mexico edition. Jannine Cabossel, the Tomato Lady, offers vegetable gardening to-dos, tips, and techniques for July.

July, 2021

3 Slow Food Santa Fe edition. Robert Egger joins hosts Lissa Johnson and Nina Rosenberg to discuss food security. 

10 Santa Fe Extension Master Gardener edition. Host Tom Dominguez talks with gardening experts from NMSU. 

17 Food, Farms, and Friends edition. Host Carrie Core with her guest, organic farmer Dan Kittredge, the founder and executive director of the Bionutrient Food Association shares more Soil Stories.

24 A-Dae Romero-Briones (Cochiti Pueblo/Kiowa), Director of Programs – Native Agriculture and Food Systems discusses Indigenous Agricultural Models and First Nations Perspective on Food. 

31 Home Grown New Mexico edition. Jannine Cabossel shares her hard-earned vegetable gardening wisdom and a to-do list for August.

August, 2021

August 7 Slow Food Santa Fe edition.  Renee Fox and Dave Readyhough of Arable restaurant join hosts Lissa Johnson and Nina Rosenberg to discuss how the pandemic has and will continue to affect the restaurant scene in Santa Fe. 

August 14 Santa Fe Extension Master Gardener edition. Arborist and horticulturist Tracy Neal in conversation with host Christine Salem on what climate change means for trees in the Santa Fe area. Part 1 of 2.

August 21 Food, Farms, and Friends edition. Host Carrie Core presents more Soil Stories.

August 28 Home Grown New Mexico edition. Jannine Cabossel shares her hard-earned vegetable gardening wisdom and a to-do list for September in a live broadcast from the Santa Fe Farmers Market.