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
The Humane Gardener
Wildlife and native gardening go hand-in-hand, but sometimes we lose patience with wildlife that enjoys our plants as much as we do! Learn how to cultivate compassion in your garden and successfully coexist with wildlife as Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial interviews Nancy Lawson, author of The Humane Gardener: Nurturing a Backyard Habitat for Wildlife.
Interview with Russ Cohen on Edible Native Plants
If it's a native plant and you can eat it, naturalist Russ Cohen probably has over the past 40 years! Join Kim Eierman for this EcoBeneficial interview with wild foods enthusiast, Russ Cohen, who is now not only eating, but growing, edible native plants.
Interview with Phyllis Stiles, Founder of Bee City USA
Bee City USA is one of the leading initiatives in North America to protect and support pollinators. Join Kim Eierman for this EcoBeneficial interview with Phyllis Stiles, the founder of Bee City USA.
EcoBeneficial Interview: “The Pollinators” Documentary
One of every three bites of our food is pollinated by animal pollinators, but at what cost to pollinators and our food security? Join Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial as she interviews Peter Nelson, director and filmmaker of this award-winning documentary (with a bonus “sneak peek” of the film).
Interview with Ecological Landscape Designer & Author Benjamin Vogt
Join Kim Eierman for this EcoBeneficial interview with Benjamin Vogt, ecological landscape designer and author of A New Garden Ethic: Cultivating Defiant Compassion for an Uncertain Future.
Interview with Marjorie Harris on Ecological Gardening
Join Kim Eierman for this EcoBeneficial interview with gardening legend, Marjorie Harris – ecological landscape designer, plant consultant and author of 15 books on gardening. An organic gardener since the 1960s, Marjorie is based in Toronto. She authored one of the first books advocating the use of ecological gardening principles, Ecological Gardening.
A Must Listen
Kim breaks things down beautifully while sticking true to the science and diving into the details in a way that makes sense. Her guests are some of the most respected in the field. Planting in a way the benefits our ecosystem is something we can all do to truly make a difference for biodiversity. I only wish the podcast would continue new releases. Thankfully I can re-listen and catch more each time.
Love this podcast!
Very informative and great guests!