Virginia Home Grown
Clip: Season 21 Episode 6 | 8m 20s
Amyrose Foll, Executive Director of the Virginia Free Farm, stops by the Virginia Home Grown set to show off some heritage vegetable varieties cultivated by indigenous peoples, including Penobscot pumpkin and Potawatomi beans. She and Peggy Singlemann talk about seed saving techniques and the importance of preserving these unique crops. Featured on VHG episode 2106; August 2021.
Aired: 08/31/21 |
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