Mon, 20 May 2013
Dr. Jeanine Davis is a horticulture professor with NC State University located at a research facility in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina. For over 25 years, her program has been dedicated to helping farmers improve the profitability of their farms by growing new crops, transitioning to organic agriculture and adopting more sustainable practices. Her current efforts are focused on woodland botanicals, Chinese herbs, hops, truffles, broccoli, and organic heirloom tomatoes. You can learn about her program on her website at http://ncherb.org which has links to her blog, Facebook page, and Twitter account.
Ms. Alison Dressler is a Research Assistant in the NC Alternative Crops and Organics program at the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center. Her efforts are dedicated to helping grow the agricultural sector of the natural products and medicinal herb industries in western North Carolina. She is currently involved with helping a new medicinal herb cooperative, a natural products branding effort, and a growing bloodroot for dye project. She recently completed a 168 page report on special forest botanicals in Southern Appalachia.
Direct download: 5-20-2013_The_Better_You_Project_Dr_Jeanine__Alison_Dressler_podcast.mp3
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