P. Allen Smith Radio Show

P. Allen Smith Radio Show
By P Allen Smith
About this podcast
Spend an entertaining and informative hour each week with award-winning designer, gardening and lifestyle expert P. Allen Smith as he chats with guests about the garden, food, design and homesteading! www.PAllenSmith.com
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Latest episodes
Sept. 22, 2015
Today’s podcast is coming to you from the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art where an exciting piece of architectural history is being put into place… Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson home. GUESTS Rod Bigelow, Executive Director at Crystal Bridges Scott Eccleston, Director of Operations at Crystal Bridges Project Architect Ron Shelby, CEO and Architect at Hight-Jackson Associates PA General Contractor Bill Faber, Bill Faber Construction
Sept. 22, 2015
Today’s podcast is coming to you from the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art where an exciting piece of architectural history is being put into place… Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson home. GUESTS Rod Bigelow, Executive Director at Crystal Bridges Scott Eccleston, Director of Operations at Crystal Bridges Project Architect Ron Shelby, CEO and Architect at Hight-Jackson Associates PA General Contractor Bill Faber, Bill Faber Construction
Sept. 16, 2015
In today’s podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we visit with local food advocate and Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture, Wes Ward. Also in the studio are Chef Jack Sundell, owner of The Root Café and Tara Stainton from Rattle’s Garden. Guests:Jack Sundell, The Root Café  Tara Stainton, Rattles Garden Wes Ward, Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture
Sept. 16, 2015
In today’s podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we visit with local food advocate and Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture, Wes Ward. Also in the studio are Chef Jack Sundell, owner of The Root Café and Tara Stainton from Rattle’s Garden. Guests:Jack Sundell, The Root Café  Tara Stainton, Rattles Garden Wes Ward, Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture
Sept. 16, 2015
From farmers markets to chain retailers, locally grown produce is always a hot commodity, so in this week’s podcast we’ll talk shop with some of the people who are in the business right here in Central Arkansas. Guests:Josh Hardin, Hardin Family Farms Renee Parsons, accounting manager Little Rock Tomato
Sept. 16, 2015
From farmers markets to chain retailers, locally grown produce is always a hot commodity, so in this week’s podcast we’ll talk shop with some of the people who are in the business right here in Central Arkansas. Guests:Josh Hardin, Hardin Family Farms Renee Parsons, accounting manager Little Rock Tomato
July 28, 2015
We’re excited to have Cat Swenson from Great Fermentations and BlackSheep Ranch on the show today. Listen in as she shares her knowledge on canning and fermenting as a way to preserve veggies. NEW VOICESCowlick Cottage Farm’s Carolyn Binder is interviewed by green lifestyle evangelist Shawna Coronado.
July 28, 2015
We’re excited to have Cat Swenson from Great Fermentations and BlackSheep Ranch on the show today. Listen in as she shares her knowledge on canning and fermenting as a way to preserve veggies. NEW VOICESCowlick Cottage Farm’s Carolyn Binder is interviewed by green lifestyle evangelist Shawna Coronado.
July 28, 2015
Locally sourced ingredients is a win-win for everyone. You know exactly what you’re getting and you’re helping your community at the same time. Farmers’ markets are a great place to get started buying local and today we’ll talk with a farmer and a farmers’ market manager. GUESTS Kelly Carney, owner, North Pulaski FarmsKelly Newberg, Hillcrest Farmers Market ManagerRhea Roberts, Executive Director of Quapaw Quarter Association
July 28, 2015
Locally sourced ingredients is a win-win for everyone. You know exactly what you’re getting and you’re helping your community at the same time. Farmers’ markets are a great place to get started buying local and today we’ll talk with a farmer and a farmers’ market manager. GUESTS Kelly Carney, owner, North Pulaski FarmsKelly Newberg, Hillcrest Farmers Market ManagerRhea Roberts, Executive Director of Quapaw Quarter Association