Coming Interviews and Workshops:
The past year has been trying for all of us. I had to abruptly cancel a talk at Pollinate Farm and Garden, in Oakland. Now that store is only online, having closed its brick and mortar store. My talks at the SF public library were also cancelled, since the library was closed. This year, I have scheduled several Zoom lectures. It is looking as though Zoom will continue to be popular for some time as we all move out of isolation with extreme caution.
One thing more people than ever have been doing since March 2020 is gardening, especially food gardening. Seed sales were up 100-400% last year and this year is promising to be similar. I am now open to schedule Zoom presentations to meet this need. I am doing several this spring to limited (garden club) audiences, and have one public presentation scheduled for this summer.
The summer presentation is for the San Mateo Arboretum, and will take place on July 11. Details to follow.
I don't know when I will be doing further SF Library talks, but the following is still true: If you live in SF and would like to hear me speak at a branch of the public library, talk to your local librarian. My name is on their approved program list.
Check out my SF Chronicle column. My gardening column appears on one Sunday a month in the Food + Wine section.
You can hear me on KALW's Your Call Radio as a podcast at yourcallradio.com. Holly Kernan is the moderator and Daniel Miller, of Spiral Gardens in Oakland was also on the show. The date of the show was April 18th, 2012.
On June 1, 2014, I was interviewed for the KCBS program In Depth, a 30 minute show. The link to the podcast follows: