Virginia Home Grown May Edition
In the first feature, Richard visits with Michelle Kokolis of the James River Association to learn about its River Hero Home program. This program is a way to recognize homeowners who are successfully taking steps to improve water quality by reducing the amount of stormwater and pollution leaving their property.
In the second feature, Amy visits Oakencroft Farm near Charlottesville to learn how sustainable farming practices are being used to grow grapes for grape juice.
We visit Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden for the Plant of the Month segment to learn about Cotinus coggygria ‘Velvet Cloak’ Smoketree, sometimes called Smokebush.
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Virginia Home Grown is a Live TV program that explores the delights and challenges of gardening and growing in Virginia. Host, Richard Nunnally, and Co-Host, Amy Williams, interview experts and enthusiasts from around the state. The program airs monthly from March through October.