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Fall weather is finally upon us, and people across the region are preparing their gardens for the cooler months. What vegetables can you plant now to eat in the winter and spring? How is climate change impacting the growing season? How can you improve your soil over the winter? We discuss all that and more with a panel of urban farmers.
- Mchezaji Axum Agronomist; Director of Urban Agriculture and Gardening Education, University of the District of Columbia
- Christopher Bradshaw Founder & Executive Director of Dreaming Out Loud
- Natalie Carver Horticulture Director, Love and Carrots
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