Growing a Greener World

Growing a Greener World

Environmentally friendly outdoor living is combined with traditional know-how in this series from American Public Television, which features people and places making a positive impact on the planet. In each episode, gardener Joe Lamp'l demonstrates a hands-on gardening project, and celebrity chef Nathan Lyon creates simple cuisine using fresh, local ingredients. Stories include a Seattle beekeeper who sets up a backyard hive, growing flowers without using chemicals, and a tour of a soil-testing lab.

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Fri, 7/17 at 9:30 am America/Chicago on Q

Don't Feed the Landfills

Composing, recycling and sustainable alternatives help control waste at Denali National Park & Preserve in Alaska.

Sat, 7/18 at 8:30 am America/Chicago on Austin PBS Create

Working With Nature for a Sustainable Landscape Design

A sustainable landscape enhances the natural beauty of the area around Seattle's Puget Sound.

Fri, 7/24 at 9:30 am America/Chicago on Q

Mason Bee Revolution: How the Hardest Working Bee Can Save the World

A Seattle area business owner uses simple ways to help gardeners attract more pollinators to their home yards and gardens.

Sat, 7/25 at 8:30 am America/Chicago on Austin PBS Create

The Power of a Seed to Change the World

Tom Stearns' company offers more than 600 plant seed varieties to home gardeners and commercial growers.