Presented by Paul, Suzette & The Team
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initiatives from Geelong and surrounding regions. Join us to hear from our panel of regular hosts talking with regional experts, and community in our weekly 10am Saturday program.
We bring you the news, gardening tips and events to restore and revegetate our environment, grow your own food, and access native and nutritious foods from local producers and makers. We support farmers markets, food swaps and conservation work with regional native flora and fauna. From food and farming events to permaculture, biodynamic, organic and indigenous practices, we support the lands of the Victorian volcanic plains and the Kulin nation. Get involved, or send in your questions to our expert panel.
Follow the seasons on Geelong’s only live to air gardening program.
Hear about what to grow in your area, raise chooks, plant trees, prune bonsai, get involved in community gardens or send in your horticulture questions to our expert panel.
The Digit Gardening show now has a fabulous monthly Digit Gardening Q&A -every second Saturday of the month between 10am and 11am.
Email your gardening questions to “Gardening Guru” at email@example.com to be included in our next Digit program on May 12th and listen to our guest expert discuss your queries.
Dig It crew
Q. If you could have any job for a day, what would it be? A. Ecologist Q. What's your favourite food? A. Anything regional, native and nutritious Q. What's your favourite band? A. Formidable Vegetable Sound System Q. If you could have any three people to dinner, who would they be? A. David Suzuki, Dalai Lamai, and Rachel Carlson Q. If you could meet anyone who has passed away, who would it be and why? A. Still trying to meet all the interesting people that are alive… Q. What's your best advice for people interested in working on radio? A. Get involved with public radio Q. What event, festival or service would you being to Geelong? A. Co-operative farming and housing Q. What song is your guilty pleasure? A. Duncan (by Slim Dusty). It's simple, unsophisticated and totally infectious. Great singalong materi
Q. If you could have any job for a day, what would it be? A. I already have it! Teaching school children about plants in a garden setting Q. What's your favourite food? A. It depends on the day - but I love eating fresh food that I've grown in my own garden Q. What's your favourite band? A. Don't have one Q. If you could have any three people to dinner, who would they be? A. Charles Darwin, my grandmother (who worked on his beetle collection) and David Bellamy (still alive!) Q. If you could meet anyone who has passed away, who would it be and why? A. Kate Sessions - the women responsible for turning San Diego into a treed desert city there are lots of parallels with the greeening of Geelong Q. What's your best advice for people interested in working on radio? A. Volunteer and gets some experience - and listen to other people's programs - especially if they are different to what you think you'd like to do. Q. What event, festival or service would you being to Geelong? A. Q. What song is your guilty pleasure? A. Almost any 70's pop