Backyard Industry



WILL - Backyard Industry - September 22, 2011

Sour Times

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(Duration: 5:58)

A jar of pickled carrots on a kitchen shelf

Even though canning gets most of the attention during the food preservation season, Lisa Bralts finds that there's nothing to be afraid of when it comes to pickling and fermentation in this segment of In My Backyard.

Categories: Agriculture, Food

WILL - Backyard Industry - March 24, 2011 ~ Comment (0)

Reminiscing about Community Gardens

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(Duration: 7:07)

Urbana-Champaign's vibrant local food culture isn't a recent phenomenon -  it's been brewing for over 30 years. This week, Lisa examines the  community's - and her own - ties to an important part of that food culture: the Urbana Park District's organic garden plots at Meadowbrook Park and now, Victory Park.






WILL - Backyard Industry - October 07, 2010 ~ Comment (0)

Apple A Day

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(Duration: 4:35)

A woman's hand holding an apple.

A typical grocery may stock half a dozen varieties of apples on a regular basis, but there are others -- lots of others -- growing across the east central Illinois countryside, including Wolfe Orchard in Monticello, Illinois. Backyard Industry's Lisa Bralts went by to have a look - OK, and a taste.

Categories: Agriculture, Community, Food


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