Foraged greens and garden hand tools on a table.
Lisa Bralts
April 26, 2012

Reaping What You Don’t Sow

While we're babying our seeds in the garden or waiting for the farmers markets to open, it's easy to forget there are plenty of fresh things to eat that just kind of show up in the most obvious of places. Some call them weeds, but others call them dinner. In this episode of In My Backyard, Lisa Bralts discovers she doesn't have to go far to find food. She also learns why time is of the essence.


Man onstage speaking to a large crowd.
Lisa Bralts
April 12, 2012

Slow and Steady

Investments don't have to be electronic transactions with faceless people involving companies based far away from home.  In this segment of In My Backyard Lisa learns a few things about Slow Money, risk, and investment in small, local food enterprises from Woody Tasch, the guy who literally wrote the book on it.