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The podcast that resides at the intersection of Black Culture and horticulture in a world where all the garden fairies and most of the gnomes are white. Hosted by millennial black plant enthusiast and self proclaimed Plantrepreneur, Colah B Tawkin. 'Conversations WILL be had' on a range of topics that directly influence and impact black plant keepers as we blackily impact and influence the world.

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Presented by Black in the Garden LLC in partnership with Atlanta History CenterEpisode 3: Get ready for a special Spring treat as Black in the Garden gears up for a relaunch! Colah B Tawkin is joined by Sarah Roberts, Olga C. De Guisetta Vice President of horticulture on a captivating journey through the historic and lush landscapes of the Atlanta History Center Gardens. Explore themes of heritage, nature, and education as we delve into African-American contributions and how they're observed and the significance of the Cherokee Garden Library. With rapid-fire rounds adding a touch of fun, this immersive episode invites listeners to connect with history and nature in a whole new way.Learn more about Atlanta History Center: AtlantahistoryCenter.comTwitter: @ATLHistCenter IG: @AtlantahistorycenterCreditsHost: Colah B TawkinExecutive Producer: Colah B TawkinAssociate Producer: Maurice EcksteinWriter: Colah B TawkinSound Engineer: Carl Kevin Robinson Jr.Theme song: Ill Sounds LLCPodcast Visual Art: Cory France, Colah B Tawkin Trailer Video Editor: Christopher Williams @rznzproductionsLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The 4th anniversary of Black in the Garden (November 19) is upon us at the same time as the Season of Gratitude! Our host, Colah B Tawkin, is giving thanks for what’s to come and reflecting on her 4 year journey. We’re kicking off the multi episode celebration of four years cultivating conversations around Black culture and horticulture. Soil Cousins are in for an exclusive treat! Colah unveils a special announcement: offering dedicated listeners exclusive access unreleased episodes. We opening the VAULT! Tap the Patreon link below to subscribe for an intimate look into the untold stories that have yet to air.Colah unravels the dark and exploitative history behind the season’s most popular spice blend—pumpkin pie spice. We’re talkin SPICY (this one is PG-13) about the troubling origins and violent history associated with this ubiquitous flavor, and Seattle’s favorite coffee brand is catching strays. Tap in to get the tea on the spice that will make you think twice next time you’re baking with it. Referenced article:https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2023/10/06/history-pumpkin-spice-colonialsim-dutch/Follow: @plants.and.culture on InstagramText # : 833-819-3926 CreditsHost: Colah B TawkinWriter: Maham Javaid via WashingtonPost.comProducer: Colah B TawkinTheme song: Ill Sounds LLCLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram/Threads@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In this special episode of Black in the Garden, we kick off our 4th Anniversary celebration with  heartfelt listener appreciation. Colah B Tawkin begins by expressing gratitude to our incredible community of plant enthusiasts. To highlight the spirit of our community, we feature a remarkable Soil cousin, Davida, known as @condoplantmama. Davida's journey is one of unwavering strength as she faces breast cancer, finding solace and inspiration in her love for plants, particularly ferns. This episode is dedicated to lifting her spirits and expressing admiration for her resilience. As a tribute to Davida, we explore the fascinating world of ferns, sharing fun facts that are sure to make you smile. Join us in celebrating the resilience and beauty of both our community and the plant world.Follow Davida on Instagram and send her well wishes!Instagram handle: @condoplantmamaText # : 833-819-3926 CreditsHost: Colah B TawkinWriter: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinTheme song: Ill Sounds LLCLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram/Threads@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In this special announcement episode, we have some exciting news to share! Colah B Tawkin is taking a beat to reflect on her recent debut at TEDx Jacksonville and prepare for an upcoming speaking engagement at Cornell University. In light of the current tragic events happening in the world, Colah wants to take a moment to acknowledge and stand in solidarity with those affected. Soil Cousins, please stay encouraged to be informed in order to find a way to make any positive impact you can.Links are below to catch up with Colah's current guest appearances.Thank you for your support as we navigate these exciting opportunities and important reflections. Watch Colah on 'No Draws' Podcasthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULhy5Ygqw0A Listen to Colah on 'Legally Uncensored' Podcasthttps://tr.ee/PxhQaPG3c1  divorceSee the Seeds of Resilience Exhibithttps://cornellbotanicgardens.org/explore/exhibits/seeds-of-survival-and-celebration/cultivators-of-celebration/Register for Colah's Cornell lecture eventhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-soil-to-soiree-plants-black-cultural-celebrations-tickets-736726427577CreditsHost: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinTheme song: Ill Sounds LLCLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram/Threads@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The Botany of Wakanda

The Botany of Wakanda

2023-10-0548:20

Ready for an exciting deep dive into Wakanda's botany and soil?! In this special episode, we're thrilled to be joined by two fellow Wakanda enthusiasts and friends of the show, Niyya @theBloomJourney and Derek our resident ETHNO-botanist.Host, Colah B. Tawkin opens with an exciting announcement about her TedX debut in Jacksonville, FL.In this Afro-Futuristic episode, we're exploring the rich plant-centric world of Marvel's Black Panther. While Wakanda is famous for its tech and culture, we’re most excited about the real-world parallels and universal lessons embedded in Wakanda's botanical themes. Recorded during the movie's small-screen debut, we're talking about the heart-shaped herb, the enchantment of Vibranium-infused soil, and their connections to land ownership and Wakanda's hidden power. Bonus: Colah points out Shuri's most slept skill: botany! You’ll want to share this with all your favorite Wakandans before it ends!Follow and support Niyya:@thebloomjourney on InstagramThe Bloom Journey on FacebookFollow and support our resident botanical Blackspert  Derek:@thechocolatebotanist in Instagram Youtube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCxsce8LaWKVw2g0-xDqdPNgCreditsHost: Colah B TawkinWriter: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinSound Engineer: Carl Kevin Robinson Jr.Theme song: Ill Sounds LLCLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram/Threads@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Colah is joined by CoHost and ethnobotany Blackspert, Derek ‘The Chocolate Botanist’ Haynes to explore the questionable ethics of chocolate cultivation. They want you to think twice before you take your next bite! Turns out, Derek is also a Roald Dahl expert as he brilliantly connected Willy Wonka lore to the subject at hand.Trigger warning: this episode contains mention of sex trafficking and child slavery.Follow and support our resident botanical Blackspert  Derek:@thechocolatebotanist in Instagram Youtube:https://youtube.com/channel/UCxsce8LaWKVw2g0-xDqdPNgReferences:https://chargedaffairs.org/the-hidden-ingredient-in-chocolate-africas-child-slaves/Update- Roald Dahl's Racism:https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/roald-dahl-museum-gbr-scli-intl/index.htmlSupport ethical Chocolate companies:https://www.slavefreechocolate.org/ethical-chocolate-companiesCreditsHost: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinTheme song: Ill Sounds LLCLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram/Threads@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
We’ve discussed landscaping before, but not quite like this. Our guest, Chad Carroll is a Senior Manager executive at SiteOne, one of the largest and most prominent players in the national landscape supply industry. Chad shares insights from his formative years and the importance of impacting the future of the Green Industry via organizations like MANNRS. Host Colah B Tawkin gets the tea on Black misconceptions of landscaping and reasons why it’s a hugely missed economic opportunity. Explore the exciting intersection of landscaping, creativity and horticulture. Chad’s story may gag you a bit, and You’ll never guess which bougie legend we compared the Japanese maple to.Connect with Chad via LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/chadwickcarrollWebsite:Www.siteone.comCreditsHost: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinExecutive Producer: Crystal DeVoneWriter: Colah B TawkinSound Engineer: Carl Kevin Robinson Jr.Theme song: Ill Sounds LLCLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram/Threads@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Join us in an exploration of cotton's journey from field to fashion as Julius Tillery engages in a thought-provoking conversation with host Colah B Tawkin. Julius touches on the intricacy of innovation, challenges, and cultural significance woven into cotton cultivation. Tillery's insights shed light on Black ownership, inheritance in farming, and the creative use of cotton in decorative arrangements. Delve into the truth about cotton's declining presence in American fields and its connection to economic shifts. Be sure to catch Julius’s television debut on the season finale of ‘Human Footprint’ on PBS. Link below. Support and keep up with Julius!Website:www.blackcotton.us Human Footprint Hosted by Shane Campbell StatonEpisode: “The Ground Below”Premiere Wednesday, August 9 2023Instagram: @blackcotton.usFacebook: facebook.com\blackCottonDecorTwitter: @Mr_Black_CottonCreditsHost: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinExecutive Producer: Crystal DeVoneWriter: Colah B TawkinSound Engineer: Carl Kevin Robinson Jr.Theme song: Ill Sounds LLCPodcast Visual Art: Colah B Tawkin Like what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram/Threads@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Presented by Black in the Garden LLC in partnership with Atlanta History CenterEpisode 1: 'Foraging for Freedom: Harriet Tubman's Botanical Legacy.' Join host, Colah B Tawkin on the 2023 Summer season opener exploring Harriet Tubman's unparalleled contributions as a naturalist, cook, herbalist, forager, and ornithology enthusiast. Discover Tubman's profound connection to the environment, her culinary ingenuity, and her role as a pioneering conductor on the Underground Railroad. Atlanta History Center’s Cherokee Garden Library is highlighted for its abundant resources; many resources found in their collections provide supplementary information that enhance the tale of Tubman's botanical journey.Learn more about Atlanta History Center: AtlantahistoryCenter.comTwitter: @ATLHistCenter IG: @AtlantahistorycenterCreditsHost: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinExecutive Producer: Crystal DeVoneWriter: Colah B TawkinSound Engineer:Calvin BailiffPodcast Visual Art: Cory France, Colah B Tawkin Trailer Video Editor: Christopher Williams @rznzproductionsLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Trailer: Season Bloom!

Trailer: Season Bloom!

2023-08-0102:23

🚨New Season Alert🚨It’s been a long time, Soil Cousins, but we're back and in full bloom! Welcome back to "Black in the Garden" for an exciting brand new season!Join your host, Colah B Tawkin, in the middle of her ‘Hort Girl Summer’ as we embark on even more botanical adventures. After a much needed break, we won’t keep you waiting again!From exploring sustainable practices to uncovering Harriet Tubman's botanical legacy, we're diving deep into the world of black individuals making their mark in farming and planting. Get ready to frolic in fields, get down and dirty in the soil, and be inspired by the remarkable stories of our guests.Subscribe now for excitement, education, and entertainment – we're bringing you a season that's bigger and better than ever before! You won't want to miss a moment of what's GROWIN' onn! Trailer dropping soon! 🎙️🌸 #BlackInTheGardenPodcast #NewSeasonAlertLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 Here's what to do to Help sustain this show:* SHARE IT!*@Blackinthegarden on Instagram #Blackinthegarden@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTokRate 5 stars on Spotify!Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Applepodcasts!Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Gardenby becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegardenSend a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.comBuy MERCH! BIkinthegarden.comDrop a line:hello@blkinthegarden.comand Subscribe on YouTube :Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
It’s 4:20 Somewhere

It’s 4:20 Somewhere

2023-04-2801:02:33

It’s 4:20 somewhere so join us for our [belated] 4th annual celebration of 420 of Black in the Garden!We're exploring plant-related occupations in the cannabis industry and some benefits of consumption. First, our resident botanist, Derek Haynes calls out a deceptive poppy from Cali. Who would Colah B Tawkin rather smoke with? You may be surprised to learn during the second half of this ‘highly inspired’ ethnobotanical celebration.BITG Theme: illsounds.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here's what to do to Help sustain this show:* SHARE IT!*@Blackinthegarden on Instagram #Blackinthegarden@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTokRate 5 stars on Spotify!Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Applepodcasts!Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Gardenby becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegardenSend a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.comBuy MERCH! BIkinthegarden.comDrop a line:hello@blkinthegarden.comand Subscribe on YouTube :Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
It’s time for reflection on this much needed Spring mic check. Colah reflects on the challenges of winter and the importance of giving ourselves grace as we grow. We also discuss upcoming episodes, including a belated 420 special and a live recording from Michigan State University. Soil Cousins, stay tuned for a new range of episode subjects and opportunities to provide feedback! Issa Fantastic Voyage!RIP Coolio💚BITG Theme: illsounds.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here's what to do to Help sustain this show:* SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram #Blackinthegarden@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTokRate 5 stars on Spotify!Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Applepodcasts!Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Gardenby becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegardenSend a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.comBuy MERCH! BIkinthegarden.comDrop a line:hello@blkinthegarden.comand Subscribe on YouTube :Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In light of the duality of the weather and the resulting confusion about when to plant, Colah B Tawkin takes on the topic of last frost dates. Colah breaks down the impact of climate change on planters and discusses three ways to calculate your last frost date in the style our Soil Cousins have come to enjoy. Happy planting y’all!BITG Theme: illsounds.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here's what to do to Help sustain this show:* SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram #Blackinthegarden@Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTokRate 5 stars on Spotify!Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Applepodcasts!Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Gardenby becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegardenSend a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.comBuy MERCH! BIkinthegarden.comDrop a line:hello@blkinthegarden.comand Subscribe on YouTube :Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Presented by Black in the Garden LLC in partnership with Atlanta History CenterEpisode 1: ‘Who’s Missing from Black Media and Gardening Media?’Join host Colah B Tawkin on Episode 1 of this 4 part series, Botanical Black History: Visiting the Landscapes of Black America for an exploration of the history of Black Media and Gardening Media as Colah discusses the history of how Black joy with plants has been largely omitted from media in American history. Atlanta History Center’s Cherokee Garden Library is highlighted for it’s abundant resources, especially the Cultural Landscapes of Black America visual arts materials. Learn more about Atlanta History Center: AtlantahistoryCenter.comTwitter: @ATLHistCenter IG: @AtlantahistorycenterTo view the Gardens and Cultural Landscapes of Black America visual arts Collection https://album.atlantahistorycenter.com/digital/collection/p17222coll23Help us ID persons, places, and plants in the collection:reference@atlantahistorycenter.comCreditsHost: Colah B TawkinProducer: Colah B TawkinExecutive Producer: Sierra ReedWriter: Colah B TawkinAssociate Producer: Maurice EcksteinSound Engineer: Jerome the PodcastMasterMusic Producer: Crios MusicPodcast Visual Art: Cory FranceTrailer Sound Engineer: Jahi WhiteheadTrailer Video Editor: Christopher Williams @rznzproductionsLike what you heard?Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden 🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
We’re partnering with Atlanta History Center for a special Botanical Black History Series: Visiting the Landscapes of Black America! Listen to the trailer and tune in next week for the PREMIERE!Learn more about Atlanta History Center:Atlantahistorycenter.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden Send a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.com🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Colah B Tawkin is literally talking sh*t about the past, present and future of a controversial fertilizer and it’s use around the world. Dig into the links below for more details.https://www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/small-farm-plan-zmaz82mjzkin/https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/when-american-cities-were-full-of-craphttps://daily.jstor.org/a-history-of-human-waste-as-fertilizer/https://daily.jstor.org/what-to-do-about-biosolids/https://www.oursoil.org/BITG Theme: illsounds.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden Send a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.com🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.comDrop a line: 📩hello@blkinthegarden.com #Blackinthegarden and Subscribe on YouTube : Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Mic Check 2-0-2-3!

Mic Check 2-0-2-3!

2023-02-1645:261

Black in the Garden is back and it’s storytime with Colah B Tawkin for this timely return. Welcome back, Soil Cousins! Tap the links below to support the podcast.Proudly supported by Atlanta Botanical Garden!Atlanta Botanical GardenBITG Theme: illsounds.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden Send a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.com🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.comDrop a line: 📩hello@blkinthegarden.com #Blackinthegarden and Subscribe on YouTube : Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Before we go any further…a special announcement: Colah B Tawkin will be recording a LIVE episode of Black in the Garden  on August 20, 2022 10am CST at Cheekwood Estate &Gardens In Nashville, TN! Special guest is local community gardener and leader: Nella ‘Ms Pearl’ Frierson. This is a special milestone for the podcast and we hope you can join us, meet Colah and enjoy the Black Arts Bash going on all day. For FREE admission:✔️Email education@cheekwood.org by Friday, August 19 at 3pm CST✔️Put ‘Black in the Garden Live’ in the subject line ✔️In the email: put your whole name and the number of tickets you’re requesting and expect a reply with pickup instructions.For more details about Cheekwood or the Black Arts Bash, visit www.cheekwood.orgWant to see Black in the Garden LIVE in your town? Text your name and where you at to (833)819-3926  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
 In this celebratory episode of Black in the Garden we meet the the visionary behind Seeds of Resilience, Tabia Lisenbee Parker. Seeds of Resilience emphasizes the stories of black farmers in Atlanta in a series of short documentaries that brings the experiences of Black agrarians in Atlanta to the forefront.As a gatherer of stories, their new documentary season continues the black oral tradition of telling our stories first hand. We unpack the origin in this part of the conversation and get to know more about Tabia in the next episode.Follow and Support Tabia:Instagram: @capturedbytabiaCAPTUREDBYTABIA Episodes from Season 1 and Season 2 will begin airing  Sunday, May 22 on WABE. View the videos on foodwellalliance.org :Go to Storytelling/Seeds of Resilience.Season 5 proudly sponsored by Atlanta Botanical Garden! Atlanta Botanical Garden | Origami in the Garden (atlantabg.org)Learn more about Underground Arborist and SUPPORT: undergroundarborist.orgBITG Theme: illsounds.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden Send a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.com🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.comVisit linktr.ee/blackinthegarden to learn more & become an AFFILIATE!Drop a line: 📩hello@blkinthegarden.com #Blackinthegarden and Subscribe on YouTube : Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This episode is focusing on artist Kristine Mays who's wire sculptures are currently touring public gardens across the U.S.(most recently featured at Atlanta Botanical Garden). The exhibit is called Rich Soil. Join us for part 2 of this conversation to hear Kristines story of how the Rich Soil exhibit was inspired, the process of her labor and the exhiobit's bi-coastal journey.Learn more and support  via these links:Kristine Mays, artist(18) Rich Soil by Kristine Mays - YouTubeSeason 5 proudly sponsored by Atlanta Botanical Garden!Coming soon:Atlanta Botanical Garden | Alston Lecture: Topiary Therapy (atlantabg.org)Learn more about Underground Arborist and SUPPORT: undergroundarborist.orgBITG Theme: illsounds.comLike what you heard?Text Colah at (833)819-3926 about your favorite moments.Here’s what to do to Help sustain this show:🤳🏾SHARE IT!@Blackinthegarden on Instagram @Blacknthegarden on Twitter@Blackinthegardn on TikTok ⭐️Rate 5 stars on Spotify!⭐️Rate 5 stars and leave a review on Apple podcasts!🌱Sow a seed of Support for Black in the Garden by becoming a PATRON!patreon.com/blackinthegarden Send a donation:Cashapp: $blackinthegardenPayPal: blackinthegarden@gmail.com🖍Buy MERCH! Blkinthegarden.comVisit linktr.ee/blackinthegarden to learn more & become an AFFILIATE!Drop a line: 📩hello@blkinthegarden.com #Blackinthegarden and Subscribe on YouTube : Black in the Garden ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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Kat D James

I just started listening and already am obsessed 😁 Just hearing you get the episode going, giving your shout outs, I adore you! So fun, love your authenticity 💛 + amazing info that I really appreciated hearing. I can't wait to keep tuning in and learning more w/ you! xxox

Jun 20th
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