Oct 2nd, 2009

Green Tonic: Urban Gardening for Health & Wholeness Podcast — Final Edition, Rachel Flynn & Leni Sorensen

by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

I’m pleased to release the last two podcasts featuring Rachel Flynn and Leni Sorensen, who spoke recently at our symposium:  Green Tonic: Urban Gardening for Health & Wholeness.

Rachel Flynn, the City of Richmond’s Director of Community Development, spoke candidly about what’s working well in Richmond and what’s not, and offered some of her ideas about the future of Richmond’s urban plan.  Be sure to stay tuned to the end, for the audience question and answer session.

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Leni Sorensen, African-American Research Historian at  Monticello, gives a very interesting in depth historical overview of agriculture in Virginia.

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Jonah Holland is PR & Marketing Coordinator at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, specializing in social media. She's been known to go for a walk, and come back completely inspired to write a blog post on her newest found adventure.

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  • Qingyi Pu

    The Leni Sorensen podcast is only 1:50. Can you please repost her entire remarks? Thanks!

  • You are right. There seems to be some technical difficulty. Thanks for letting us know. Let me take a look and get back to you.

  • Qingyi Pu, I’m sorry for the delay. I’ve worked out the technical difficulty with the Leni Sorensen presentation. You can now enjoy the full podcast. Thank you for your patience.