Jeff Quattrone of the Library Seed Bank of New Jersey

Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck interviews Jeff Quattrone of the Library Seed Bank about the Folklife Foodway of Jersey Tomato seeds and their impact. Listeners will learn about history of seed banks, and their impact on community outreach and history.

Imelda Brito and Pedro Hernandez

Don Pedro Hernandez (87) e Imelda Brito (66) hablan de la agricultura y el papel que juega en su comunidad. También platican del proceso de sembrar y cosechar en su tierra, los animales que cuidan y la pasión que tienen...

Kate Alpin and Franchesca Peña

Franchesca Peña [no age given] interviews new acquaintance and conversation partner Kate McAlpin (40) about her work as the executive director at the Woodlands Garden in Decatur, Georgia.

Betty O'Connor and Milly Murphy

Betty O'Connor (64) interviews her mother, Milly Murphy (93), about her childhood, marriage to her husband, and her earliest memories from the 1930s in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.

Robin Friese:. Robin’s Nest

Robin talks about her work in Denver working with families and their urban gardens

In the Garden – Paulist Fr. Ted Vierra

In this interview with Emanuele Sesta, Paulist Fr. Ted Vierra discusses his life, vocation story and ministry. Paulist Fr. Ted Vierra, age 89, has been a priest for 59 years. He lives at the Paulist rectory next to St. Paul...

Common Ground Tacony Oral History Project: Rich

Rich, a longtime resident, of Tacony is now caretaker an abandoned and overgrown citygarden in Keystone Park. Working his whole life as a contractor and 22 years in recovery, Rich talks about his experiences living through addiction to then building...