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Great Expeditions: Quarryhill Botanical Garden
The Quarryhill Botanical Garden is a North Bay hidden horticultural gem located in Glen Ellen. The garden is a lush cornucopia of endangered plant life grown from seed during the last quarter century. Executive Director William McNamara discusses the annual expeditions Quarryhill makes to collect se...
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Educating the Next Generation: Quarryhill Botanical Garden
The Quarryhill Botanical Garden is a North Bay hidden horticultural gem located in Glen Ellen. The garden is a lush cornucopia of endangered plant life grown from seed during the last quarter century. Executive Director William McNamara discusses Quarryhill’s educational agenda, which buses local So...
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California Conservationism: Quarryhill Botanical Garden
The Quarryhill Botanical Garden is a North Bay hidden horticultural gem located in Glen Ellen. The garden is a lush cornucopia of endangered plant life grown from seed during the last quarter century. Executive Director William McNamara discusses why inviting the public into this local Sonoma County...
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Californian Provenance: Bookseller Ben Kinmont
Antiquarian bookseller Ben Kinmont specializes in 15th to 19th century books about food and wine. During a tour of his Sebastopol shop, Mr. Kinmont displays and discusses a few choice items in his inventory: a second edition of the first cookbook ever printed (over 500 years ago in Italy), and a cop...
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Antiquarian Localvore: Bookseller Ben Kinmont
Antiquarian bookseller Ben Kinmont specializes in 15th to 19th century books about food and wine. During a tour of his Sebastopol shop, Mr. Kinmont explains the connection between a 17th century English cookbook, Alice Waters and the Bay Area’s localvore, seasonal food movement. (Director-Producer:...
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North Bay Bountiful: Geothermal Energy
Jim Kluesener, Vice President Geothermal Region for Calpine, explains how “The Geysers” geothermal energy complex works. What is the geology? What are the cost savings compared to traditional carbon energy sources? What is the process?

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