Amy Coplen's Garden Voices on NPR

Garden Voices
A series of vignettes that feature community gardeners in New Haven air this week on the programs Morning Edition and All Things Considered on WSHU 91.1 FM. The series was produced by master’s student Amy Coplen (MEM ‘12), who was inspired by her love of urban agriculture and oral history. Visit Coplen’s website Garden Voices, where you can watch an interview with one of the gardeners, Chris Randall. The project is in collaboration with the Land Trust Alliance and the New Haven Land Trust.

WSHU Radio Segments

Ida Wells
Enza Maddaloni
Chris Randall
PUBLISHED: November 11, 2011
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