[Videolib] Found great series on gardens

Steve Fesenmaier (mystery12@charter.net)
Wed, 21 Jun 2006 19:41:21 -0400

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Former West Virginia Gardener Hosts TV Series


Rebecca Frischkorn once lived in Charleston, becoming a well-known local
garden expert. Several years ago she moved to Charlottesville where she
began working on a four part TV series on gardening called "Garden
Story." She worked with Professor Reuben Rainey of UVA's Dept. of
Landscape Architecture and film director/producer Bill Reifenberger,
best known for "Tuskegee Airmen." Together they made a four-part series
- "Garden as Muse," Garden as Classroom," Garden as Realm of Artistic
Creativity" and "The Garden as Environmental Stewardship."


The last episode was filmed at Upper Shavers Fork in Randolph County. It
shows how various groups and activists are working to preserve the rare
plants and animals in the area. Some of the locals include Ruth
Blackwell Rogers, biologist Rodney Bartgis, director of the WV chapter
of the Nature Conservancy, Charleston photographer Steve Payne and
Charleston landscape painter Susan Poffenbarger. It shows that the
definition of "garden" can be expanded to include a nature preserve.


If you would like to buy the four-part series o DVD, visit its website
at - http://www.gardenstory.org/default.asp. It sells for only $12.99.

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Former West Virginia Gardener Hosts TV Series

 

Rebecca Frischkorn once lived in Charleston, becoming a well-known local garden expert. Several years ago she moved to Charlottesville where she began working on a four part TV series on gardening called “Garden Story.” She worked with Professor Reuben Rainey of UVA’s Dept. of Landscape Architecture and film director/producer Bill Reifenberger, best known for “Tuskegee Airmen.” Together they made a four-part series – “Garden as Muse,” Garden as Classroom,” Garden as Realm of Artistic Creativity” and “The Garden as Environmental Stewardship.”

 

The last episode was filmed at Upper Shavers Fork in Randolph County. It shows how various groups and activists are working to preserve the rare plants and animals in the area. Some of the locals include Ruth Blackwell Rogers, biologist Rodney Bartgis, director of the WV chapter of the Nature Conservancy, Charleston photographer Steve Payne and Charleston landscape painter Susan Poffenbarger. It shows that the definition of “garden” can be expanded to include a nature preserve.

 

If you would like to buy the four-part series o DVD, visit its website at - http://www.gardenstory.org/default.asp. It sells for only $12.99.



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