Host Teresa Retzlaff talks with co-host emeritus Jessica Schleif about the knowledge we glean from our experiences and from each other about the natural world, and being open to the rules as we understand them changing over time.
Teresa Retzlaff is joined by co-host emeritus Jessica Schleif for a discussion of all things early fall in our coastal farms and gardens.
Host Teresa Retzlaf discusses dry farming with her guest, Amy Garret of the OSU Extension Small Farms Project.
Host Teresa Retzlaff talks with Ketzel Levine about her work with the Wonder Garden at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita.
Teresa interviews Julie Hackett and John Haul of Laughing Rabbit Farm in lewis and clark of the north coast region.
Teresa talks with Aaron Grothe (“growth”), OSU extension regional fire specialist, about wildfires, prevention, preparedness, and more.
Teresa and Jessica talk about weather frustrations, and how they’re dealing with this year’s dreary forecasts
Teresa and Jessica talk about their biggest plant regrets, and how to avoid them.
Host Teresa Retzlaf talks with Jennifer Childress of Nehalem, discussing how her gardening practice has changed since her children left home.
Teresa Retzlaff talks with KMUN’s News Director, Katie Frankowicz, in this special Spring Pledge Drive edition of In Season.
Host Teresa Retzlaff interviews Carla Cole, the Natural and Cultural Resource Program Lead at the Lewis & Clark National Historic Park, about her work at one of our region’s many beautiful natural spaces.
Teresa talks with horticulturalist Amy Erfling on plant terminology, and how to set yourself up for success by understanding some basic gardening concepts.
Hosts Teresa Retzlaff and Jessica Schleif talk deep winter, uncharacteristically cold and snowy coastal weather, and the process of letting go when nature makes its own decisions.
Host and farmer Teresa Retzlaff interviews gardener and artist Linda Cochran about her work with native plants on the northwest coast, from a beautifully curated garden on Bainbridge Island to Port Ludlow on the Olympic Peninsula.
Host Teresa Retzlaff talks with Jessica Schleif about autumn things, garlic, bulbs, perennial planting, and other seasonal thoughts for this time of year.
Teresa Retzlaff interviews local journalist Katie Frankowicz about her journey as a fledgling gardener in Astoria over the past few years, and the joys and lessons it has brought to her.
Host Teresa Retzlaff talks about when things go wrong, and how to troubleshoot frustrating setbacks in the farms and gardens of the lower Columbia Pacific region.
Mike Patterson, a self-described “counter of things,” talks with host Teresa Retzlaff about his work in tracking migrant shorebirds, neotropical creatures, and more, throughout the north coast region.
Host Teresa Retzlaff interviews Julia Wentzel, Program Coordinator for Tillamook and Clatsop County Master Gardeners and Small Farms, and discusses the upcoming Clatsop Master Gardener Plant Sale, happening at the end of May.
Host Teresa Retzlaff talks with Esther Moberg of Lagom Small Farm, a 4 acre hobby farm in Olney. Esther raises quails, ducks and chickens for eggs, keeps two escape-artist Highland cows and grows flowers for her flower stand on Highway 202.
Teresa Retzlaff interviews Emily Vollmer of Birdsong Farm & Apiary, while sitting next to Coal Creek on her farm in the Nehalem Valley.
Host Teresa Retzlaff and guest Kati Claborne chat about why KMUN is important to them, how gardening and radio have helped them get through this past year, and how you can support us in this first week of our spring pledge drive.
Hosts Jessica Schleif and Teresa Retzlaff talk about late winter cool-weather crops, indoor seed germinating, getting the most out of plant starts, and maintaining motivation as a beginning plant steward.
Hosts Jessica Schleif and Tereza Retzlaff talk ups and downs in winter coastal weather, and preparing our farms and gardens for the upcoming warmer months.
Host Jessica Schleiff talks with Jesse Jones, the volunteer coordinator for CoastWatch and chair of North Oregon Coast chapter of the SurfRider Foundation, about her relationship with water and the environment in the north Oregon coastal region.
Hosts Jessica Schleiff and Teresa Retzlaff talk about the beauty of the winter months, our region’s complex system of microclimates, and how they’re celebrating the holidays by supporting other makers and artisans in our communities.
Host Jessica Schleif interviews Astoria fiber artist, natural dyer, and baker Iris Sullivan Daire about fiber arts and the beauty offered to us by plants.
Host Teresa Retzlaff talks with Nehalem farmer and florist, Sarah Zwissler of Neahkahnie Blooms, about her journey and process in operating a cut flower garden on the Oregon coast.
Local farmer Teresa Retzlaff talks with Carolina Lees of Corvus Landing Farm on Neskowin Creek about the end of the season and running a farm business in the era of the coronavirus.
In Season explores the gardens and farms of the Lower Columbia Pacific region. Farmer Teresa Retzlaff and gardener Jessica Schleiff speak with gardeners, farmers, ecologists, biologists — anyone whose interests, work, and experiences are part of our region’s growing farm and garden community.