fruit http://wrvo.org en Can it! Preserving summer's fresh fruits and vegetables http://wrvo.org/post/can-it-preserving-summers-fresh-fruits-and-vegetables <p>Berries, cucumbers and green beans oh my! If you love the freshness of summer produce, you might want to try canning fresh fruits and vegetables so you can enjoy them all year long. And now’s the time to start <a href="http://oldworldgardenfarms.com/2013/03/12/growing-a-garden-for-canning-how-to-plan-to-can-and-save-big/">planning your canning project</a>.</p><p>This week on “Take Care,” <a href="http://herbgardens.about.com/bio/Amy-Jeanroy-42668.htm">Amy Jeanroy</a>, author of “<a href="http://www.dummies.com/store/product/Canning-and-Preserving-For-Dummies-2nd-Edition.productCd-0470504552.html">Canning and Preserving for Dummies</a>,” discusses the many ways <a href="http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/canning-preserving-for-dummies-allinone-cheat-shee.html">beginning canners</a> can get started.</p><p><strong>Click 'Read More' to hear our interview with Amy Jeanroy.</strong></p><p> Sun, 08 Jun 2014 23:00:00 +0000 Take Care Staff 56930 at http://wrvo.org Can it! Preserving summer's fresh fruits and vegetables Lessons From The January Thaw http://wrvo.org/post/lessons-january-thaw <p>This archived broadcast, Lessons From The January Thaw, is from January 22, 1988. John Weeks talks about what it is like when all the snow begins to melt. Weeks' friend describes the January thaw as, "this January thaw is great but still an ugly time." Weeks' says that there is usually a variety of food sources when the snowbanks melt such as fruits, twigs, and berries. Also, some plants may or may not survive due to the January thaw. The January thaw is also described as mud and grit everywhere and it can also reak havoc in some places.</p> Thu, 20 Feb 2014 17:30:00 +0000 John Weeks 51529 at http://wrvo.org Farmers and beekeepers respond to colony collapse http://wrvo.org/post/farmers-and-beekeepers-respond-colony-collapse <p><span id="primaryContentDepotPortlet.contentDescription">Since 2006, honey bees have been abandoning seemingly healthy hives in large numbers, raising alarm among beekeepers, farmers and researchers. But, the industries that are dependent on honey bees are finding ways to manage the losses. </span> Wed, 22 May 2013 12:45:28 +0000 Matt Richmond 38239 at http://wrvo.org Farmers and beekeepers respond to colony collapse The Fruit of the Vine http://wrvo.org/post/fruit-vine <p>John Weeks sits down for an interview with a grape grower to discuss the grape culture in the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York. Fri, 25 Jan 2013 13:25:00 +0000 John Weeks 29231 at http://wrvo.org How odd weather is hurting New York fruit growers http://wrvo.org/post/how-odd-weather-hurting-new-york-fruit-growers <p>The apple crop in New York is the second-largest in the country, behind only Washington State. Cherries, peaches, apricots and grapes are also big business in New York.</p><p> Wed, 25 Apr 2012 16:37:12 +0000 Matt Richmond 18196 at http://wrvo.org How odd weather is hurting New York fruit growers