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GardenComm Webinar Series: So You Want to Have a Podcast... with C.L. Fornari and Ellen Zachos
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So You Want to Have A Podcast…  ‚Äč
Podcasts are a fast growing means of communication, and unlike video, people can listen to podcasts while driving, cooking, or gardening. But is podcast production for everyone? Ellen and C.L. started their podcast, Plantrama, in the winter of 2017 and they currently average over 1,000 downloads per episode. They will describe the benefits of podcasting, the basics of recording equipment, editing software, and production; dispel some common myths; and explain options for long distance recording, web hosting, and promotion. They will also share mistakes they made. Is podcasting for you? Sign up for this webinar and find out!

Can't make the live webinar? This session will be recorded and available to all registered attendees. Even if you cannot attend, register for the live event and you'll receive a link to the recording following the presentation.

Note: Due to technical difficulties, the audio quality of this webinar is poor, yet audible. Please be aware of that before making your purchase.

About Our Speakers

Ellen Zachos is the author of seven books, and has a regular foraging column for Edible Santa Fe. A former Broadway performer (cast of Les Miz), Ellen is a Harvard graduate and earned multiple certificates in horticulture and ethnobotany at the New York Botanic Garden. She taught at the NYBG for many years, and worked there as Coordinator of the Gardening Department in Continuing Ed, before moving to Santa Fe. In 2017 Ellen launched her first online foraging course. She blogs at and podcasts

C.L. Fornari is the author of eight books and numerous articles. She’s currently the host of GardenLine, on WXTK and co-host of the Plantrama podcast. CL speaks to horticultural trade shows, gardening groups and public gatherings, and she runs a consultation service and writes for Hyannis Country Garden, an independent garden center. Her not-so-secret mission is to get horticulture back into pop culture…in the meantime she cultivates plants at Poison Ivy Acres on Cape Cod, blogs at, and drops podcasts at


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