April Jordan has perfected the art of foraging for food along the Erie Canal. Want to know how which part of a cattail you can eat? How to make acorn flour? Where to find the best berries? Should you eat ferns raw or cooked? Listen and find out!
SPOILER ALERT: You know that bambooish looking plant? You can eat that too!
Everyone loves seeing the Fairport Crew Club out on the canal! What started as handful of teenagers in 1999 has grown to a team of over 100 kids! Hear all about:
Ever wanted to do something completely different with your life? Julie Stolze was a stay-at-home mom, until her youngest was in 8th grade, and then decided to try something totally new! Hear all about what surprised her about owning a small business, how she unwinds in her little red convertible bug (!!!), the people who cheered her along the way and her most unusual flavor of peanut butter!
In Episode Two, I chat with Fairport resident, Christina Bancroft. She and her husband struggled with infertility for eight years before undergoing a frozen embryo transfer using donor eggs. Hear all about their journey from fertility treatments arriving at their doorstep, to what kept them strong and sane during those years, and how they eventually ended up at a clinic in Washington State.
Get your tissues ready for the moment when after eight years of waiting, Christina finally hears a nurse say "Congratulations, you're pregnant!" and she drives to her husband's police station to give him the news.
*My voice is slightly quiet in this podcast, but you can hear Christina loud and clear - which is great because she has one amazing story!