Now that the shortest days of the year are behind us we can look forward to the arrival of Spring.
By Andy Wood
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button tohear Andy's commentary.
Andy Wood is Education Director for Audubon North Carolina.
Does anybody really know what time it is? Plants do.
By Barbara Sullivan
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Barbara's commentary.
Barbara Sullivan lives and gardens in historic downtown Wilmington.
A Christmas story you just might remember yourself.
By John Ormond
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear John's commentary.
John Ormond is a counselor with a full-time practice at Lumina.
Trees of the present can't help but take us back to those of the past.
By Nan Graham
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Nan's commentary.
Nan Graham is a lecturer in the Honors Department of UNCW and is a life-long Southerner.
A group of pine boxes near Andy's home have been a home to a flying squirrel, and a bat among other creatures. But the peaceful inhabitants have been disturbed by a Johnny-Come-Lately.
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Andy's commentary.
Sometimes the act of giving a gift brings as much joy to the giver as to the reciever.
By Ede Baldridge
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Ede's commentary.
Ede Baldridge writes about memorable people and place in the Southeast.
Looking at an old reproduction.
By Steven Errante
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Steven's commentary.
Steven Errante conducts the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra.
Modern cities face many challenges as they try to grow, while at the same time keeping in mind the basic needs of the human beings who live in them.
By Charles Boney
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Charles' commentary.
Architect Charles Boney and his family make their home in the historic district of downtown Wilmington.
After dropping his son off at school, Andy pulled off the road, near the school's ball field to watch a flock of White Ibis walking around the grass, apparently searching for something healthy to eat.
It might be a bit late for this Holiday season but if you invest a little time now, next year you could be using herbs grown in your own garden to create homemade gifts.
Barbara Sullivan lives and gardens in downtown Wilmington.