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Let it Rot!

Season 3 Episode 302 | 26m 46s

The Schley’s get grounded as they explore the composition of soil, starting with hunting for wild mushrooms with experts from the Denver Botanic Gardens. They learn how mushrooms are the fertilizers of the forest, and take these lessons back to their farm where they try to use mother nature to prep their new fields for planting.

Aired: 05/04/19
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
The Schley’s go into the forest to examine the relationship between man and trees
The Schleys appreciate their many essential community relationships
The Schley’s find the remaining 2.7-acres of an original wheat farm in Arvada.
The Schley’s consider all the ways the sun affects their home, farm and life
The Schley’s have a whole new appreciation for water.
The Schley’s explore the importance of clean air.
The Schley’s immerse themselves in the heat of the sun by visiting the Colorado Sand Dunes
The movement to living simpler by reducing a spaces carbon footprint.
Rodman and Gina explore upcycled art and fashion.
Rodman learns about wind power, solar power and climate change.
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The Schley’s find the remaining 2.7-acres of an original wheat farm in Arvada.
The Schley’s consider all the ways the sun affects their home, farm and life
The Schley’s have a whole new appreciation for water.
The Schley’s explore the importance of clean air.
The Schley’s immerse themselves in the heat of the sun by visiting the Colorado Sand Dunes
The Schley’s go into the forest to examine the relationship between man and trees
The Schleys appreciate their many essential community relationships
Rodman and Gina explore upcycled art and fashion.
The movement to living simpler by reducing a spaces carbon footprint.
Rodman learns about wind power, solar power and climate change.