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Scenic Roots - Weds 3/20/24

Scenic Roots - Weds 3/20/24
  • Come to the table: Joel Tippens talks urban agriculture.
  • NOOGAtoday’s Haley Bartlett on neighborhood associations.
  • United for Working Families; “Murder on the Orient Express.”
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
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  • Joel Tippens is an organizer for local food - the ability to grow it, access it and enjoy it. He runs the nonprofit City Farms Grower Coalition here in Chattanooga - and on Friday, at Crabtree Farms, he will host a roundtable discussion on urban agriculture and what he calls “food justice.”
  • How many neighborhood associations are on the books here in Chattanooga? More than a hundred. This month, NOOGAtoday began a series on them - with a profile of the North Chattanooga Neighborhood Association. Haley Bartlett is city editor for NOOGAtoday.
  • For this episode of "United for Working Families," we speak with Terran Anderson, vice president of community and corporate engagement at United Way of Greater Chattanooga - and Rebecca Wilson, group vice president of human resources at Kenco.
  • “Murder on the Orient Express” - Agatha Christie’s tale of detective fiction - is set on a luxury train, stopped in its tracks, during the 1930’s. On Friday, a stage adaptation premieres at Chattanooga Theatre Centre, starting at 7:30 PM - recommended for ages 13 and older.