I’m on the Stereo, Stereo-o

I’m going to be interviewed live on “The Artist’s Lifestyle” talking about You Grow Girl, gardening, and the art. When: Tuesday, Jan 30. 5:30-6:00pm What: 93.3 FM CFMU To listen online: Go to the website and click on “webcast” [left sidebar].


Center Stage Chicago

- From: Centre Stage Chicago (July 2, 2006) “To boost my odds, I enlisted some expert tips from garden guru Gayla Trail, whom I met at a planting demo she gave at Old Town’s luscious A New Leaf boutique. Founder of YouGrowGirl.com (a must-bookmark for any urban gardener) and author of a book by the


Vegetarian Times – Interview

- From: Vegetarian Times (July/August 06) Interviewed for an article on composting, “Composting 101” -pages 48-51


This Next Reviews “You Grow Girl” Book

- From: ThisNext (Summer 2006) “Great layout and images. Green-thumb guys shouldn’t be afraid to check it out, too!” “this lovely book by gayla trail is just what i need to get my sad looking garden on my strip of balcony growing again. it’s fun reading, wonderfully designed and has more than gardening tips such

CraftSanity Episode 23: Grow Your Own with Gayla Trail

Listen to the podcast here. “In this episode Gayla, 32, will tell us the story of how her website sprouted into the book (You Grow Girl: The Groundbreaking Guide to Gardening) and now a TV show in the making. In her book, Gayla presents great gardening information in an accessible and fun-to-read way, giving even

Gardening & Deck Design – Point, Click, Plant

- From Gardening & Deck Design (Summer 2006) “Wonderfully informative and full of personality, this Website takes the intimidation factor out of gardening and makes it accessible to everyone. In addition to seasonally updated articles, tips, recipes and more, You Grow Girl has sections for blogs and forums, giving readers the opportunity to connect with


Gardening & Deck Design – Gardening with Gayla Trail

- From: Gardening & Deck Design (Summer 06) “My concept of what’s possible as far as gardening goes is pretty open ended,” says Gayla Trail, who grows edibles and ornamentals on a roof deck, in a strip of city-owned property at the side of her apartment building and at a community garden. Trail credits her


Canadian House & Home – Groundbreakers Profile

- From: Canadian House & Home (May 2006 – Green Issue) “Ripe with tips and anecdotes geared towards the urban gardener, the book is an offshoot of her flourishing website yougrowgirl.com, where a growing community of gardeners share inspiration and advice.”


Chicago Apartment Therapy

- From Chicago Apartment Therapy (April 2006.) “Speaking of Spring, You Grow Girl is an amazing website that will inspire both the novice and experienced gardener (and no, you don’t have to be a girl). Our friend Roni turned us on to You Grow Girl a couple of weeks ago, and we have been daydreaming

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