HGTV -Gardening programs
It seems to me that HGTV is missing out on a HUGE audience. With the economy "constriction". the number of home gardeners is increasing. Ditto for green/carbon-footprint folks. Ditto for folks coping with drought/water shortages. Ditto for soils/mulch/compost. Ditto for gardening with children or the handicapped. Ditto for vermiculture. Even a casual look at the vitality and variety of the forums in the Garden Web format should convice the folks at HGTV that they are missing a vibrant segment of the viewing & PURCHASING public.
The main HGTV site is below:
HGTV main website http://www.hgtv.com/
Check out LANDSCAPING at top of page. I noticed that the few "gardening" programs were
on very early in the day. This may be the reason that I thought they never had
garden-based programs. Nothing in prime time.
A letter form to contact them:
Do you have a question, comment, compliment or concern regarding this site?
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NOTHING VENTURED, NOTHING GAINED. If lobbying HGTV is something you think has value, may I suggest that you stay positive and focused with your SHORT [repeat mssg. for different subject] messages?
If the HGTV programers would take just a fraction of the forum threads for program ideas they will be tapping into a world of very interested and interesting folks.