A Life in Gourds


By Judith Siers-Poisson | July 18, 2014

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Humans have used gourds for a variety of purposes for centuries. Artist Terri Schmit didn’t even know what a gourd was until she met her future husband. She’s since become the “gourd girl,” creating art and teaching others about this fascinating fruit. Judith Siers-Poisson has the story.

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Judith Siers-Poisson is the executive producer of WPR’s Central Time.
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