A/V Fridays – Rachel & Me on WROC-TV’s Go Green Segment

Posted on September 11, 2009 by Allie

Yesterday morning, Rachel and I shot a Go Green segment for WROC-TV (as you may have guessed from yesterday’s post).  The video is up, but I can’t imbed it, so you’ll have to head over to RochesterHomepage.net to watch.


They did a great closeup on Rachel’s purple leather cuff.  It’s from her Summer 2009 Recycled Leather collection.  You can read more about the collection at Made By Rachel, and if you live in Rochester, you can find the collection at Thread.

While you’re over at Rochester Homepage, check out this video about vertical gardening.  It’s really cool.  Did you know you can grow eggplant on the side of your house?


  1. Great segment! I’m excited to see the changes you’re making here and that Rachel is part of it. Makes me want to be a greenist too. :)

    September 11th, 2009 at 10:33 am
    Comment by Lindsay
  2. I can’t get the darn thing to play. I’ll try again later, because I’m dying to hear about the banker! :)

    September 11th, 2009 at 1:56 pm
    Comment by Noelle
  3. I still can’t get it to play! Grumble. But I did read the article with it, and Mickey is very offended at being called a “forest ranger.” He’s a PARK RANGER.

    September 11th, 2009 at 7:50 pm
    Comment by courtney
  4. Aw, I can’t seem to get it to play, either :( (Is it sad that I’m sad because I was looking forward to not only seeing you, but a little bit of home by watching a WROC clip?)

    Still, very cool. I hope the clip becomes play-able again soon, as I really would like to watch it. Ah, Rochester… :)

    September 12th, 2009 at 1:51 am
    Comment by Stephanie PTY
  5. It doesn’t like me either, but YAY for you being on TV!

    September 12th, 2009 at 7:53 am
    Comment by Vanessa
  6. Nope, its a teaser. No play today it say.

    September 12th, 2009 at 2:49 pm
    Comment by Roger Nehring

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