Presenting SponsorFries Tallman Lumber
Produced & Managed ByRegina & Region Home Builders' Association
Carson Arthur started his television career as a behind-the-scenes prop coordinator for a national garden call-in show. Very quickly, Carson turned an opportunity to host his own show into a landscape design staple. With international coverage, Carson has become a voice of environmentally friendly landscape design on a global scale. By addressing outdoor challenges with a keen sense of style and a passion for eco-consciousness, Carson continues to reinvent the definition of gardening. With his first series, Room To Grow, Carson created inspired outdoor spaces for homeowners and taught a generation of viewers how to increase their own living spaces by expanding outside. Following on the heels of his first success, Green Force provided Carson with the opportunity to take on some of the largest challenges associated with urban living. Carson and his team travel throughout a large urban center and tackle some of the most depressing, under-utilized, and forgotten spaces around us turning them into parks and beautiful art installations while using environmentally friendly techniques and products.
Carson takes pride in where he lives and what he does. As the spokesperson for RTF WaterSaver, Grass seed, PureRain North America, and Black and Decker Canada, Carson has made the most of his television career to date by being active in helping to develop a better understanding of green living. When not in the dirt; Carson stays busy building, planting, writing or designing as a featured guest on CityLine, Steven & Chris, and as a contributing writer for Wal-Mart's upcoming retail magazine. Look for Carson as the newest host for The Shopping Channel as he rolls out amazing new products for the great outdoors in 2013.
Thursday, March 21
5:30pm - Show Me The Money
8:00pm - The New Low-Maintenance
Friday, March 22
4:15pm - The New Low-Maintenance
6:45pm - Show Me The Money
Saturday, March 23
3:00pm - Show Me The Money
5:30pm - The New Low-Maintenance
Sunday, March 24
12:45pm - The New Low-Maintenance
3:15pm - Show Me The Money
* Show Me The Money - Focuses on environmental changes that people can make to their outdoor spaces which will improve the home value.
* The New Low-Maintenance - Landscape design is changing our homes but is it for the better? The top trends that everyone needs to know about.