Mike Nowak, co-host Peggy Malecki and members of the show's green team discuss important gardening and environment topics with authorities in the field.
Mike and Peggy report on Rob Greenfield's latest environmental adventure, talk to a couple of teachers who are making a difference on Chicago's south side, and explore how good municipal design can help to keep people healthy.
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Mike and Peggy welcome a couple of Illinois giant pumpkin growers, examine why Ron Cowgill's Marshall Strawberries are out of control, and visit a south side park that has lost all of its century-old trees.
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Mike and Peggy welcome Dallas Goldtooth, who is a Native American activist and comedian. He talks about being at the site of the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota.
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Mike and Peggy preview a farm stroll in McHenry County, promote a Chicago Wilderness crowd funding campaign to save 12 crucial local species, and talk to activist and comedian Dallas Goldtooth about the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Mike and Peggy travel to Green Bay, Wisconsin to broadcast from the 2016 Factory Farm Summit, presented by the Socially Responsible Agricultural Project (SRAP)
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Mike and Peggy investigate the closing of the South Shore Farmers Market, get an update from the Chicago Farm Report, and spend an hour talking about weather and climate issues with meteorologist Rick DiMaio.
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Mike and Peggy preview the opening of the Regenstein Learning Campus at the Chicago Botanic Garden, talk to the director and starring actress in Turn Here Sweet Corn, and report on protests against the Dakota Acces and Enbridge 5 pipelines.
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Mike and Peggy welcome the founder of G-Ride, the world's first green ride sharing program, discover how one group is helping Chicago Public School studens learn about growing plants, and get advice on late season native plants.
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Mike and Peggy preview the Oak Park Micro Brew Review, revisit the Chicago plastic bag ban, and talk to the creator of an LED light that could help grow plants indoor more efficiently.
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