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 talk to Kathleen Thompson about how mold in the Midwest is a more serious allergen than many people realize. Entomologist Doug Taren talks about butterflies, dragonflies, fireflies and other insects.
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Mike and Peggy talk bonsai with Dan Kosta, urban growing with Billy Burdett of Advocates for Urban Agriculture, and the state of fruits and veggies with Lisa Hilgenberg from the Chicago Botanic Garden.
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Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott talks with Mike and Peggy first about her book, How Plants Work, then about her work with The Garden Professors blog, and the controversy surrounding her work at Washington State University.
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Mike and Peggy welcome C.L. Fornari, author of The Cocktail Hour Garden, and Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott, author of How Plants Work.
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Mike and Peggy talk about the evolution of garden walks in the 21st Century and welcome Laury Lewis from the Sheffield Music Festival and Garden Walk and Saima Abbasi from Go Green Wilmette to discuss their different events.
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Lisa Kivirist, who, with her husband John Ivanko, runs a bed and breakfast in Wisconsin called Inn Serendipity, talks about their new cookbook, Farmstead Chef.
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Live Broadcast, Leave No Child Inside Month initiative, other guests.
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