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.
Chicago's war on local food, 18th Annual Natural Landscaping Seminar
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Horticultural topics, comedial improvisation.
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Mike and Peggy talk about the Garden Clubs of Illinois and their program to help monarch butterflies, then discuss the recent decision to allow Waukesha, Wisconsin to tap into Lake Michigan water.
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Mike talks about insects as a healthy food choice, visits the Soilmobile on its mission to educate folks about organic growing, and talks to the director of the At the Fork documentary film and two farmers about humane animal treatment.
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Mike looks at a suburban farm that helps U.S. veterans re-enter the workforce, gets the latest from the Chicago Farm Report, and talks to astronomers and award-winning high school students about why we should be able to see stars in the Chicago sky.
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Mike connects via Skype with a team of designers and growers in Dublin, Ireland to talk about their award-winning display, commemorating the Chicago-Ireland connection, at the 10th Annual Bloom Festival.
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Mike welcomes Michael and Amelia Howard, two south side Chicago environmentalists who helped to transform a dump site into a nature center that serves to teach children and their parents how to create and care for urban eco-systems.
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