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 talks to horticulturist, author, radio & TV personality and educator Melinda Myers about as many gardening topics as they can cram into about 50 minutes.
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Bill Shores, who has been growing food for chef Rick Bayless and his restaurants for a decade, gives Mike a tour of the small but extremely productive garden he manages in Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood.
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Mike visits the backyard garden of Chicago chef Rick Bayless, where horticulturist Bill Shores grows organic produce for the award winning restaurants. Then Mike talks to a Roosevelt University student about his new recycling app.
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Mike talks to Tom Ogren, who is currently in Canada, reporting on how planting of male cloned trees and shrubs contributes to allergy and asthma problems in that country and the U.S.
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Mike goes out to the Chicago suburb of Oak Park to talk to a few people who are working to create a suburban wildlife corridor, then chats about a new phone app and other helpful features available from Bonnie Plants.
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Mike joins a group of concerned citizens on an Earth Day walk to the despoiled Lake Calumet on Chicago's southeast side.
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