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.
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Mike talks about the recent environmental debacle in Toledo, keeping hundreds of thousands from being able to drink clean water, then brings in the irrepressible Christy Webber to talk about her permaculture installation at Millennium Park.
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Derek Eder is co-founder of Open City, a collective that makes civic apps with open data. He talks about using data to tackle social issues such as mass transportation, urban flooding, transparency in government and more.
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Mike chats about food co-ops with folks from the Sugar Beet Co-op in Oak Park and Chicago Market in the City. Rick Moskovitz from A Plus Pest Control works with the 2014 Stihl Tour des Trees to keep mosquitoes at bay during their ride.
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Mike promotes the launch of his first book, Attack of the Killer Asparagus, then devotes the show to a couple of great Chicago garden walks--the Sheffield Garden Walk and Music Festival and the 56th Annual Dearborn Garden Walk.
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Norman Goldman came to town and Mike did a segment with him during his broadcast at Paisans in Berway.
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Mike promotes the launch of his first book with publisher Kathleen Thompson from Around the Block Press. Then he talks petcoke in Chicago with the NRDC's Josh Mogerman and the dangers of glyphosate (Roundup) with David J. Zaber.
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