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 a trio of experts talk about how inefficient and careless use of lights have removed the stars in the night sky from the lives of most Americans, and how that might cause serious physical problems.
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Mike talks to butterfly expert Doug Taron about the health of Midwest populations, then talks to a trio of experts about how light pollution can cause health problems, and how even urban areas can redicover the stars in the sky.
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Miriam Goldberger talks about her new book, Taming Wildflowers, based on knowledge gained from decades of work at Wildflower Farm in Ontario, Canada.
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Mike talks to two experts who will be part of three workshops about how to develop, grow and utilize ancient and heirloom grains at the 10th Good Food Festival in Chicago.
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Jim Slama, president and founder of FamilyFarmed.org, and Paul Saginaw of Zingerman's Deli in Ann Arbor, talk about the new model of producing good, healthy local food for the public.
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At a live broadcast from Kolateks Bakery and Deli in Chicago, Mike talks to experts about how to grow mushrooms at home and how to garden organically.
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Mike talks to a couple of experts about the study by the US Army Corps of Engineers about how invasive species can be kept from invading the Great Lakes and Mississippi watersheds.
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