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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Mr. Brown Thumb talks to Mike about his philsophy and methods of seed starting. Then Mike talks to folks from the Shedd Aquariuam and NRDC about the education and politics of Asian carp. Chris Wahmhoff from MICATS reports on the Enbridge3.
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Author Helen Yoest explains what Plants with Benefits have to offer, then Mike looks at how a granite recycler and a Goodwill CEO are teaming to reuse products while helping people earn a living wage.
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Two LaSalle County, Illinois residents and a dust law lawyer preview what might be the final evening for a hearing that will probably determine the fate of a frac sand mine in Utica.
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Rosarian and author Susan Fox talks to Mike in January about planning for roses in the 2014 growing season.
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Mike talks to the creators of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener about their how-to videos, previews the food justice weekend at a south side Chicago congregation, and talks to an entomologist about whether the cold snap slowed EAB in the Midwest.
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