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.
The Green Team handles show duties while Mike is away. They talk about farmers markets, CSAs, biking in Chicago, Inspiration Kitchens and more.
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Mike chats with Dr. Earth about his organic garden products, previews a gathering to talk about urban flooding, announces a training for the Climate Reality Project, and interviews a Chicago Alderman about reducing plastic bags in the City.
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Mike talks about a new strategy to stop bedbugs, inteviews Openlands CEO Jerry Adelmann about the organization's 50th Anniversary, and promotes an urban agriculture class directed at high schoolers.
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Mike talks to author Billy Goodnick about his new book on landscaping. Two Tree House Humane Society spokespersons describe the Cats at Work Project that has the goal of helping urban feral cats live more productive lives.
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Steward of the earth Nance Klehm has created a project called The Ground Rules, which attempts to reconnect people to the soil by teaching them how to use their organic waste to improve soil health.
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Mike discusses the plight of wolves in the American West with Jim and Jamie Dutcher, who lived among them for years and have now written a book about their experiences.
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Mike talks to city planner Chris Ziemann about the first steps in bring Bus Rapid Transit to Chicago.
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