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 city planner Chris Ziemann about Bus Rapid Transit in Chicago, welcomes Dr. Wally back to show to answer gardening questions, and promotes the new Amy Stewart book, The Drunken Botanist.
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Mike and Dr. Allan Armitage wax poetic about gardening. Then Mike welcomes authors and naturalists Jim and Jamie Dutcher, who lived among wolves for six years and have now written about it.
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Mike talks about fracking in Illinois, questions why the U.S. still doesn't have a new farm bill, and explores the difficulty in preserving urban forests.
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Mike talks to Mel Bartholomew, who created the square foot gardening concept more than 30 years ago. His book on the subject has sold more than two million copies.
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Mike talks to legendary TV news anchor Bill Kurtis, previews the Good Food Festival in Chicago, and interviews Mel Bartholomew, the creator of the square foot gardening technique.
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Mike and Lisa Albrecht broadcast live from the Forward on Climate March in Washington, D.C.
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Rich Fischer from Evolve Recycling talks about why his company reuses rather than recycles ink and laser cartridges.
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Mike announces that he will be at the Climate Forward rally in Washington, D.C., previews the MELA conference, talks about reducing ink cartridge waste, and previews an electric car rally that re-creates the first car race in America in Chicago in 1895.
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On SuperSowSunday, Mike talks to seed starters and seed savers. Then he welcomes an attorney who has been litigating bad "weed ordinance" cases for two decades, who has some advice for homeowners who want to plant natives.
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