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 some of the people who work at Inspiration Kitchens, which provides job training for the homeless, ex-offenders and low income citizens.
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Mike and his guests talk about how community gardeners are working together in Chicago, then he previews a food scrap composting seminar, and talks to Farmer John Peterson about his KickStarter to raise money for Angelic Organics.
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Bob Fisher of the Bird Conservation Network talks to Mike about the potential--good and bad--for wind turbines in Lake Michigan.
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Mike talks about three news stories related to food issues, talks to a bird expert about whether wind turbines in Lake Michigan would harm birds and other wildlife, then looks at a financial plan for supporting organic farms.
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Mike talks to Jerry Adelmann, President and CEO of Openlands, about accomplishments of the organization as it reaches the 50 year milestone.
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Mike talks to Kathy Cummings, whose award winning garden was fined by the city for violating a weed ordinance.
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