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.
Beth Terry talks about her personal journey towards a plastics free life and explains how others can reduce the use of plastics in their own lives.
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Mike and LaManda Joy, a founder of The Peterson Garden Project in Chicago, chat about her new book, Start a Community Food Garden, as well as the continuing success of the PGP.
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Mike welcomes former Chicago Gardener of the Year Laury Lewis, who talks about the upcoming Sheffield Garden Walk and Festival and helps Mike answer gardening questions.
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Broadcasting from the Center on Halsted before the 2012 Chicago Pride Parade, Mike discusses water reclamation issues with MWRD Commissioner Debra Shore, then examines the progress of the 2012 Farm Bill now making its way through Congress.
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Local food advocate Debbie Hillman talks about her effort to inject food policy into the political dialogue in an election year.
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Mike talks about a Kickstarter campaign that will bring together people who grow food with people who want it, then talks to the assistant principal of a Chicago High School that is trying to eliminate an urban food desert.
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