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 a suburban arborist about trees on a city street that might be in danger of being strangled by tree lights, then dicusses the coming elections and whether or not food issues will become campaign issues.
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Mike reflects on the environmental wins and losses during the recent legislative session in Springfield, then talks to three experts about organics as well as disease and insect problems on plants this year.
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Mike talks to Charlotte Adelman about the book about Midwestern native plants that she recently co-authored with her husband.
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Mike Nowak and Beth Botts talk to Julie Emerick about how to keep Cook County Extension from being de-funded.
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Mike talks to representatives of two environmental groups fighting to keep Chicago's landfill ban, then explores the theory that planting too many male trees and shrubs is contributing to allergy and asthma problems.
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