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.
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Mike talks to Alexis Baden-Mayer about her action in Chicago that shows how many food products contain Genetically Modified Organisms.
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Mike talks about why the Chicago River is still too polluted, gets advice from a couple of gardening activists about how to set up a community garden, and examines current and future City of Chicago food policies.
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Mike talks to arborists from The Care of Trees about Emerald Ash Borer, goes out to the WCPT parking lot to visit Truck Farm Chicago, celebrates Chicago River Week, and previews the The annual Kilbourn Park Organic Greenhouse plant sale.
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Mike gloats over his--and Swiss chard's--victory in the 2011 One Seed Chicago vote, interviews the director of the documentary "Queen of the Sun," talks about how to keep critters from eating your spring plants, and introduces Wild Goose Farm.
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Mike and Heather wax poetic on honey badger, then Mike talks about Poo Free Parks, the 9th Annual Growing Home Benefit, the Garlic Mustard Challenge, "Where's My Walderman?" and rezoning the city to accommodate agriculture. Whew!
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