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.
safety of vegetables gardens, 2010 STIHL Tour des Trees reunion.
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New non-native insects and diseases regulations, recognition of Starhill Forest Arboretum, 61st Street Garden
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Mike talks to Food and Water Watch organizer Jessica Fujan about the effort to get the Illinois Senate to pass a law requiring GMO food products to be labeled in the state.
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After Mike talks to Maria Anna Rafac and Jeanne Phelan about sustainability efforts at Joliet Junior College, the Frozen Robins enter the studio and skewer mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel in song. Mr. Brown Thumb provides some needed substance.
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Mike talks to Doug Tallamy about his ground breaking book and about how important native plants are for biodiversity on our fragile planet.
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Mike talks to David A. Kraft of the Nuclear Energy Information Service about the future of nuclear energy in the U.S. and why drought conditions makes nuclear plants less safe.
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Mike interviews Benjamin Cox from Friends of the Forest Preserves; Julie Rizzo, who is making a difference by recycling granite; and Scott Kuntz from Old House Gardens, which preserves and sells heirloom bulbs.
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Mike talks to Blake Davis, Carla McGarrah and Tim Sparer, just three of the many people working to convert a former meat packing plant on Chicago's south side into a vision of the sustainable future.
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