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 and Peggy invite staff from the Peterson Garden Project into the studio to talk about their 30 Days of Doing. Benjamin Cox from Friends of the Forest Preserves reports on the state of the largest forest preserve district in the world.
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Mike Nowak and Peggy Malecki talk Pam Todd and Arthur Smith from the newly formed Chicago Living Corridors about their goal to win a 100 million dollar grant to reverse the damage of ecosystem fragmentation.
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Mike and Peggy talk to the founder of a natural lawn care company, get fall advice on edibles from The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener, and explore why a brand new conservation group wants to get a 100 million dollar grant.
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Mike and Peggy report on Rob Greenfield's latest environmental adventure, talk to a couple of teachers who are making a difference on Chicago's south side, and explore how good municipal design can help to keep people healthy.
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