The entry page for audio files of Mike Nowak's full shows on WCPT Radio, Chicago.
If you missed a show or just want to browse through some past shows, here they are, in their entirety. (Since this is new, we're working out the bugs. If you have any complaints, comments, or suggestions email the webmaster. Please.)
Lucie Amundsen from Locally Laid Egg Company explains why treating chickens humanely results in a better egg. Mike rants about the City of Chicago's inability to deal properly with yard waste. Kay McKeen of SCARCE promotes the first Illinois pumpkin recycling effort. Author and blogger Benjamin Vogt talks about how the average gardener can combat species loss.
Mike promotes the efforts of the Illinois Extension Home, Yard and Garden Pest Newsletter. Emily Carroll, Midwest Region Director for Food and Water Watch, and Janet Donoghue from Southern Illinois University preview an action to persuade the Joint Committee for Administrative Rules (JCAR) to vote to against approving IDNR revised fracking rules for Illinois. Author and environmental writer Jeff Biggers comes to the studio to talk about his new book, Reckoning at Eagle Creek, about the devastating effects of coal mining in Illinois and the rest of the country. Attorneys Penni S. Livingston and Natalie Laczek describe their efforts to sue the U.S. for coal mine violations in Illinois.