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 welcomes Chicago singer-songwriter Susan Werner to the studio on the verge of a national tour to launch her new CD, Hayseed.
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Mike talks to a naturalist about the recent bee massacre in Oregon and how to create habitat for solitary bees. Then, singer-songwriter Susan Werner stops by to perform works from her new CD, Hayseed.
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Mike talks about a family volunteer opportunity at the end of September for people in the Chicago Wilderness region, then talks to author Amy Stewart about her upcoming appearances in Illinois and Michigan.
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Mike enlists the aid of Producer Heather Frey, Our Town host Mike Sanders and Mighty House host Ron Cowgill to help him with his annual performance of the classic holiday film.
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Mike and producer Heather Frey talk about the holidays and review some of the gardening and environmental stories that fell throught the cracks this year.
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Mike Nowak, producer Heather Frey and listener Jim Solum perform a ten-minute version of the classic holiday movie.
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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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