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Eco Feature – March 8th, 2018

This week, WFHB’s Norm Holy speaks with Jeff Dukes about his work on climate assessments for Indiana.

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Eco Report – March 8th, 2018

In this week’s episode of Eco Report WFHB’s Don Geyra and Julianna Dailey report on Monroe County’s timber purchase from land donated by the US Forest Service, a new organization advocating for renewable energy, the proposal of ‘bobcat season’ and the count of monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico. All and more in this week’s run-down of ecological news. This week’s …

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Eco Feature – March 1st, 2018

This week, we’ll hear a presentation from Jeff Dukes, the Director of the Purdue Climate Change Research Center.

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Eco Report – March 1, 2018

In this weeks episode of Eco Report, WFHB’s David Lyman and Andrew Brown report on the controlled burns of 5000 acres of Indiana Forest, Vectren’s plans to shut down three coal power plants and the Indiana DNR proposing to open hunting and trapping seasons for bobcats. This and more in Eco Report’s radio rundown of ecological news.   This week’s …

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Eco’s “Get Out and Hike!” – February 22nd, 2018

In this week’s episode of “Get Out and Hike!”  WFHB’s Jan Walker interviews Curtis Smith.

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Eco Feature – February 22nd, 2018

In this week’s feature, W-F-H-B correspondent Norm Holy interviews Regina Asmutis Silva from the Whale and Dolphin Conservation about Right Whales.

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Eco Report – February 22nd, 2018

In this week’s run-down of ecological news Eco Report’s Linda and Glenn Lightner report on the bill called the Fair Agricultural Reporting Method Act, the relocation of the non-profit Uplands PEAK Sanctuary and the push from Environmentalists urging state governors to ban total release foggers, known popularly as bug bombs.  And more is this week’s episode of Eco Report. This week’s …

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Eco Feature-February 15th, 2018

In this week’s feature, WFHB correspondent Rebecca Mueller interviews Nature Conservancy forester Dan Shaver.

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Eco Report – February 15th, 2018

Eco Report’s Phil Kasper and David Lyman report on County Council member Shelli Yoder claims against the waste transfer station proposal by Indiana Green Transfer and Recycling, Climate activist Michael Foster being sentenced to three years in prison, and the State Chemists’ Office running an informational campaign on the potential damaging effects of dicamba. All in this weekly rundown of ecological news.  …

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EcoReport February 8, 2018

The proposal for a waste transfer station on Bloomington’s Northwest side was officially withdrawn; At a January 23 Board of Public Works meeting, Public Works Director Adam Wason discussed the City of Bloomington’s winter de-icing efforts with the Board of Public Works; The ban on transporting Ash wood in Indiana has been lifted. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources announced …

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