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EcoFeature – Part 2 of Norm Holy’s Interview with Patrick Gonzalez, Principle Climate Change Scientist of the National Park Service

In today’s EcoReport Feature, we bring you part two of correspondent Norm Holy’s interview with Patrick Gonzalez, the Principal Climate Change Scientist of the National Park Service. If you missed the first part of the interview last week, you can listen here at wfhb.org.

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EcoFeature – Patrick Gonzalez, Principal Climate Change Scientist for the National Park Service; Pt. 1

In today’s Eco Report Feature, correspondent Norm Holy interviews Patrick Gonzalez, the Principal Climate Change Scientist of the National Park Service. This is the fist of a two-part interview. We will bring you the second half of the discussion next week.

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EcoFeature – Sher and Bruce Schwartz Discuss Their Farm Restoration Project in Eastern Oregon

In today’s EcoReport Feature, Correspondent Bob Kissel interviews Sher and Bruce Schwartz about their farm restoration project in Eastern Oregon.

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EcoFeature – Mike Kelley Discusses His Wetlands Restoration Project at Stonehead Nature Preserve in Brown County

In today’s EcoReport feature, correspondent Bob Kissel interviews Mike Kelley about his wetlands restoration project at Stonehead Nature Preserve in rural Brown County.

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EcoFeature – Stephen Hale of Bloomington Community Orchard Discusses the Role of the Orchard in the Local Community

In today’s EcoReport feature, Filiz Cicek interviews Stephen Hale of Bloomington Community Orchard, which is publicly owned and maintained by volunteers.

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EcoFeature – Abby Perfetti Discusses the Sycamore Land Trust’s Work Preserving Land in South Central Indiana

Kevin Lynch interviews Abby Perfetti, communications director of Sycamore Land Trust. We talk about some basics of what a land trust is and how people can get involved. Sycamore Land Trust has a headquarters in Bloomington and preserves land in southern Indiana.

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EcoFeature – Local Musician Travis Puntarelli Discusses Songs of Sustainable Indiana

In today’s EcoReport feature, Filiz Cicek speaks with local musician Travis Puntarelli, who has contributed to a compilation called Songs of Sustainable Indiana. The collection also features many local artists, including Carrie Newcomer, Lily and Madeleine, and the Indianapolis band, Bigfoot Yancy.

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EcoFeature – Rosie and Mike Sills of Earth Song Farm Discuss Their Sustainable Farm

In today’s EcoReport feature, Bob Kissel interviews Rosie and Mike Sills at Earth Song Farm. Earth Song Farm is a small family farm in Bloomfield, Indiana that uses sustainable growing procedures like crop rotation and companion planting. Their garden is half an acre and in the process of expanding.

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EcoFeature – Krispn Given, Apiculture Specialist at Purdue University, Discusses Honeybees and Their Ability to Survive Mite Infestations

In today’s EcoReport feature, Norm Holy interviews Krispn Given, apiculture specialist at Purdue University, about honeybee hives and their ability to survive mite infestations. Krispn is an expert on all things honeybee related.

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EcoFeature – Katherine Tilghman of ICEY Bloomington Discusses Solar Renewable Energy

In today’s EcoFeature, Norm Holy interviews Katherine Tilghman, local teenager and member of Interfaith Community of Environmentalist Youth (ICEY Bloomington). ICEY has teamed up with Solar Indiana Renewable Energy Network to promote a solar project in the Elm Heights/Bryan Park neighborhood. For residents who wish to learn more, there will be a forum held tonight July 14th from 6 to …

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