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EcoReport – December 10, 2015

In today’s Eco-Report feature: What’s in your water? The safety of the local water supply has been called into question in recent weeks. WFHB News Director Joe Crawford has more on that story. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in …

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EcoReport – December 3, 2015

WFHB Fund Drive is under way! EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we …

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N Nature – The Wild Turkey

For Thanksgiving week, our IN Nature segment is on the Wild Turkey.

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EcoReport – November 19, 2015

In today’s Eco-Report Feature, Bob Kissell talks with local butterfly Author and Expert Jeff Belth about the status and health of these beautiful winged insects. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships …

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EcoReport Feature: Butterflies

In today’s Eco-Report Feature, Bob Kissell talks with local butterfly Author and Expert Jeff Belth about the status and health of these beautiful winged insects

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EcoReport – November 12, 2015

In today’s Eco-Report feature Professor Chris Craft discusses Wetlands which continue to disappear from the landscape, but they are important in preserving our clean water. Wetlands filter our runoff and also absorb toxic chemicals. Professor Craft takes his students at IU to the recently preserved wetland in Bean Blossom Bottoms to learn about the dynamics of wetlands. EcoReport is a …

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Wetlands and Beanblossom Bottom Nature Preserve

In today’s Eco-Report feature Professor Chris Craft discusses Wetlands which continue to disappear from the landscape, but they are important in preserving our clean water. Wetlands filter our runoff and also absorb toxic chemicals. Professor Craft takes his students at IU to the recently preserved wetland in Bean Blossom Bottoms to learn about the dynamics of wetlands.

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EcoReport – November 5, 2015

Due to technical difficulties, Today’s EcoReport show did not get recorded. The feature can be opened here by clicking on the link. We apologize for nor not having the audio of the entire show for you to listen to. The transcript of the show is included below. As global temperatures rise, what will happen to Indiana’s vital corn industry? The …

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Corn, Climate Change, and Indiana

As global temperatures rise, what will happen to Indiana’s vital corn industry? The challenges of adapting to the pressures of climate change will lead to changes in agricultural practices in Indiana. Farmers will plant corn earlier, and the varieties of corn being planted are likely to change. In today’s Feature, Professor Otto Doering discusses the role Climate Change plays in …

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EcoReport – October 29, 2015

In today’s feature, Bob Kissel talks with Gavin Bieber, a leader for the bird watching tour company Wings, on St Lawrence Island at the Western frontier of Alaska about eco tourism and the Yupik Alaskan natives who live on this remote island only 35 miles from Russia. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological …

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