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Inside Outdoors – February 17, 2018

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Bill and Rich give the Lake Monroe report. Not much happening, no ice fishing. Indiana Conservation officer and his friend was killed after drowning while ice fishing. Discussion about the school shooting and guns in the USA. NRA payments to Congress and the resulting disinterest in changing gun laws. President …

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Inside Outdoors – February 10, 2018

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Bill and Rich give the Lake Monroe report. Not much happening, no ice fishing. Don calls in from Florida, crop problems in Florida concerning the recent winter weather. Bill talks about sunflower seed pie, which he heard about recently. Spring hunting seasons, turkey season rules. Upcoming hunting seasons. Deer cul …

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Inside Outdoors – February 3, 2018

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Bill and Rich read a spring poem that talks about the hope for spring. The boys talk about making maple syrup. Don calls in from Florida, and they talk about Groundhogs Day, and Punxatawney Phil the groundhog, more about making maple syrup in the late winter, using sorghum to make …

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Inside Outdoors – January 27, 2018

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan discuss recent weather changes in Indiana, as Don calls in from Florida. The ‘Humiliating’ Woodpecker. ‘A January Fog freezes a February Dog’ – old sayings and signs that foresee winter weather. Weather forecasts and some talk about winter weather. Old wives tales: signs: ‘Thunder and lightning in February, means a frost on the …

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Inside Outdoors – January 20, 2018

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan discuss recent weather changes in Indiana, as Don calls in from Florida. Flu news. Trumps border wall and the issues for wildlife and species, wildlife migrations, managing Bison for brucilosis, ranchers real reasons for wanting elk protected, though they are the biggest culprit for the disease, traffic problems in Bloomington on West third …

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Daily Local News – November 20, 2017

The State’s Alcohol Code Revision Commission is recommending the sale of alcohol at convenience and grocery stores from noon to 8pm on Sundays. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is seeking nominations for six openings on the state’s Trails Advisory Board. The conservative Political Action Committee backing President Donald Trump in Indiana, has endorsed northeastern Indiana Representative Jim Banks. An …

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Eco Report – November 16, 2017

Eco Report 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 live. Each program features timely …

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Night Owls Protest Yellowwood Logging

A group calling itself the ‘Night Owls, Paint and Exteriors,’ or NOPE, spray painted hundreds of trees in Yellowwood State Forest over the weekend in an attempt to thwart logging efforts. On Thursday, a bid to selectively log 299 acres of state forest was awarded to Hamilton Logging company. An anonymously published article in the online ‘Earth First Journal,’ by …

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Eco Feature – November 9, 2017

News Director Wes Martin interviews Dr. Rae Schnapps, Conservation Director for the Indiana Forest Alliance, on site at the Save Yellowwood encampment. Also interviewed Dave Schoopman, a concerned property owner.

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DNR to close State Parks for Deer Hunting

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is closing 17 state parks in November for deer hunts. A press release issued yesterday listed McCormick’s Creek State Park—in Owen county, about 14 miles west of Bloomington—among 16 other state parks to close next Monday and Tuesday. Indiana DNR Chief of Natural Resources for State Parks, Anthony Sipes, says the deer culls are …

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