We headed out to Brown's Creek Park and their annual celebration to interview Karen Kill and Cameron Blake about all the exciting work the BCWD is doing to improve water quality, habitat, and recreational opportunities in the region.
This week we hear from Becky Rice, Executive Director of Blue Thumb, as well as James Wolfin, a landscape manager for Blue Thumb that is helping to restore habitat for the Rusty Patch Bumblebee, Minnesota's state bee. We spoke to James onstage at the Minnesota State Fair.
This week we travel to the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary to experience a bee survey led by Clara Costello of the Bee Squad.
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A live look in at an interpretive talk presented by Jeff Hodge of the NPS at American Camp on San Juan Island. Also, interviews with Lauren Kim and Celida Moran concerning their acoustics research in Moran State Park on Orcas Island.
This week we sit down with Peg Carlson-Hoffman and Chuck Hoffman, Executive Directors of Holden Village above Lake Chelan in Central Washington State. They discuss recent mine remediation efforts in the tailings surrounding Holden Village and the Village's environmental sustainability, stewardship, and education work.
An exchange with the Friends of Moran State Park. Sandi Talt, Board President, shares her ideas and information about Moran State Park and FoM's stewardship activities as part of an exchange of music and conversation with members of the Friends and a public audience as part of a live event in the park. Singer-songwriter Tim Gustafson joins the podcast.