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East Chicago Lead Crisis: Soil Contamination Forces Residents to Evacuate

Read the full New York Times article here. Host Kathy Sipple speaks with Artist Activist Thomas Frank about some of the details surrounding this tragedy and what some concerned citizens Continue Reading

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Time Bank Launches with Help of these Supporters!

In January we launched a crowdfunding campaign, asking if community members would support a time bank project in Northwest Indiana. Time banking is a great way to: Save money Make Continue Reading

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Green Light Award Nominations Open

Host Kathy Sipple speaks with Charlotte Wolfe, Regional Coordinator for Sustainable Indiana 2016 about the Green Light Awards. Indiana has long enjoyed the visionary efforts of its early Climate Leaders, the Continue Reading

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Top Environmental Challenges Today: Climate Change, Health, Energy & Food Supply

The Law Review Symposium will focus on environmental issues that affect the United States. Opening remarks will focus on the EPA’s new Clean Power Plan rule addressing climate change and the Continue Reading

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Herbicides and Hubris: Human Symbioses with Invasive Species

Valparaiso Chain of Lakes Watershed Group, Inc. has invited John Ervin to speak about the current status of invasive species Monday, September 16, 2013 at 7:00 PM in the Commissioners’ Continue Reading

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Naturepalooza/Living with Lakes Seminar

Our speakers and nature hike leaders will include Steve Martinson, Horticulture Superintendent of the Valparaiso Parks Dept. and Naturalist and Interpretation Park Ranger, Elizabeth Hudic. Joel Postma of the Northwest Continue Reading

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Wildflower Watching? Now I’ve Heard of Everything!

Join us for Northwest Indiana Green Drinks in Michigan City! June 20th, 2013 at 6:30 pm at Shoreline Brewery—reserved room “Group Flower Watching Led by Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Continue Reading

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Introduction to Clean Eating

Cheryl Dornberg is a chemical engineer turned Clean Food expert. Clean eating can be described as carefully choosing the food that goes into your body based on how pure it Continue Reading

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Innovative Upcycling: Putting eWaste to Work for a Cure

Ever thrown away a computer because you’ve simply updated to the latest and greatest and your current processor just doesn’t cut it? Jennifer Shelhart speaks of her company based out Continue Reading

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Little Calumet River Watershed Project

The following is a transcript of a podcast that was recorded on January 29, 2013. To listen to the podcast, click here. Paul Quinlan, Stewardship Director for Shirley Heinze Land Continue Reading

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