Berl talks with Wayne Pancelle , president and CEO of the Humane society. Hear about the companies Michigan Flyer and Indian Trails. Carol Wood also joins Berl in studio.
This week on Impact Exposure Emily talks the Great Lakes Folk Festival with Lara Helou and musician Steven Greenman. Sarna Salzman discusses the Great Lakes Bioneers. MSU research students discuss a study on species ability to become altruistic. This weeks Michigan Storytelling segment features Tom Springer.
This week on Exposure hear a live performance from musician and producer Ben Rivet. The Impacts own “Big” Ben Hall joins and Jazz musician Dr. E to talk Lansing Jazz fest. Listen to a feature on MSU’s new local food program that lets people know more about their food through the use of smart phones. Learn about a new way to exercise with EcoTrek Fitness. Patty Birkholz on the Great Lakes Compact. This weeks Michigan storytelling segment features Steve Amick.
MSU’s President Lou Anna Simon and Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Vennie Gore, leader of MSU Residential and Hospitality Services, and with MSU journalism professor Steve Lacy. And in our sustainability-focused Greening of the Great Lakes segment, Kirk Heinze talks with MSU fisheries expert Bill Taylor about Asian carp.
Tonight from 7-8pm: Great Lakes Folk Festival.
Tonight from 7-8 hear a special feature about MSU’s new local food program that lets people know more about their food through the use of smart phones. Also, Lansing Jazz Fest.
Berl talks with Novelist Bonnie Jo Campbrell; Mark Contrucci of Don’t Frack Michigan; Brittney Hoszkiw, executive director of the Old Town Commercial Association, and Sarah Christiansen of Katalyst.