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Browse All : 1) Thomas Lalley reports from an EPA Superfund site near Front Royal, Virginia and explains why Congress is considering a Superfund reform bill. 2) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Michael Green, biologist with the Wetlands Restoration Lab at Southeastern Louisiana University, about the Manchac Swamp Cyprus restoration project. 3) Author Scott Thybony reads from his book, �Burntwater.� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Alan Lasko and Martin Goffinet from Cornell University�s Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York, about apple blossom fertilization. 5) Berle talks with Lynn Goldman from the EPA�s Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances, about the Toxic Release Inventory. 6) Berle consults with Meg Maguire, President of Scenic America, and Philip Gitlen, attorney and former counsel for New York State�s Department of Environmental Conservation, to answer listeners� questions about billboards and pollution. 7) Percussionist Donald Knaack plays �Mishmash� from his CD, �Junk Music.� and nam_apap_138_es_000387

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Environment Show
Environment Show
5/31/1997
 
Description 1) Thomas Lalley reports from an EPA Superfund site near Front Royal, Virginia and explains why Congress is considering a Superfund reform bill. 2) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Michael Green, biologist with the Wetlands Restoration Lab at Southeastern Louisiana University, about the Manchac Swamp Cyprus restoration project. 3) Author Scott Thybony reads from his book, �Burntwater.� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Alan Lasko and Martin Goffinet from Cornell University�s Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York, about apple blossom fertilization. 5) Berle talks with Lynn Goldman from the EPA�s Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances, about the Toxic Release Inventory. 6) Berle consults with Meg Maguire, President of Scenic America, and Philip Gitlen, attorney and former counsel for New York State�s Department of Environmental Conservation, to answer listeners� questions about billboards and pollution. 7) Percussionist Donald Knaack plays �Mishmash� from his CD, �Junk Music.�
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