Butterflies and Climate March

Diane Debinski told us about how research in beautiful butterflies enables us to study the health of our fields and wetlands as well as other less noticable insects. As with bird watching, Citizen Scientists make important contributions to this study. Andrea Basche described the work of volunteers at the community garden at Trinity Reformed Church for the benefit of the Free Market provided by Food at First. Larry Sloan of the Talent Factory in Nevada joined us as we spoke with Ed Fallon as he walked though Amish Country in Indiana before joining the Great Climate March in New York City this weekend.

Originally broadcast 09/17/2014
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