Great Harvest Bakery and Cafe, Local Media and Democracy, White Breasted Nuthatches

Following Dennis Hart's update on the Iowa news, we were visited by Kim Sharp, owner of the Great Harvest Bakery and Cafe that just opened at 502  Burnett  Ave. in Ames, who told us the unique story of how Great Harvest came to Ames.  Ursula Ruedenberg played a brief clip from the talk Nicholas Johnson gave last Friday night about the vital role of local media and democracy.  And Pat Schlarbaum brought us a phenology about white breasted nuthatches as well as a tribute to his friend, Tim Mason, who was instrumental in re-introducing peregrine falcons to the cliffs along the Mississippi in eastern Iowa.


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Originally broadcast 11/19/2018
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