LOCAL TALK 9 November 2021

Sam Wormley, KHOI board member and Cohost of Science Bytes joins us; to discuss what can we do locally to reduce our CO2 foot print. This includes electric vehicles their major advantages, sales, charge station information, maintenance requirements, and some other ideas to help reduce our CO2 footprint.
Dr. Tyler Harms discusses Iowa’s White-tailed Deer population and COVID-19’s association with these critters.
Erica Place, Outreach Coordinator for SCConservation joins us for our monthly visit. 
Erica shares some Story County Conservation upcoming outdoor activities planned for us to take part in.
Susan Gwiasda Public Information Officer for the City of Ames and Electric Distribution Manager , Mike Brown.updates us on the next City council meetings, a few city activities and we spend time discussing electric outages in winter months- how to be prepared for an outage. When crews are not responding to emergencies, routine maintenance and system upgrades that are happening all year. Mike also encourages those thinking of potential jobs to consider employment as an electric line worker.
Anna, Magnusson  KHOI’s Top “Good News Banana” brightens our day.
Offering Poems, Music, and a review of Tuesday programs; 
Tom Russell’s; All Things Piano, Donna Prizgintas and Lana Nachtigal’s; Donna-Lana Kitchen, Mary Richard’s Community Bookshelf,  Science Bytes with Sam Wormley and Mike Meetz, 
Anna Magnusson’s Heart2Heart along with a sneak peek at Thursday’s, You Name It , presented by Mike Murphy.
Anna Magnusson, Iowa Able: anna@iowaable.org
Tyler Harms: idnr.gov
Susan Gwiasda: susangwiasda@cityofames.org 
City of Ames EV’s:

https://www.cityofames.org/home/showpublisheddocument/62640/637623852944230000 .


Originally broadcast 11/09/2021
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