KHOI will be observing Earth day, 22 April with some programing specials and then on Saturday the 24th, we are partnering with the City of Ames and Iowa State University with some special programming.
Amy Reis, Education Outreach Coordinator for the Raptor Resource Project. Discuss the history of the Decorah eagle cameras and its late director, Bob Anderson. Peregrine Falcons had been wiped out from DDT used in the 1950s has an insecticide. Bob came to Iowa to bring falcons back, partnered with the Ho-Chunk nation of Black River Falls, Wisconsin and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, KHOI covers the Decorah Eagle cam story and the Peregrine Falcons return.
Doug Harr, President of Iowa Audubon and retired biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, reflects on where we have been and his outlook for the future.
Carolyn Raffensberger, Director of the Science and Environmental Health Network. Shares her timely environmental messages.
Susan Qwiasda, City of Ames Public Relations Officer and guest– Housing Coordinator Vanessa Baker-Latimer promotes Fair Housing Month. and reviews the history of the Fair Housing Act. This landmark law was signed into law on April 11, 1968, by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Anna Magnussen, KHOI’s Top “Good News Banana” brightens our day.