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Peter Sagal
8:05 am
Wed March 12, 2014

WSW: Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me Host Peter Sagal

Peter Sagal at Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me Recording in Elkhart, Indiana
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WestSouthwest with Peter Sagal

Peter Sagal says whatever he's doing, he wishes he was doing something else.

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Sandra Steingraber
6:36 am
Tue March 11, 2014

WSW: The Links Between Environment and Health

Sandra Steingraber says ongoing issues like the cleanup of PCB contamination at the Allied Paper Landfill make Kalamazoo a good place to discuss a wide range of environmental issues - file photo
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WestSouthwest with Sandra Steingraber

    

Ecologist and author Sandra Steingraber's most recent book is Raising Elijah: Protecting Our Children in an Age of Environmental Crisis

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Citizen Scientists
7:22 pm
Tue March 4, 2014

WSW: Encore Magazine Profiles Citizen Scientists

Lindsey Parkinson, an intern at the Kalamazoo Nature Center, releases a blue jay, after it was banded last fall
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WestSouthwest with Tiffany Fitzgerald

Writer Tiffany Fitzgerald examined some of the work being done by "citizen scientists" in Southwest Michigan. 

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The American Way of Eating
7:17 am
Tue March 4, 2014

WSW: The American Way of Eating

Broccoli Crops in King City, California
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WestSouthwest with Tracie McMillan

Tracie McMillan wanted to find out what happens to food before it reaches the table and how income and lifestyle impact what we eat. 

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Monarch Butterflies
8:15 am
Wed February 26, 2014

WSW: The Path of the Monarch Butterfly

Cluster of monarch butterflies in Santa Cruz, California
Credit Brocken Inaglory, Wikicommons

WestSouthwest with Stephen Malcolm

Western Michigan University Biological Sciences Professor Stephen Malcolm says the population of the monarch butterfly in North America has dropped over the last 20 years. 

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