Cool Treat For Hot Days, New Runoff Rules Proposed, Taking A Look At Political News From The Wisconsin Capitol

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When it’s hot outside, we turn to cool treats. In this edition of Food Friday, we explore the art of the popsicle with a nutritionist. Then, we look at new rules proposed by the Evers Administration that would address agricultural runoff and groundwater. And we talk Wisconsin politics.

Featured in this Show

  • Food Friday: The Art Of The Popsicle

    As the temperatures go up during the summer months, one way to cool down is by eating a popsicle! In this edition of Food Friday, we talk about creating these sweet summer treats with a focus on natural ingredients and uncomplicated instructions.

  • Taking A Look At Political News From The Wisconsin Capitol

    Republican lawmakers are suing Attorney General Josh Kaul. They say that he is not abiding by laws passed during last year’s lame duck legislative session. We talk to a political reporter about that story and a fight brewing at the Capitol over accessibility issues facing lawmakers.

  • Evers To Propose Farm Runoff Limits As Studies Pinpoint Well Pollutants

    Governor Evers says he’ll propose new rules that would limit fertilizer runoff from farm fields, as research in southwestern Wisconsin looks into the sources of well contamination. We talk with a geologist about how nitrate pollution finds its way into our groundwater and where it’s a big problem.

Episode Credits

  • Judith Siers-Poisson Host
  • Breann Schossow Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Sarah Bond Guest
  • Patrick Marley Guest
  • Ken Bradbury Guest

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