Mondays With Mike, Upcoming School Year, Farmer-Led Watershed Council

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WPR Director Mike Crane talks about upcoming program changes and a StoryCorps project featuring military families. Then, we look at the state’s guidance to schools on how to begin the fall semester. We also hear how the Tainter Creek Watershed Council is bringing Driftless farmers together to share knowledge.

Featured in this Show

  • Mondays With Mike: August 2020 Edition

    It’s the August edition of Mondays with Mike! Wisconsin Public Radio Director Mike Crane brings us up to speed on WPR programming and operations, including the end of two national shows and a StoryCorps initiative focusing on military members and families.

  • DPI Official Weighs In On Schools' Plans To Start The Upcoming School Year

    Wisconsin school districts are announcing their plans on whether to hold classes in person, online or a combination of the two to begin the school year. We talk with the number two official at the state Department of Public Instruction about the guidance the agency is providing for schools.

  • Farmer Council In Driftless Region Protecting Watershed, Sharing New Practices

    Since 2016, the Tainter Creek Watershed Council has brought farmers together in the southwestern part of the state to share knowledge and work to protect local water quality. We talk to two members of the group about their goals and the connections farmers are making.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Mike Crane Guest
  • Mike Thompson Guest
  • Dani Heisler-Woodill Guest
  • Berent Froiland Guest

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