Autumn is here, how are you going to make the most of it? Our guest food writer shares her fall experiences that are necessary for any Wisconsinite. We also explore the many uncommon uses for plants, and we talk to an expert about the news announced Monday that there is liquid water on Mars.
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New Study Shows Liquid Water On The Surface Of Mars
On Monday scientists announced there are definitive signs of liquid water on present-day Mars. These signs were observed by NASA’s Mars Reconnaisance Orbiter. The source of this water could help scientists find the most promising sites for lifeon Mars and landing spots for human missions of the future. An expert from Discover Magazine breaks down this news.
Native American Knowledge Of Plants And Their Uses
Native Americans have been passing down knowledge of the identification and usage of medicianl plants for generations. An author shares some of her experience.
A Culinary Bucket List For Fall
While some people are sad to see the summer end, many chefs and foodies are excited by all the culinary opportunities autumn has to offer. A chef shares her culinary bucket list for fall.
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- Bill Andrews Guest
- Mary Siisip Geniusz Guest
- Chef Terri Milligan Guest
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