State Capitol Report: Representative talks conservation efforts, Transitioning to clean energy

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Rep. Joel Kitchens discusses legislation to help farmers address water and soil conservation. Then, nearly a year after the announcement of Wisconsin’s Clean Energy Plan, we examine the state’s work to combat climate change.

Featured in this Show

  • Rep. Joel Kitchens on contraception, education, protecting Wisconsin waterways

    Recently passed bipartisan legislation will expand producer-led groups’ eligibility for watershed protection grants. We speak with a representative from Sturgeon Bay to explore natural resource priorities and other issues.

  • Is Wisconsin on-track to meet its climate goals?

    It’s been roughly a year since Governor Tony Evers revealed the state’s Clean Energy Plan to become carbon-free by 2050. We talk with the state Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy about how Wisconsin is faring in the transition to clean energy sources.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Royce Podeszwa Technical Director
  • Trevor Hook Producer
  • Royce Podeszwa Producer
  • Rep. Joel Kitchens Guest
  • Maria Redmond Guest