First, we discuss the latest on COVID-19 with a top state epidemiologist. Then, we hear from Eau Claire’s forestry supervisor how the city is combating the invasive emerald ash borer.
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State epidemiologist discusses COVID-19 cases
Health care professionals are cautiously optimistic that vaccines and treatments are lessening the severity of COVID-19 infections. Still, new cases are on the rise in Wisconsin. We ask the state epidemiologist about this chapter of the pandemic.
Eau Claire's fight against the emerald ash borer
Since 2013, the city of Eau Claire has removed 7,000 ash trees to contain the emerald ash borer population. We talk with the forestry supervisor to get an inside look at the city’s tree inventory and its fight against the invasive species.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Steven Potter Producer
- Courtney Everett Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Dr. Ryan Westergaard Guest
- Matthew Staudenmaier Guest
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