Understanding lake soil erosion, Exploring the world of professional eating

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Houses falling into Lake Dalton
In this June 10, 2008 file photo, two houses fall into an emptied Lake Delton in Lake Delton, Wis., after the 267-acre lake overflowed and drained. Andy Manis/ AP Photo

We learn how UW-Madison researchers are using drones to track soil that erodes from the shores of Lake Michigan in hopes of preventing more erosion. Then Katina Eats Kilos explains what it takes to be a professional eater.

Featured in this Show

  • Drones offer Wisconsin researchers insights on what happens to eroded soil and how to prevent shoreline loss

    A research team at the UW-Madison is using drones to study erosion along Lake Michigan. We hear from the lead scientist about methods to track where eroded soil ends up and how the research might prevent more shoreline loss.

  • Katina Eats Kilos returns to Wisconsin after global tour of food challenges

    Professional eater, Katina DeJarnett, returned home to Milwaukee recently after a months-long eating tour through Europe. We hear from Katina Eats Kilos about strategies on finishing food challenges and balancing a healthy lifestyle.

Episode Credits

  • Kealey Bultena Host
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Lucas Zoet Guest
  • Katina DeJarnett Guest

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