Christy Rundquist joins Ross to discuss the “Pepin Reminisce Project”, a cross-generation collaboration that resulted in a book and DVD.
Correspondent Jim Oliver welcomes back Kathy Welch, a guest director for the UW-River Falls production “The Skin of Our Teeth.” The Pulitzer Prize winning drama performs October 26 through November 4 at the University Theatre at UW-River Falls.
Daniel Langlois, formerly of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Environmental Adventure Center, visits Ross in the studio to talk about an upcoming fundraiser taking place on November 3. The event, which raises funds for the Round Hill Conservation Center near Arkansaw, is called: “Drums Along the Chippewa and Mississippi.”
David Tank, photographer, author, and entrepreneur, visited the studio to discuss his new book “Uncle Eggbert’s Egg Book.” The book is a collection of recipes, facts, stories and photos of the ways to enjoy the eggs from back yard chickens.