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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Broadcast date: week of July 16, 2021 flux/ download this segment as an MP3 file Allergies in our warming world are not to be sneezed at. (Photo: Pixel Rich on Unsplash) Allergies in our warming world are not to be sneezed at, Environmental Health News’ Peter Dykstra told host Steve …

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Hot, humid conditions cause mold spore spikes to form

IT IS VERY HOT VERY WET THESE ARE PERFECT CONDITIONS FOR MOLD GROWTH. >> DR. GARY STEVENS SAYS MDOL ALLERGENS REACHED A HIGH ON JUNE 30. SPORE’S ACCOUNT WAS 30,000 CLOSTOE. THIS IS THE HIGHEST SEPTEMBER SIENC ACCOUNT OF LAST YEAR. >> WE TYPICALLY THROUGHOUT THE SUER SEEMM RANGE, 40.00 …

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Severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and tonight

time violent threat today A line of thunderstorms passed through the area of ​​the Coulee mid-day, mainly producing heavy rains and gusty winds. It is expected that a second round of storms moves in the Coulee Region this afternoon into the evening. The main area of ​​concern for severe weather …

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Plant it Wild to host the bee program

Colin Merry, [email protected] July 13, 2021Update: July 13, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. Plant it Wild will host a Zoom presentation on native bees and their importance in pollination. (Courtesy photo / Pixabay) BENZIE COUNTY – The ‘What’s the Buzz About Native Bees’ presentation explores nesting habitat, life cycle, pollen collection, …

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