Hosted by Janice Pearce and Rick Fettig.
First aired Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 5 PM on WFHB.
☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour:
- BCH celebrates Earth Day, opening with George Clegg learning all about geodes from Don Crumb
- County elder Hank Swain tells about the day Salt Creek flowed backwards, and the effect it had on the community
- Yolanda Toschlog details efforts to clean up Salt Creek
- Susan Showalter interviews long-time Brown County musician Pat Webb, who was involved in the original Earth Day celebration
- June Wolpert discusses the fine art of quilting with Lee Engren
- Bruce Clegg gives us the low-down on solar panels and how they work
- Chris Gustin shares her story with the art of weaving with Vera Grubbs
- The Brown County Farm Report with Bill Land and Gunther Flumm
- Brown County’s proposed revisions to its sewage ordinance raises some eyebrows
- Earth Day Birthday – poem by Gunther Flumm
- Yvonne Oliger recaps her 20 years of service as the county’s librarian with some history of our beloved community resource
- Rick Fettig offers his commentary on our addiction to oil, climate change, technology, and the costs of not knowing any better.
✇ Theme music by Slats Klug & Friends.
☞ Also available for downloading/streaming at WFHB.org – Brown County Hour