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GLIN==> Great Lakes Radio Consortium for 11.27.00



***Media Advisory***

Beginning today, 11-27-00, the Great Lakes Radio Consortium (GLRC)
will air the following stories on public radio stations around the
Great Lakes Region.  Please check your local station for exact times.
You can also hear these stories on the GLRC website at
<http://www.glrc.org>

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CROPS MAY BENEFIT FROM WILD NEIGHBORS
http://www.glrc.org/index3.php3?story_id=966
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CROPS MAY BENEFIT FROM WILD NEIGHBORS (short version)
http://www.glrc.org/index3.php3?story_id=967
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CHERRY POWER PACKED INTO PILLS
http://www.glrc.org/index3.php3?story_id=968
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TEACHING WALLEYE TO SMELL DANGER
http://www.glrc.org/index3.php3?story_id=969
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COMMENTARY - MELTING THE ARCTIC LIFESTYLE
http://www.glrc.org/index3.php3?story_id=970
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The Great Lakes Radio Consortium provides a weekly program service of
environmental news and information to public radio stations around the
Great Lakes.  Currently, 140 stations are airing GLRC material. The
service originates from Michigan Radio at the University of Michigan in
Ann Arbor.  For more information or questions about the GLRC, please
contact Mark Brush at (734) 764-9210 or Dale Willman at (518) 583-7247.

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