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GLIN==> Environment Report for 10.2.06



Beginning this week, 10-2-06, the Environment Report
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 and read these stories on the Environment Report Web Site
at http://environmentreport.org .

***Check out the Environment Report podcast:
http://www.environmentreport.org/environment_report.php3

For tech-savvy listeners, this report can be downloaded to your iPod
automatically each week!  See the RSS feed on our homepage for details.

No iPod? You can also download the Environment Report as an .mp3 file.

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HIGHWAY DEBATE DIVIDING COMMUNITIES
http://www.environmentreport.org/story.php3?story_id=3165
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CLONING PLANT SPECIES FOR THE FUTURE
http://www.environmentreport.org/story.php3?story_id=3166
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SPINACH CONTROVERSY TO BENEFIT SMALL FARMERS?
http://www.environmentreport.org/story.php3?story_id=3167
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WASPY PEST SEEKING OUT PINES
http://www.environmentreport.org/story.php3?story_id=3168
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BETTER USES FOR Bt INSECTICIDE?
http://www.environmentreport.org/story.php3?story_id=3169
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MILD WINTER THANKS TO EL NINO?
http://www.environmentreport.org/story.php3?story_id=3170
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GAO: AGENCIES SHOULD STREAMLINE PARK FEES
http://www.environmentreport.org/story.php3?story_id=3171
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The Environment Report provides a weekly program
service of environmental news and information to public radio
stations around the Great Lakes.  Currently, more than 140
stations are airing Environment Report material.

The service originates from Michigan Radio at the University of
Michigan in Ann Arbor.  For more information or questions about
the Environment Report, please contact Lester Graham at (517) 381-3274 or
Mark Brush at (734) 764-9210.