Fish

Talk of Iowa
3:17 pm
Wed November 20, 2013

Eating the Midwestern Way

TSelrahc

One thing Midwesterns do better than everyone else (or at least claim to do better than everyone else) is bake pie.  Host Charity Nebbe speaks with Peggy Wolff, editor of the new book Fried Walleye and Cherry Pie about Midwestern cuisine, culture and of course pie.

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Talk of Iowa
1:48 pm
Mon September 30, 2013

Preserving Iowa’s Freshwater Ecosystems

Iowa River
Alan Light Flickr

Since its beginning, the conservation movement has been focused on preserving the natural places we still have, but Joe Whitworth, president of the Freshwater Trust, says that is not good enough.  Host Charity Nebbe talks to Whitworth about his work restoring freshwater ecosystems, how he believes that clean water can co-exist with profitable agriculture, and the future of conservation.  

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Environment
4:45 pm
Thu October 4, 2012

Drought's Impact on Iowa Trout Streams Could Intensify

Manchester Fish Hatchery Manager Dave Marolf holds a net with Brook and Rainbow trout. The DNR has released 15,000 trout into northeast Iowa's streams because of low stream levels.
Clay Masters IPR

The attention often centers on agriculture when a drought hits. But new Iowa Department of Natural Resources numbers show the state’s stream flows are well below normal and groundwater levels are reaching historic lows. There's a ripple effect in how the drought will affect the state’s fish.

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