autumn

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They are easy to grow, decorative and delicious.

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Summer is officially over, but the changing of the seasons brings a whole new type of beauty to our Iowa landscape.

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Over the next few weeks the green in our fields will turn to gold and the leaves on the trees will begin to change.

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The changing season affects the animal behaviors in the sky and trees, on the ground and in the water.  Host Charity Nebbe speaks with wildlife biologist Rebecca Christoffel of Iowa State University Extension, ISU fisheries specialist Allen Pattillo and DNR forester Mark Vitosh.  

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Spring came early this year, summer arrived and hit us hard, and now autumn is doing its thing. It's Horticulture Day and Forester Mark Vitosh will be here. He talks about how the long, hot dry summer has affected trees and how the fall color season is shaping up.