Earthwise 6/23/18

Producer/Host: Anu Dudley
Production Assistant: John Welles

Earth Energy

Nature’s Remedies 6/23/18

Producer/Host: Tim Hagney


Mainely Phenology 6/23/18

Producers/Hosts: Hazel Stark and Joe Horn

Red Clovers

One of our especially common plants that is in bloom right now is red clover. For as long as people have coexisted with this plant, red clover flowers have been eaten for food and used for medicine. Red clovers are not just useful to humans, of course. Much of our local wildlife enjoys eating them and they also provide a special service to the soil.

Photos, a full transcript, references, contact information, and more available at

Coastal Conversations 6/22/18

Producer/Host: Catherine Schmitt
Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

Coastal communities and environments: Maine bird populations

Key Discussion Points:
a) status of Maine bird populations and Bird Atlas initiative
b) conservation of birds and bird habitat
c) citizen science opportunities

Doug Hitchcox, Maine Audubon
Chris Bartlett, Maine Sea Grant
Jeff Wells, Boreal Songbird Initiative

Awanadjo Almanack 6/22/18

Producer/Host: Rob McCall
Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall

“One Bug at a Time”

6/21/18 Sustainable House Sketchbook is now called “The Sketchbook”

Please find new editions of this feature under “The Sketchbook” heading.

WERU Community SoapBox 6/21/18

Host: Denis Howard
Engineer: John Greenman
An open-mic style call-in show

Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/21/18

Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

It’s summertime here in Vacationland but technology takes no vacations so here are a few tech things we will probably be thinking about a lot in coming months and years as they become part of our everyday lives.