OTL: Episode #308- Chicago’s squirrel population, Chicago Writers Conference preview, Loyola’s sustainability efforts
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(podcasting from the studios in the OTL Bunker, somewhere in Chicago)
(broadcasting on the “there’s a squirrel in the attic” radio station WLUW-FM (88.7) Chicago)
Mike Stephen discusses the local squirrel population, previews the Chicago Writers Conference, and learns about the environmental sustainability of Loyola University’s campus.
Steve Sullivan – Principal Investigator for Project Squirrel and curator of urban ecology at the Notebart Nature Museum
Steve tells us if the local squirrel population is decreasing and how we can be citizen scientists.
Mare Swallow– Founder of the Chicago Writers Conference
This conference is coming up September 14-16 at the Tribune Tower and will bring together local writers for a unique networking and education experience.
Gina Lettiere– Sustainability specialist at Loyola University’s Office of Sustainability
Loyola has been working to make its campus more environmentally sustainable. We hear about those efforts and their affect on our environment.
Working towards sustainability on Loyola’s campus.
OTL #308 local music provided by Exit Ghost…