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‘Route 51’ to explore conservation in Wisconsin

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WAUSAU — Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Route 51” will explore what a new administration in both the governor’s office and Department of Natural Resources means in the next segment of “Route 51,” to air at 10 a.m. Feb. 14. It will feature host Rick Reyer and conservation writer Bill Berry.

Berry is the author of “Banning DDT: How Citizen Activists in Wisconsin Led the Way,” and has worked more than 20 years as a reporter, columnist and editor for several daily newspapers. A University of Wisconsin–River Falls graduate and Stevens Point resident, he now writes about conservation and agriculture as a freelance writer and columnist for the “Capital Times” newspaper in Madison. Listeners can call with questions at 1-800-780-9742.

“Route 51” airs on The Ideas Network stations 101.3 & 91.9/Wausau, AM 930/Auburndale-Stevens Point, 99.1/Stevens Point, 100.9/Marshfield, 90.3/Park Falls, 89.1/Adams-Wisconsin Rapids, and 89.9/Rhinelander-Eagle River.

Photo of Bill Berry courtesy Tom Charlesworth.

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