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Soil Science

Soil ScienceAt first glance, it would be easy to say compost is compost. Whether the compost is being shoveled from a bag and raked into a garden or dumped by truck and tilled into a farm, the dark, rich soil looks like dark, rich soil. After all, when you walk through the composting company Brooks Contractor, there are mounds of what looks like black dirt everywhere.

The Battle for North Carolina's Coast

One thing that most North Carolinians share is a love for our coast. We know our coast is fragile, but do we love it enough to protect it and how can we know what is best to do? Retired East Carolina University professor Stanley Riggs talks to us about “The Battle for North Carolina’s Coast: Evolutionary History, Present Crisis, and Vision for the Future." Original Broadcast Date: 04/14/2013.

The Citizen Patient

D.G. Martin has a conversation with UNC-Chapel Hill Professor of Medicine and Microbiology/Immunology Nortin Hadler M.D. about his new book, "The Citizen Patient," on NC Bookwatch. In this book, Dr. Hadler shares his insights on how current issues within the U.S. healthcare system such as medical treatment, healthcare finance, and attitudes about health and medicine can be addressed. Original Broadcast Date: 05/02/2013.

Exploration Station

Maria Lundberg takes us to downtown Lumberton to visit Exploration Station, a regional children's museum designed to help youngsters open their minds to creativity through 12 interactive exhibits that focus on literacy, science, math, arts, health and safety. Exploration Station is the only museum of its kind in Robeson County and receives visitors from North and South Carolina. Original Broadcast Date: 05/17/2013

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