Southern Wisconsin is pushing through an unseasonably dry summer. While the arid, hot days may be uncomfortable for those of us in Madison, it could spell financial trouble for the region’s farmers. For more, our producer Jonah Chester spoke with Christopher Kucharick, professor of Agronomy at UW-Madison. (PHOTO: Jesse Gardner / Unsplash)
The American West is drying up, with 73 million people living in drought conditions. Brian Fuchs of the National Drought Mitigation Center joined the Monday Buzz with the thirsty details.
On Friday July 6th, Esty Dinur interviewed a panel of experts on recent severe weather in Wisconsin and the nation and the possible connection between these events and global climate change. Esty talked with Steve Vavrus, Senior Scientist for the Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research, Jon Martin, Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at […]