Soggy Weather Takes Toll On Ohio's Farmers; Lead Safe Cleveland Safe Home Summit; Blue Economy

Featured Audio

It has been a soggy spring and we are not done with the heavy rain yet.  More rain is the last thing Ohio’s farmers need.  They are already losing time and money as the rains prevent them from getting their crops planted.  We’ll discuss the impact to farmers and consumers.  The Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition prepares for a summit this week.  We’ll preview the summit and the plans ahead to tackle lead poisoning in Cleveland.    Then, as we near the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Cuyahoga River fire, we'll discuss how the river's comeback and the region's water is helping to drive our economy and create jobs.

For More Information:

Ideastream's "Cuyahoga River Comeback" coverage

Cleveland Water Alliance

Erie Hack


Sarah Jamison, Senior Service Hydrologist, Meteorologist, National Weather Service, Cleveland  
Ty Higgins, Director of Media Relations, Ohio Farm Bureau 
Aaron Wilson, Ph.D., Atmospheric Scientist, Senior Research Associate, Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center, OSU Extension, The Ohio State University  
Rachel Dissell, Investigative Reporter, The Plain Dealer 
Bryan Stubbs, Executive Director & President, Cleveland Water Alliance 

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

Support Provided By

More Wcpn Schedule
More Wclv Schedule
90.3 WCPN
WCLV Classical 104.9
NPR Hourly Newscast
The Latest News and Headlines from NPR
This text will be replaced with a player.
This text will be replaced with a player.
This text will be replaced with a player.