Le Vert – June 11, 2021


Listen to this edition of The Green or individual segments below:

Next week, the state of Delaware is joining the Delaware Heritage Commission to launch a series of forums on black history in the first state.

The first of these virtual events focuses on this month’s June 10 celebration, as well as other topics.

And one of the panelists – Dr Reba Hollingsworth of the Heritage Commission – joins us to discuss forums and black history teaching.

Two weeks ago we looked at the expansion of some charter schools to meet the demands they see.

This week, we’re taking a look at one – Great Oaks – which is looking to shrink in the coming years to fix the issues it faces.

Contributor Larry Nagengast reviews their plans for the future.

A service dog training program in Maine State Prison is part of a new book by author and former Marine Craig Grossi.

Grossi’s second book is titled Second chance: a sailor, his dog and find redemption.

In this week’s arts playlist, Grossi chats with Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele about her latest work.

A few years ago we brought you a story about a tool to help anglers avoid accidentally catching endangered Atlantic Sturgeon.

This week we have an update on locally developed technology.

Sophia Schmidt from Delaware Public Media speaks with Matthew Breece, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware, and Matthew Oliver, professor at the UD College of Earth, Ocean and Environment, on the use of the tool and its evolution since its first release.


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