The Sound of Ideas: Indians Playoff Ticket Policy; Saving Northeast Ohio's Trees; Akron's Second Chance Village

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Invasive species, fungi, viruses, climate and even human development have created what some experts call a 'perfect storm' threatening our trees.  It's a fight for survival taking place in our forests, along our streets and in our yards.  Ash, oaks and pines and others are under threat. But what do you look for to determine whether a tree is in distress?  And what--if anything--can you do to save the trees around you?    Then, there's a hidden city inside Akron, where the previously unsheltered homeless are helping each other find 'a second chance'.   And, if you're planning to buy Indians tickets for the upcoming American League Divisional Series, note that new ticket resale policies could impact you.  We'll detail what the Indians are doing to make sure Clevelanders are the fans snapping up tickets for October baseball. 

Guests: 

Kevin Kleps, Assistant Editor, Crain's Cleveland Business  
Chad Clink, Community Forester, Holden Forest and Gardens  
Jane Goodman, Executive Director, Cuyahoga River Restoration 
James McCarty, Reporter, Columnist, The Cleveland Plain Dealer  

For More Information:

Holden Arboretum education page

Cuyahoga River Restoration web site

Ideastream Coverage: Tracking the Trees

Read more about Akron's Second Chance Village

How you can help Second Chance Village

 

 

 

 

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