For the City Times
This Thursday, April 14, at 10 AM, Wisconsin Public Radio’s Route 51 analyzes a newly released scientific study of the effects of high capacity wells on groundwater and the Little Plover River in the Central Sands Region of Wisconsin.
Host Glen Moberg will moderate a panel discussion with George Kraft, hydrologist with UW-Extension in Stevens Point; Tamas Houlihan, executive director of the Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association; Scott Krug, Republican Party Assemblyman from the Town of Rome; and Katrina Shankland, Democratic Party Assemblywoman from Stevens Point.
The program will also feature comments from UW-Extension geologist Ken Bradbury, the lead researcher for the new study.
Route 51, Wisconsin Public Radio’s Wausau regional talk show, can be heard from 10 AM to 11 AM Thursdays on the Ideas Network stations WLBL 91.9 FM Wausau, WLBL 930 AM Auburndale/Stevens Point, WHBM 90.3 FM Park Falls, WHAA 89.1 FM Adams/Wisconsin Rapids, WHRM 90.9-3 HD and WHSF 89.9 FM Rhinelander/Eagle River.
Listeners can call in with questions live on the air at 1-800-780-9742.
The show is re-broadcast Friday nights at 7 PM on WHRM 90.9 FM.