She may seem like a walking dichotomy, but Leilani Munter does not see it that way. An avowed environmental activist and vegetarian with a degree in biology, she is also a race car driver. She is using her track time and interaction with race fans as a way to spread her messages of reducing our carbon footprint and the benefits of going green. She’s on the phone to talk about her unique life with Thane Maynard in this week’s Field Notes.
Spoiler Alert! Cincinnati Magazine’s November issue, page 77, is not one of their most pleasant story graphics. In an article titled Hogs Gone Wild, writer Jene Galvin discusses the problem of Ohio’s feral pigs – the damage they are causing, farms they are destroying, and the unsettling fact they are coming this way. The writer joins Mark
Perzel to discuss how this problem began and what steps have to be taken to prevent further assaults on livestock and the environment.
Biking in Cincinnati is exploding as a way of saving on gas, protecting the environment and getting exercise. Nern Ostendorf, the director of Queen City Bike, a non-profit organization that promotes safe biking for a healthier environment and healthier citizens, discuss his organization and biking in Cincinnati with Mark Perzel.