When we die, we decompose. But how does decay work? I interviewed Emma Casey, a volunteer at the Chicago Field Museum in the birds department, about their flesh-eating beetles that are used to clean flesh from skeletons for display.
Written and narrated by Crystal Gwizdala. Produced and edited by Patrick Sochacki. Photo: Rolf Peterson holds the spine of a moose in a warehouse in Alberta, MI. Nov. 9, 2019. Credit: Crystal Gwizdala.
Applesauce making: A long-time family tradition
Sisters Alison “Deedee” Clarke and Carolyn “Candy” Peterson share their 40-year-old family tradition of applesauce making, using Haralson apples from their hometown of Duluth. Song: “Turning Toward the Morning” by Gordon Bok.