Points North, Ep. 12: A beeline to service
This week on Points North, a U.S. soldier was injured in a training exercise and discharged from the army. Then he found an unusual way to cope with his depression and serve his country: beekeeping.
Army vet finds purpose staying busy with bees
Adam Ingrao was completely lost after he was discharged from the army. When he went back to school a few years later, he found a new purpose when he learned about beekeeping and dangerously declining bee populations. Ingrao says his work with bees is a new way to serve his country and find peace of mind.
"You have to slow down, because if you don't slow down, the bees are going to let you know you're moving too fast, and they're going to sting you," says Ingrao.
Hear how Ingrao journey led him to start the "Heroes to Hives" program for veterans.
U.P. tribe hopes to regulate their own water
Surface water quality on Native American reservations in Michigan is currently regulated by state and federal agencies. But one tribe in the Upper Peninsula could be the first to regulate their own water.
Learn more about the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community’s push for their own standards.
A good butter chicken curry is all about the cooking process
Jennifer Blakeslee, chef at The Cook’s House and Milkweed Street Food, is deliberate but fluid when she cooks butter chicken curry.
“I don’t really use any measurements for anything. I just kind of eyeball it,” says Blakeslee.
Blakeslee says a good curry is about the cooking process more than anything else. She recommends the cookbook “660 Curries” for people who want to make their own.
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