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Paul Pepper: Ginny and Kate Trauth, Infiltronics Environmental LLC & Beth Snyder, The Art House

In order to keep stormwater in mid-Missouri as environmentally-friendly as possible, GINNY and KATE TRAUTH tell us about their plan to send water collected (on surfaces like a parking lot) below ground and into earth's natural filtration system, thus avoiding pollutants and pesticides. Also, BETH SNYDER encourages everyone to make the short drive to Fulton to experience - among other places - The Art House, located on Court Street in the historic Brick District! (4:33) August 13, 2019

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Travis McMillen is the senior media producer at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. For KBIA, Travis oversees production of Views of the News and Radio Friends with Paul Pepper.
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