The "forever chemicals" knows as PFAS and PFOS continue to threaten the health of our waters and our people. We are now learning that it is also impacting our wildlife, especially with deer hunting season upon us. Learn how serious the issue is and what, if anything, can be done about it to protect the animals and the people who choose to eat them in a conversation between WEMU's David Fair and Jennifer Hill, the associate director for the National Wildlife Federation Great Lakes Regional Center.
1st Friday Focus on the Environment: Addressing PFAS contaminating our waters, fertilizers and food supplyToxic PFAS "forever chemicals" are a worsening problem in our land and water and, now, our food supply. Beef produced at a small Livingston County farm was found to contain PFAS. How prevalent is the problem? WEMU's David Fair and Lisa Wozniak of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters explore this specific issue in context of the larger PFAS problem with Tony Spaniola, co-chair of the Great Lakes PFAS Action Network.