HEC Media’s Spotlight program airs every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 11, and showcases St. Louis’ finest contributions to art, education, and culture.
In this week’s episode how Rung is preparing women for male dominated careers, a new crop created by a STL startup helping farmers and the environment, endurance swimmer Lynne Cox tells the inspiring story of her adventures with the spectacular dogs at the “Italian School of Rescue Dogs,” step inside “Hockey: Faster Than Ever” at the St. Louis Science Center, a team of local scientists work together on how to improve produce yields in urban orchards and community gardens, and what is left of St. Louis’ Goldenrod Showboat.
Rung for Women
Rung for Women helps train them for a career in a field that will be in demand in the future — including in the geospatial industry.
St. Louis Agtech Startup CoverCress Turns a Weed Into a Cash Crop for Farmers
CoverCress is showcasing its success of a climate-smart seed technology as a cover crop on a farm in Illinois.
Lynne Cox, “Tales of Al, The Water Rescue Dog, The Making of a Super Athlete
Endurance swimmer Lynne Cox tells the inspiring story of her adventures with the spectacular dogs at famed school the “Italian School of Rescue Dogs.”
Hockey: Faster Than Ever at the St. Louis Science Center
Hockey: Faster Than Ever at the St. Louis Science Center explores the history and science of Hockey, while giving visitors fun hands on learning experiences.
Schankman’s St. Louis: Treasures from the Goldenrod Showboat
Many people assumed when the Goldenrod Showboat caught fire in 2017, it was lost forever.
But many of the showboat’s most historic items were saved and stored.