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Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Megan Dean, director of education at Roaring Fork Conservancy, teaches students at Basalt Middle School how water flows from Colorado's mountains to big cities on the eastern side of the continental divide.
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Megan Dean, director of education at Roaring Fork Conservancy, teaches students at Basalt Middle School how water flows from Colorado's mountains to big cities on the eastern side of the continental divide.

KDNK's Morgan Neely has Wednesday's news, including a look at an upcoming exhibition at Carbondale Arts. Also, a new project is trying to lower regional tensions around water in the west ... starting with a group of 5th graders in Basalt. And, what do you get when you combine the game Dungeons and Dragons with the Center for Biological Diversity? A book that highlights extinct species in our region. Meanwhile, two wildfire-preparedness bills passed the State Senate this week. And the Roaring Fork Schools Board of Education prepares to face an upset public.

Morgan is KDNK's News Director. He comes to KDNK with public radio passion and experience. He was a news host, reporter, and operations/programming director at KAJX-Aspen, and has extensive experience working in municipal government.
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