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My Own Two Hands
Fourth Monday of the month at 4:30 PM

Our local and global communities are currently being challenged by a plethora of environmental and social problems. My Own Two Hands is a monthly dive into these sustainability issues, hosted by Adele Craft and Adrian Fielder. Tune in to hear inspiring conversations about topics like climate change, water conservation, active hope, and self care. Learn about solutions and actions we can all take to make a positive impact on our planet. Listen to KDNK on the fourth Monday of the month at 4:30.

Latest Episodes
  • On this month's episode of My Own Two Hands, hosts Adele Craft and Adrian Fielder speak with Seth Goddard of Slalom ESG. They talk about sustainability, ESG or Environmental Social Governance, regenerative economies, and using data as a tool for change.
  • On October's episode of My Own Two Hands, host Adrian Fielder talks with Colorado Mountain College sustainability studies student Fallon Santander about sustainability, permaculture, plants, food systems, and more.
  • On this month's episode of My Own Two Hands, host Adrian Fielder speaks with Kim Langmaid, Colorado Mountain College's Associate Professor of Sustainability Studies and Mayor of Vail. They talk about sustainability and stewardship in the Eagle Valley, as well as CMC's Sustainability Studies program.
  • Hosts Adele Craft and Adrian Fielder talk with Aaron Perry, founder of the non-profit Y on Earth Community. They discuss sustainability, holistic health, and Aaron's new book "Viriditas".
  • Recent Colorado Mountain College Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies graduate, Christina Matzl, talks about her senior capstone project. We talk about factors that contribute to community involvement in climate change initiatives.
  • Recent Colorado Mountain College Sustainability Studies graduate, Jarrod Majkut, talks about his senior capstone project. We dig into the power of narrative and storytelling to influence climate action, conservation, and change.
  • On this special episode of My Own Two Hands, host Adrian Fielder chats with CRMPI founder Jerome Osentowski, planner Maya Ward, and local expert Michael Thompson about the special use permit relating to Colorado Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, July 7th at the El Jebel Courthouse at 2:30 pm.
  • Colorado Mountain College sustainability studies student, Holly Fox, discusses affordable housing in her hometown of Steamboat Springs. Learn more about the Brown Ranch affordable housing development by listening to this episode with guest Sheila Henderson of the Yampa Valley Housing Authority.
  • Colorado Mountain College sustainability studies students, Sierra and Camden, discuss water issues in their watershed: the Yampa River Valley. They learn about problems and solutions to this sustainability issue by talking with Madison Muxworthy with the Yampa Valley Sustainability Council, and Ben Beall of Friends of the Yampa.
  • On this month's My Own Two Hands, Adele Craft talks with Sheehan Meagher and Ava Gilbert about local food systems, farming, and community resiliency.