For Land's Sake

Bill Kight hosts “For Land’s Sake" the second Tuesday of every month. The show features guests sharing thoughts on their personal connection to the land.

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Elizabeth Fourneir, author of the Green Burial Guidebook, shares about her book on environmentally friendly burial practices.

Dale Will of Pitkin County Open Space and Trails provides an update on the Crystal Valley Trail.

On May 10, 2016, Bill Kight interviewed local artists Mary Noon and Fred Haberlein for one of the first ever episodes of For Land's Sake.

Dr. Will Evans joins host Bill Kight to speak about slowing down in nature and allowing a relationship to the land to center us.

Genevieve Villamizar

Today's guest is Genevieve Villamizar, outdoor landscape designer, CMC Instructor and writer. She discusses caring for plants in the Colorado climate.

Morgan Hill of the Middle Colorado Watershed Council joins host Bill Kight to talk about the Wild and Scenic Film Festival later this month.

Will Roush, Wilderness Workshop

Will Roush of Wilderness Workshop joins Bill Kight to speak about President Trump's reduction of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments.

For today's program, Bill Kight interviews Bo Persiko, at Colorado Mountain College, about environmental ethics.

Today on For Land's Sake, Beth White and Matt Annabel join host Bill Kight to talk about Ballot Issue 1A and the importance of historical societies in Colorado.

KDNK's Public Affairs program For Land's Sake features guest Dale Will, of the Pitkin County Open Space and Trails program, talking about the completion of the Crystal River Trail to Crested Butte.

Bill Kight interviews local land activist Steve Smith about current threats to public land.

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Gwen Garcelon, executive director of the Roaring Fork Food Alliance, joins Bill Kight to talk about the local food movement and increasing demand for food security in Colorado.

The Middle Colorado Watershed Council works to protect the Colorado River and its tributaries, except the Roaring Fork River, from the border of Garfield and Eagle counties downstream to the east end of Debeque Canyon.  Today's show features Laurie Rink, executive director of the Council, and Morgan Hill, Board vice-president.

M. John Fayhee, author, Aspen Times reporter, and former editor of the Mountain Gazette, is Bill's guest this month.

Host Bill Kight refreshes our memories of Ed Abbey and introduces him to the next generation of land lovers.

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Karen Schroyer is the Aspen/Sopris District Ranger for the White River National Forest. She joins host Bill Kight to talk local public lands issues.

Local ecologist Delia Malone talks to Bill about the importance of wildland predators.

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Host Bill Kight goes in depth with Will Roush of Wilderness Workshop about the 25 canceled natural gas leases on the Thompson Divide.

For Land's Sake October, 2016

Oct 11, 2016

Jonathan Dunn discusses his idea for a park, instead of housing developments, at the confluence of the Roaring Fork and Colorado Rivers in Glenwood Springs.

Bill's guest today is landscape artist and writer Genevieve Joelle Villamizar.