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Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program

  • On this episode of Brain Garden, host Jenell Hilderbrand talks with incoming college freshman, Ava. They discuss addiction, alcoholism, mental health, and aspirations for the future.
  • 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.
  • Kids' Corner is the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program's family radio hour created by kids, for kids. Our theme this month is spring. During this program, you will hear great songs inspired by this season, a read-aloud book, recipe ideas, a project by BES 4th graders, and much more!
  • Kids' Corner is the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program's family radio hour created by kids, for kids. Our theme this month is movies and films. During this program, you will hear great songs from movie soundtracks, a read-aloud book about going to the movies, recipe ideas to take your popcorn to the next level, and much more!
  • 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.
  • Kids' Corner is the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program's family radio hour created by kids, for kids. Our theme this month is animals. During this program, you will hear fun songs about animals, poems recited by students, a read-aloud book, play an animal guessing game, learn all about endangered species, and much more.
  • Fourth grade students at Glenwood Springs Elementary School studied local watershed and water diversion. The students created public services announcements about their findings.
  • Fourth grade students at Crystal River Elementary School wrote and recorded original poetry to share with the community. Here, the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program compiled a selection of the poems to celebrate and highlight the students' work during AZYEP public affairs. Visit https://www.kdnk.org/show/andy-zanca-youth-empowerment-program to hear all the poems.
  • Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program youth broadcaster, Zenobia Todd, talks with Colorado Teacher of the Year, Autumn Rivera, about teaching, her education initiatives, and her 2022 award.