Michael Thompson, local architect and president of Fat City Farmers, discusses a community conversation series that focuses on creating a "People's Economy" in the Roaring Fork Valley. The group will convene twice next month, on April 1 and April 18, at the Basalt Regional Library from 5 to 7pm.
Listen to this New Year’s vision from Michael Thompson. Drawing inspiration from the Maine food sovereignty act, Michael eloquently describes the opportunities we have with local food to grow the relationship of our wealth and health.
As rural land is acquired for urban development throughout Colorado, some ranches are exploring alternative sources of income while sustaining local agriculture. For Western Slope Resources Reporting, KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh has more...
San Miguel County – which hovers around 8,000 people and is tucked into the Southwest corner of Colorado – can best be described as a “tale of two counties.” Cara Pallone of K-O-T-O Radio and Western Slope Resources Reporting,explains how a new farm to community food share program serves as a bridge between communities.
A film about young farmers in the Roaring Fork Valley is making its hometown premier this weekend at Dandelion Day in Carbondale. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh spoke Tom Zuccareno, co-director, producer, and cinematographer for How We Grow.
Local farmers recently gathered at Mana Foods, Carbondale’s new health food store and, in many ways, the latest iteration of the Carbondale Food Co-Op, most recently called the Dandelion Market. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has more…
Jerome Osentowski speaks with owner Skip Doty and manager Dalene Barton of Skip's Farm to Market Stores and Stands in Basalt. Skip's vision for this local food hub is to provide the public with clean healthy food in a way that supports our farmers and cottage industries.