Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson

This month, host Will Evans speaks with Basalt-based architect Michael Thompson, who’s also a long-time friend of fruit trees. He explains when and how he shifted into a living world story.

Michael Thompson

This month on Shifting Gears, architect and local food advocate Michael Thompson explains how his daughter’s sensitivity alerted him to a change in the source water that they drink.

Three Forks Academy

Host Jill Rubin speaks with Michael Thompson and Stephanie Meltzer, co-founders of 3 Forks Academy. This episode covers topics like regenerative agriculture techniques, bee keeping, seed saving and more throughout the Roaring Fork, North Fork, and lower Colorado River Valleys.

Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson, local architect and president of Fat City Farmers, returns to discuss tools for extending the growing season with hosts Stephanie Syson and Jerome Osentowski.

Monday Community Calendar

Apr 1, 2019

Here’s your community calendar for Monday, April 1st, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, offering Cerveza Sopris Mexican Lager in partnership with Roaring Fork Beer Company. For the list of today's events, like "The People's Economy" community conversation at the Basalt Library, follow the headline...


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.