Public Affairs

Shifting Gears

Local Tyler Lindsay returns to talk about his pursuit of flow and relationship with source water on Shifting Gears. Click here for part one.

KDNK's Geeks take calls and chat about the latest in tech and personal affairs.

Marjory Wildcraft

Marjory Wildcraft founded The Grow Network to promote sustainable living, food sovereignty and natural medicines. She joins Steph and Jerome to share about what got her started and what keeps her going.

Patty Fox

Professor Amir Yacoby teaches Physics at Harvard University. His current interests include understanding the behavior of low-dimensional systems and their applications to quantum information technology.

Jill Rubin

This month on Let's Talk, KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh gives host Jill Rubin the opportunity to talk about her life and the intentions behind her new show.

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Eleven years ago, Crystal Mariscal was living in a shelter with her four children. Today she is a city council woman, an award winning radioproducer, and a community organizer. Tune in as she describes how she overcame every challenge that life sent her way.

Geekspeak Gets Geeky

Nov 18, 2019

Today on Geekspeak, News Director Lucas Turner and Matt Mcbrayer talk about Disney+, getting pwned and other fun topics.

The Sopris Sun

Sopris Sun Editor Will Grandbois hosts this special episode of Booked, a throwback to Everything Under the Sun. His guests are newly-elected Roaring Fork Schools Board Member Jasmin Ramirez, Carbondale Branch Library Manager Lacy Dunlavy, and Nick Forbes, coach of the Roaring Fork High School soccer team.

Lift-Up

Today's guest on Senior Matter is Lift-Up Executive Director Angela Mills. Lift-Up is a local nonprofit creating a bridge to empowerment and self reliance.

Bill Kight

Local rancher Bill Fales talks with Bill Kight about protecting the watershed, the risks of wolf reintroduction, and the other changing conditions in the Roaring Fork Valley.

This month on Get Lit, Erin Go-Book and Ape on the Dink review Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote. Next month's book is Tears Run Dry by Patrick Kalenzi. Read along to call in and participate on December 9 at 4:30pm.

Calla Rose Ostrander

Calla Rose Ostrander is a Climate Change Innovations Advisor to individuals and organizations dedicated to stabilizing Earth’s climate. For the past 3 years she has directed the Carbon Project to scale up a massive innovation in compost application to regenerate soil with carbon from the atmosphere. Hear how her Waldorf education has given her a unique approach as a leader.

Dr. Tom Lankering

Dr. Tom Lankering is a contributing author for Wake Up the Happy Brain: Where Happiness Comes From. Tom graduated from the Palmer College of Chiropractic and has expanded beyond manipulation towards a more comprehensive holistic wellness program.

KDNK Geeks Matt McBrayer, Louie Girardot, and News Director Lucas Turner answer tech questions live on air. Topics include Windows upgrading, churning memory and "good tab hygiene."

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On October 1st, the Town of Carbondale Board of Trustees voted unanimously to recognize the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples' Day, rather than Columbus Day. The new event was inaugurated by historian and former Northern Ute Tribal Chairman Roland McCook, accompanied by drummers and dancers from the Ute Mountan Ute Tribe located in southwest Colorado. For archival audio of the event, beyond the highlights included in this program, click here.

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This month on United Way Cares, Highwater Farm Project Director Sara Tymczyszyn talks about her initiative to connect youth with sustainable agriculture beginning at the Silt River Preserve in 2020.

The Living Farm

This month on Living Permaculture, we're touring greenhouses at The Living Farm in Paonia with farmer Lynn Gillespie and Marjory Wildcraft, founder of The Grow Network. The Living Farm's greenhouse workshop, exploring different heating styles and designs, is offered November 7 - 10 and January 16 - 19.

Paul Goldbart is Dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Professor in the Department of Physics at University of Texas at Austin. His research focuses primarily on condensed matter. Paul also contributes to the fields of mesoscopic physics, quantum entanglement and chaos, atom-light crystallization in ultracold gases, nano-superconductivity, and a little law and economics.

The Geeks

KDNK's deeks chat about Catalina, Apple's new desktop operating system for Macintosh computers.

Today on Ask the Vet, Beth Broome and Dr. Melissa Gisleson of Alpine Animal Hospital talk about pet adoption.

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Lucy Moncada-Arcila immigrated from Cali, Colombia in 2010 and left behind a life of community service. Here, she talks about the dangerous encounters that prompted her to leave.

This month on Get Lit, Erin Go-Book and Ape on the Dink review Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland by Patrick Radden Keefe. Next month's book is Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote. Will April read it? Find out next month!
 

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The 2019 flu season is upon us. Jenica Vander Mark, Staff Development Coordinator at Heritage Park Care Center, joins Diane Johnson to talk about staying healthy and receiving support.

This week on Geekspeak, Louie and Matt experiment with web browsing filtration.

Rita Marsh

Rita Marsh is the founder of Davi Nikent, Center for Human Flourishing. Among her many projects in the Roaring Fork Valley, including recent efforts to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous People's Day, Rita advocates for the Charter for Compassion, a worldwide movement that seeks to foster a peaceful world where all are treated with dignity, equity, and respect.

The Endocrine Disruption Exchange

Theo Colborn is credited with identifying damage to human reproductive health caused by small doses of toxic chemicals called endocrine disruptors. Theo also explains why lack of public health protection of air and water is a concern to residents of the Colorado Drainage. Will Evans interviewed Theo in a three-part series in 2011. For parts 2 and 3 of their conversation, click here.

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Peter Goldstein, President of Hippocrates Docs, joins Ed Troy to talk about nutrition and food as medicine.

Living Permaculture Features Honeybee Herbals

Sep 25, 2019

Courtney Cosgriff of Honeybee Herbals joins Stephanie Syson at Sustainable Settings. Courtney's company is dedicated to providing Earth centered healing and education in hopes of restoring our connection to the natural world through rekindling an appreciation of the beauty and medicine it provides.

Patty Fox

Aparna Baskaran, Associate Professor of Physics at Brandeis University, studies the dynamics of soft materials far from equilibrium. She is presently focused on understanding active materials such as self-propelled colloids and in vitro cytoskeletal filament systems, field and shear driven colloids and granular materials.

This month on United Way Cares, CASA of the 9th Executive Director Christy Doyon and AmeriCorps VISTA Megan Beirne share about the work done by CASA of the 9th.

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