Public Affairs

Ask the Vet Gives Dog and Cat Advice

Aug 15, 2019
Alpine Animal Hospital

Beth Broome and Dr. Louise Marron share pet care expertise and recieve several informative calls.

A Little Help Roaring Fork Valley works towards connecting neighbors, organizations and services for seniors. Diane Johnson interviews director Mary Kenyon.

This month on Get Lit, Erin Go-Book describes the book Red Rising by Pierce Brown for Ape on the Dink. This novel is set on Mars in the future and is the first in a series. Next month's book is Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein.

Shifting Gears

Tyler Lindsay talks about his pursuit of flow and relationship with source water.

Fotion's Clubhouse Gym

The 2nd Annual Crown Mountain Strongman Competition is on August 17th. Steve Fotion of Fotion's Clubhouse Gym joins Ed Troy to share details.

Ranger Karen Schroyer shares about her time with the Aspen-Sopris Ranger District as she gets ready to move on after more than five years of service.

Adam Brock

Living Permaculture welcomes Adam Brock back to the show to discuss and celebrate his new position as Western Program Director for the National Young Farmers Coalition. Adam will also lead a 72-hour permaculture design intensive, the internationally-accredited syllabus and certificate, at the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute on July 15 to 27.

Aspen Center for Physics

Dr. Jim Halverson is an assistant professor of physics at Northeastern University and applies his background in computation and math to study the interface between particle physics, string theory and cosmology. Interviewing him are Sharmila Day and Maxine Mellin.

West Mountain Regional Health Alliance

Cristina Gair is Executive Director for West Mountain Regional Health Alliance. Here she describes the orgnanization to Traci Gurley-Tomashosky, host of United Way Cares.

Alpine Animal Hospital

Jen Kelly, a recent graduate of vet school at Colorado State University, joins Beth Broome to take calls and share advice. 

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Ski Country Amateur Radio Club Clark Heckert, President of  K3NI chats with Megan Tackett of The Sopris Sun about Ski Country Amateur Radio Club and their annual American Radio Relay League Field Day.

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Alex Sanchez is the new Executive Director of Valley Settlement Project. Here, he talks about the project, his childhood in Mexico and his journey to the Roaring Fork Valley as a young boy.

Louie Girardot and Matt McBrayer are KDNK's trusted geeks. In this week's show, they encourage critical engagement with news media and remind listeners to jiggle their cables and restart devices. Donna calls to talk about Google Lens.

Roaring Fork Insight

Lisa Goddard founded Roaring Fork Insight to make meditation practices accessible and approachable for residents of the Roaring Fork Valley. In addition to weekly practices in Carbondale and Aspen, Roaring Fork Insight offers a one-day silent meditation at Flying Dog Ranch on July 14.

Ted and Sue Zislis are retired and living the good life volunteering. Diane Johnson with Senior Matters invites them to share their story of arriving to Carbondale and finding involvement through volunteering.

Sheri Gaynor

Author, artist and life coach Sheri Gaynor joins Bill Kight to talk about her work and sources of inspiration. Sheri published Creative Awakenings: Envisioning the Life of Your Dreams Through Art in 2009.

Robert Egger

Host Gwen Garcelon shares Part 2 of a conversation recorded with visionary social entrepreneur Robert Egger in 2009. Part 1 of this conversation is available here.

Sustainable Settings

The fruit growing on the apricot tree at Sustainable Settings this spring affirmed for Brook LeVan the benefits of his long-standing, friendly relationship with the wild.

Leadville Race Series

Scott Ormond completed the Leadville 100, a high elevation ultra marathon, in 2013. He shares with Ed Troy about how he trained for that experience.

MacBooks have a history of being challenging to fix, especially the ones with glued-in batteries! Donna calls to affirm this and The Geeks respond by acknowledging that some Macs don't seem to ever die. This evolves into a thoughtful discussion of the Right to Repair Movement.

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Jill Rubin hosts another Let's Talk. This month's guests are Justina and Ted Potter of Potter Farms who have been farming and ranching in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 19 years.

Alpine Legal Services

Alpine Legal Services is a non-profit civil legal assistance agency dedicated to providing legal services and upholding fundamental legal rights in Garfield, Pitkin and western Eagle Counties. Here, Executive Director Jennifer Wherry talks about the organization and their participation in the AmeriCorps VISTA program. 

fatcityfarmers.org

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.

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Molly Hemmen had to struggle to survive her premature birth. But that challenge didn't slow her down. In this interview she talks about her Dutch ancestors, her family and her interest in genealogy.

KDNK Geeks Talk About "The Ring"

May 20, 2019
Wikipedia Commons

What ring, you ask? Foreign correspondent Donna calls in to explain.

Ask the Vet Talks Parasites

May 16, 2019
Alpine Animal Hospital

Dr. Liz Foster joins host Beth Broome to inform listeners about parasites: the myths and latest advice.

Claudio Pawl

On today's show, Sopris Sun reporter Megan Tackett interviews Claudia Pawl, managing director for Mezcla Socials. Mezcla Socials is a new latin-style dance group that meets at The Launchpad on Thursdays at 7:30 and ocassionally invites teachers for special workshops.

Peter Wohlleben

April Spaulding and Erin Galbreath, along with guest Susie Brady, discuss The Hidden Life of Trees, part of author Peter Wohlleben's The Mysteries of Nature Trilogy.

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This month's guest on Senior Matters is Brian Zaragoza, the new executive director at Heritage Park Care Center in Carbondale. Brian shares about how Heritage Park is empowering lives and restoring independence for our senior community.

Steve and Joel Fotion of Fotion's Gym return to A Weight Off Your Shoulders to provide details for the upcoming 2nd Annual Crown Mountain Strongman Championship.

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