Source Water

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.

Will Evans speaks with Katrina Blair about how she celebrates the connection between personal health, wild lands, and source water.

Will Evans

Brooke LeVan returns to the airwaves with host Will Evans to continue his New Year's report on the condition of Sustainable Settings and the state of the world. 

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.

Local elder, retired medical doctor and host of Shifting Gears William Evans has released Circulating Source Water. This monograph incorporates science, history and spirit to inform our predicament and offer new stories for life and healing on Earth. The book is available online and at Mana Foods in Carbondale.

Shifting Gears

Tyler Lindsay talks about his pursuit of flow and relationship with source water. Click here for part two.

Paul Hempel

Paul Hempel returns to Shifting Gears to explain the value of source water education in the introduction of the “keep it clean, cause were all downstream” program extending from Vail to Rifle to Aspen.

Paul Hempel is responsible for Source Water Protection within the Colorado Rural Water Association and has gift for standing with sufficient stature and neutrality to facilitate communication between the oil and gas industry and community water providers and swallowers.

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Hugh Kingery speaks about the American Dipper, also known as Ouzel, a source water indicator species.