Host Joanie Trussel talks with Ninu-Alexandri Quirk, MD, about how to determine which eggs are truly organic, and discusses new threats to the organic chicken and egg industry from the USDA. Originally aired on August 13th, 2013.
Host Sarah Syverson talks with local WWOOFers (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) Sabina Beachdell, Kristen Evans, and Lillie Shobe about their experiences on an organic farm in Mancos and how it has changed their perspectives on food, farming, and hard work.
KSJD's Jeff Pope and Gail Binkley from the Four Corners Free Press talk with Taz Vass and Bruce Lightenberger, former members of the Dolores River Working Group, about the Montezuma County Commission's move to abolish the Dolores River Valley Plan.
KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with host Lyn Patrick about the worldwide diabetes epidemic, and how pollutants in our oceans may be causing farmed salmon to be a contributing factor to this massive health issue. Originally aired on July 16th, 2013.
The American pika, small, high-elevation mammals, are considered an indicator species for detecting the ecological effects of climate change in mountain environments. KSJD's Melissa Betrone talks with Marcie Bidwell and Adrienne Antonsen from the Mountain Studies Institute about this animal and why researchers are looking carefully at its habitat to learn more about climate change.
Host Jay Loschert talks with local Grand Canyon river guide Tim Cooper about his life as a river guide and shares stories about his first descent of the Little Colorado River and a mother's day adventure on the Dolores River.
Host Joanie Trussel talks with certified midwife Janneli Miller about the differences in natural childbirth and hospital births, and how midwives work to help women have healthy birth experiences. Originally aired on July 2nd, 2013.