Featured Programs on KSJD January 14th-20thSaturday, January 14th
Tune in to Mountain Stage on KSJD at 1pm Saturday afternoon for amazing live musical performances. This week's line-up includesLucinda Williams, Red Horse (comprised of John Gorka, Lucy Kaplansky, and Eliza Gilkyson), Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion, and The Low Anthem.
Sunday, January 15th
The Moth Radio Hour continues on Sundries, KSJD's radio variety hour at 9am Sunday morning. In this week's episode: A hiker is pinned underneath a refrigerator-sized boulder deep in the wilderness, a speechwriter describes his most challenging assignment to "make Al Gore funny", and a young art student battles her demons in the pursuit of love.
Monday January 16th through Friday January 20th
The story of water in the Dolores River has a complicated and important history that continues to affect water policy today. Starting Monday, January 16th, KSJD will present a five-part series to examine this history, the hydrology of the Dolores River, and how the various water users are working together to consider the future of water and this critical natural resource.
Join us for "In The Current: a Focus on Water in the Dolores River", every weekday morning, January 16th through 20th, during the morning Zine at 8:30 on KSJD.
In The Current: a Focus on Water in the Dolores River schedule of topics:
Monday, January 16th - A Brief History of Water Rights, Allocations, and Uses from the Dolores River
Tuesday, January 17th - The Dolores River Dialog and "The Way Forward" Project
Wednesday, January 18th - The Intersection of Federal and State Water Regulations
Thursday, January 19th - Hydrology of the Dolores River and How the Major Users Manage Their Respective Shares
Friday, January 20th - Where Do We Go From Here? Perspectives of Various Stakeholders