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Wynn Jones and Tami Graham discuss KSJD-KSUT local news collaboration covering underrepresented voices

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Tami Graham (left), KSUT's executive director, and Wynn Jones (right), KSJD's executive director, at Fenceline Cider in Mancos this winter.

KSJD Community Radio and KSUT Public Radio in Ignacio are embarking on a new collaboration funded by the Colorado Media Project. It's called Voices from the Edge of the Colorado Plateau, and it's goal is to create more coverage of underrepresented communities in the Four Corners.

On a recent warm winter day, KSJD news director Lucas Brady Woods sat down for a cider with Wynn Jones, KSJD's executive director, and Tami Graham, KSUT's executive director, to discuss the project and why it's important for communities in the region.