Jeff Reynolds

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Host Jill Spears, gardeners Lulu Volckhausen and Lance Swigart, plus special guest Jere Lowe of Earth Friendly Supply in Paonia have a lively Pledge Drive edition of As the Worm Turns.

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Jill, Lance & Lulu discuss harvest season gardening.

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This week, host Jill Spears and gardeners Lulu Volckhausen and Lance Swigart are joined by special guest Wind Clearwater of Clearwater Design.

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Host Jill Spears and gardeners Lance Swigart and Lulu Volckhausen discuss the challenges of gardening in this year's very dry conditions and take calls from listeners.

Host Jill Spears and her gardening gurus Lulu Volckhausen and Lance Swigart discuss summer harvest and other gardening topics, and take calls from listeners.

Host Jill Spears and gardeners Lulu Volckhausen and Lance Swigart chat about gardening issues and take calls from listeners.

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Host Jill Spears and gardeners Lance Swigart & Lulu Vockhausen discuss hot, dry summer gardening tips.

With help from broadcast engineer Bill Frost from Grand Junction, we got the KVNF 90.9 transmitter back on the air Tuesday, July 17. Translators in Ridgway, Ouray, Lake City & Hotchkiss/Crawford should also be back on as a result. Thanks for your patience!

Billy Strings, a 25-year-old bluegrass guitar wizard from Michigan, headlines this week's Ridgway Summer Concert Series broadcast, which originates at Hartwell Park in Ridgway. The broadcast begins just after 7 pm tonight, (Thursday July 12th,) and may include some of the opening act, Freddy & Francine. Tune in for a lively show!

Host Jill Spears and gardening gurus Lance Swigart and Lulu Volckhausen discuss midsummer gardening tips and take calls from listeners.

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Host Jill Spears and her favorite gardeners Lance Swigart & Lulu Volckhausen discuss gardening tips & take calls from listeners.

According to National Geographic, ninety-nine percent of the population of the U.S. and Europe can’t see the Milky Way from their homes. That makes many of us here on the Western Slope very special!  Feels good to be part of the one percent, doesn’t it?

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Host Jill Spears is joined by gardening guru Lance Swigart and "fair-weather worm" Lulu Volckhausen, just back from her winter of ski instructing, for a spring-time gardening discussion.

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KVNF is broadcasting from Intrinzik Music Venue in Montrose today, to generate support for our Studio M Project, bringing a KVNF studio to downtown Montrose. Drop in if you can (512 E. Main St.,) pledge online or call us at 1-866-KVNF-NOW (866-586-3669.)

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Host Jill Spears chats with gardener Lance Swigart, and they take calls from listeners.

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Host Jill Spears & gardening guru Lance Swigart discuss gardening issues & take liseners' calls.

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Host Jill Spears chats with gardener Lance Swigart and special guest Frank Stonaker of Osito Orchard on Rogers Mesa outside of Hotchkiss. Frank is also involved with the newly-reopened CSU Extension Rogers Mesa Research Station.

Host Jill Spears and guest Jere Lowe of Earth Friendly Supply Co. chat about winter garden chores & take calls from listeners. Tip of the week: water your trees! 

Host Jill Spears is joined by Charlie Spears, a Nutritional Health Coach from Natural Grocers, for a discussion of organic vs conventional agriculture, pesticides, gut microbiomes & more.

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Mid December nights are cold and often snowy on the Western Slope.  But, here’s an observing challenge:  Catch the peak of this year’s Geminid Meteor Shower on the night of December 13th to 14th.

Regular host Jill Spears is back on, with guest Jere Lowe of Earth Friendly Supply Co. on board to discuss late fall - early winter gardening issues, and take calls from listeners.

Guest host Amber Kleinman chats with guest gardener  Wind Clearwater.

Early in the evening, on a late November night, the Big Dipper skims the northern horizon. Turning our attention east-northeast, we first come to Capella, the brightest star in the constellation Auriga, the Charioteer, and the sixth brightest star in the sky. Unlike most proper star names, Capella is Latin, and means the little she-goat. Capella is a multi-star system about 42 light years distant.

3hattrio (three hat trio) plays American Desert Music. Their aim is to create a new music which responds to the natural world of their sacred homeland near Zion National Park in southern Utah.

Guest host Amber Kleinman sits in for Jill Spears to chat with gardeners Lulu Volckhausen and Lance Swigart and take calls from interested listener-gardeners.

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Host Jill Spears and gardening gurus Lance Swigart and Lulu Volckhausen chat profusely about gardening topics, and take calls from listeners.

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Have you ever looked at a full or gibbous Moon through binoculars or a telescope? If so, you may have noticed some bright streaks that radiate outward from a few bright craters.

Host Jill Spears and gardening gurus Lance Swigart and Lulu "Wicked Witch" Volckhausen discuss seasonal gardening tips and take calls from listeners.

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Host Jill Spears welcomes gardening experts Lulu Volckhausen & Lance Swigart, and special guest Jere Lowe of Earth Friendly Supply Co. for the Fall Pledge Drive Edition of As the Worm Turns.

As of Tuesday afternoon, KVNF has reached and surpassed the $60,000 Fall Fundraising goal! Thanks to over 600 listeners for your incredible generosity!

Any additional funds raised over the goal will be applied towards increasing local news coverage, according to KVNF General Manager Jon Howard.

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