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iSeeChange

KVNF is proud to be the anchor station for iSeeChange in Colorado.  iSeeChange is in its new season, one of the few projects to renew it's participation in Localore, a national public media initiative produced by AIR (the Association for Independents in Radio).

iSeeChange is a crowd-sourced reporting project with KVNF that draws on community observations about seasonal shifts in the weather. Produced by Jake Ryan, iSeeChange hosts conversations between citizens and leading scientists about environmental change in western Colorado — showcasing debates about climate through a mobile documentary unit, weekly radio broadcasts, and multimedia explorations of each season.

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And check out the iSeeChange Trailer!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wTjqtlWTFmk

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Created by Julia Kumari Drapkin, the iSeeChange project at KVNF is part of Localore, a nationwide production of AIR designed to accelerate transformation and extend public service media to all Americans. KVNF is part of a nation-wide colaboration with partner stations, universities, and scientific organizations. Localore is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Wyncote Foundation, the John T. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Latest Episodes
  • On this episode: Phenology, the timing of nature. We’ll talk about what’s going on right here in the North Fork and worldwide, answering some of the…
  • Temperatures across the Western Slope have been pleasant for the past month or so. At iseechange.org, we’ve seen a few postings noticing the spring-like…
  • The skies have cleared up over the Western Slope lately, but a lot of snow fell on Colorado. That's good news for water supplies, but that might change,…
  • Harvest is done on the Western Slope. All the cherries, peaches, apples, and pears have been picked and sold, and now frost and snow is settled in. Over…
  • It’s been a weird year for weather in Colorado. With a winter so warm and dry that trees bloomed in January, hay farmers started having flashbacks to the…
  • The trees are starting to turn and the mornings are getting colder. Fall is here, and that means increased animal activity. As part of iseechange, KVNF’S…
  • Many people move out to the Western Slope to get away from city life and enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds of nature. When those sounds disappear,…
  • For this episode, mushrooms festivals and mushrooms lovers.The 35th annual Telluride Mushroom Festival took place recently. To give a sense of what that…
  • Something’s in the air. Ridgway resident Sue Husch noticed last week the same thing a lot of people on the Western Slope noticed: smoke. “The wind has…
  • As wildfires continue to rage in the Northwest, Colorado has had a relatively mild season. It’s unsure, though, if it will stay that way. Wade Hanson…