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  • Erin Easton, host of KVNF's Mindful Moments, stopped by Studio M to talk about the new nonprofit she just launched called Healing Collective of Western Colorado. Plus, the snow that supplies most of the water to local rivers is melting. KUNC’s Alex Hager shares a preview of what to expect this summer in the Colorado River basin.
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission Chair Carrie Hauser talks with Laura Palmisano about the agency's opportunity to be more culturally inclusive in naming, signage, and history programming. Plus a 5k in Fruita this Saturday marks the conclusion of a girls after-school program. Kate Redmond reports.
  • Ten candidates hoping to unseat Lauren Boebert and represent Colorado’s Third Congressional District describe how they think she’s doing. Plus commissioners in Clear Creek County southwest of Denver voted to recommend changing the name of popular 14er Mount Evans to Mount Blue Sky, at the request of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes.
  • Ten candidates hoping to unseat Lauren Boebert and represent Colorado’s Third Congressional District describe how they think she’s doing. Plus commissioners in Clear Creek County southwest of Denver voted to recommend changing the name of popular 14er Mount Evans to Mount Blue Sky, at the request of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes.
  • The BLM wants to expand protections around Chaco Canyon in New Mexico, and that means increased restrictions on oil and gas. The agency held the first public meetings about its proposals this week. Lucas Brady Woods from KSJD reports. Tomorrow, the Montrose Pavilion will host rock stars of agriculture at an all-day event bringing together leaders in regenerative farming and soil health. Kate Redmond speaks with two organizers.
  • The BLM wants to expand protections around Chaco Canyon in New Mexico, and that means increased restrictions on oil and gas. The agency held the first public meetings about its proposals this week. Lucas Brady Woods from KSJD reports. Tomorrow, the Montrose Pavilion will host rock stars of agriculture at an all-day event bringing together leaders in regenerative farming and soil health. Kate Redmond speaks with two organizers.
  • Governor Jared Polis called in to KVNF while kicking off his re-election campaign. Gavin Dahl asked him about crisis management, what he’s learned during a very challenging first term, and what he hopes to accomplish if voters give him another four years to run Colorado. Plus, Kate Redmond reports Delta County Citizen Report, a local nonprofit media outlet, is suing Delta County for failing to turn over records requested under the Colorado Open Records Act.
  • Governor Jared Polis called in to KVNF while kicking off his re-election campaign. Gavin Dahl asked him about crisis management, what he’s learned during a very challenging first term, and what he hopes to accomplish if voters give him another four years to run Colorado. Plus, Kate Redmond reports Delta County Citizen Report, a local nonprofit media outlet, is suing Delta County for failing to turn over records requested under the Colorado Open Records Act.
  • The 10th annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum takes place at the Montrose Pavilion this coming Friday and Saturday. As the microbiome health of soil is becoming better understood, Kate Redmond speaks leading soil scientist Kris Nichols, one of the presenters this weekend.
  • The 10th annual Western Colorado Food and Farm Forum takes place at the Montrose Pavilion this coming Friday and Saturday. As the microbiome health of soil is becoming better understood, Kate Redmond speaks leading soil scientist Kris Nichols, one of the presenters this weekend.