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Wildfires

  • Gavin Dahl speaks with author and environmental journalist Laura Paskus about her book At the Precipice: New Mexico’s Changing Climate. Plus, Writers on the Range publisher David Marston shares his suggestions for a new code of the West.
  • Part one of Gavin Dahl's interview with U.S. Senator Michael Bennet centers on his new SMART Community Policing Act, plus successful efforts to fund Colorado Wildfire Risk Reduction, resilient forests, coal mine methane capture, and renewable energy.
  • This week we get an update on the Colorado Outdoors project along the Uncompahgre River from Montrose Press reporter Josue Perez. Plus journalist Elizabeth Miller explains the impacts on hikers from wildfires in New Mexico, which she just wrote about for Backpacker. And we’ll hear from Writers on the Range contributor Matt Witt on a coalition in Oregon who defeated a pipeline project.
  • A new Interior Department report is sharply critical of the Indian boarding school system used as a tool to assimilate indigenous people during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Lucas Brady Woods reports. Plus, Coloradans are on edge as climate change is fueling bigger, more destructive fires. Some forecasters say things could get worse this summer than they’ve ever been. Scott Franz reports for Capitol Coverage.
  • KVNF board member Betsy Marston was honored with a Keeper of the Flame award by the Society of Professional Journalists on Saturday for her two decades of work as editor at High Country News and her ongoing work as editor of Writers on the Range. Plus Nevada, Idaho and other states are looking at reservoirs as a solution to secure a water supply. Alex Hager of KUNC reports on one huge project known as Chimney Hollow.
  • KVNF board member Betsy Marston was honored with a Keeper of the Flame award by the Society of Professional Journalists on Saturday for her two decades of work as editor at High Country News and her ongoing work as editor of Writers on the Range. Plus Nevada, Idaho and other states are looking at reservoirs as a solution to secure a water supply. Alex Hager of KUNC reports on one huge project known as Chimney Hollow.
  • 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.
  • As Governor Jared Polis kicks off his re-election campaign, he calls in to KVNF to speak with news director Gavin Dahl 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.
  • Montrose County joins area governments in declaring Stage 1 fire restrictionsWater Quality Control Commission declines to adopt proposal allowing…