August 30, 2015 in KRCL Music Blog by Lara Jones
Episode 7 of #culturejock, featuring “BioPacr” with Todd Graus. Host Lance Allred talks with Graus about converting grass/lawn clippings into silage/cattle feed, reducing the impact on landfills. Here’s an excerpt:
Culture Jock - Todd Graus
Born and raised in polygamy and having traveled the world for 10 years through the game of basketball, Lance Allred attempts to explore cultures, be it religious, work, family, state or national cultures, through his podcast, Culture Jock, discussing the ironies and misconceptions that surround them. To find full podcast interviews, visit www.lanceallred41.com/culture-jock/. A KRCL podcast partner, Culture Jock is produced by Lance Allred.
July 19, 2015 in KRCL Music Blog by Lara Jones
Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer, talks crop rotation with Jonathan K., who’s been growing the majority of his food at his house on SLC’s west side for 30 years.
April 26, 2013 in The Beehive by KrclAdmin
The Beehive - Four Corners Utah
Josh Scheuerman started running a few years ago, and around the same time he picked up the hobby – he started picking up the trash he found along the road. Now, he’s expanding this litter pickup up project around the state – starting on Earth Day, he’ll be running in sections of communities located at the four corners of the state, and talking to local leadership about the garbage he finds, and ways we can reduce this problem.
April 22, 2013 in The Beehive by KrclAdmin
The Beehive - Live Green Festival
This year, the Downtown SLC LiveGreen Festival celebrates 10 years of providing resources for community members to enjoy sustainable lifestyles. Kicking off the summer with a family-friendly outdoor event, the festival hosts vendors and entertainment.
April 16, 2013 in The Beehive by KrclAdmin
The Beehive - Open Streets Day
Following in the vein of other major metropolitan areas, downtown Salt Lake City is blocking off a section of downtown to cars, and making the city streets open only to bikes, blades, boards, and pedestrians. It’s another piece of Utah’s increasingly bike-friendly puzzle.