KRCL Music Blog

Punk Rock Farmer: Summertime Pest Control

July 6, 2015 in KRCL Music Blog by Lara Jones

pests screen

Summertime and the bugs are getting fat eating vegetables in gardens across the Wasatch Front. Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer, brings you some advice on pest control with Jonathan Krausert, another punk rock farmer from SLC’s west side.

Punk Rock Farmer’s Daughter: Navigating the Garden

June 24, 2015 in KRCL Music Blog by Lara Jones



Aldyne, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer, and his daughter, Azure, talk about navigating in the garden. One more adventure to go, with big thanks to the City Sprouts Summer Camp with Red Butte Garden and Wasatch Community Gardens.

Wasatch Beekeeper’s Association

August 9, 2013 in The Beehive by KrclAdmin Beehive_336x280
The Beehive - Wasatch Beekeepers Association     


Surprisingly, The Beehive hasn’t featured its namesake until now! But we couldn’t wait any longer. These insects, and the living structures they build are crucial to our environmental health – especially the food supply. The Wasatch Beekeepers Association is an organization of people that encourages a hive in every backyard, providing community, education and support for newcomers and old hands alike.

Salt Lake County Jail Horticulture Program

July 19, 2013 in The Beehive by KrclAdmin Beehive_336x280
The Beehive - Jail Horticulture     


There is a therapeutic benefit to being outside and putting the time and effort into growing food. For a group of men in the Salt Lake County Jails, their time in the jail’s gardens helps them serve their time in a productive way, trains them as master gardeners, and prepares them to work in the green industry after they are released. You can visit the Salt Lake County Jail Horticulture program at their booth at the weekly Downtown Farmer’s Market.

Artists for Local Agriculture

June 28, 2013 in The Beehive by KrclAdmin Beehive_336x280
The Beehive - Artists for Local Agriculture     


The newest player in the local food scene is Artists for Local Agriculture, an organization started by a musician who was reading about industrial farming while on tour, existing on a gas station food diet. With community art gardens, and a starving artist program that provides fresh produce, the organization is weaving together the creativity of plant growth with the creativity of artistic production.