Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, shares true tales from the agrihood with Bill McDorman of the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, USU asparagus whisperer Dan Drost, Red Acre Center's Symbria Patterson. Live music folks weigh in on a return to normal. SkyWatcher Leo T. #3QuickPicks on The People's Business from League of Women Voters of Utah. Fresh, homegrown music from Crook and The Bluff.
Editor's Note: The Soundcloud file above is an Extended Play of the show that aired on KRCL this evening. Enjoy more music and conversation from the agrihood! Tonight's lineup:
Rock Camp SLC Program Director Erin Kleven.
Fresh, homegrown music from Crook and The Bluff.
Dan Drost, USU Extension. He's one of USU's many experts leading workshops at the Virtual 9th Annual Urban and Small Farms Conference next week. Click here to sign up. It's free, you just need to register.
March 3: 8:30 | Annual Asparagus – Preliminary Assessments – Dan Drost, Vegetable Specialist, Utah State University
#3QuickPicks on the People's Business at the Utah Legislature with Emily Walsh of League of Women Voters of Utah.
Symbria Patterson of Red Acre Center. Patterson is hopeful for the passage of H.B. 94 -- Microenterprise Home Kitchen Amendments (Rep. Watkins, C.) -- before the session ends.
Getting back to normal? A conversation with live venue owners, programmers and managers, including:
Aldine's #UrbanFarmReport, featuring shares true tales from the agrihood Bill McDorman of the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance.
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: