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Pandora's Box
10:26 am
Tue February 25, 2014

Pandora's Box - February 25th, 2014

Credit Four Corners Office for Resource Efficiency

Host Lyn Patrick talks with with Sandhya Tillotson from 4Core, the Four Corners Office for Resource Efficiency, in part two of a conversation about making sure your home is free of toxins and volatile organic compounds that can be associated with common household items and appliances.

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KSJD
1:38 pm
Mon February 24, 2014

VOTE NOW! KSJD On-Air Volunteers of the Year

Over 40 on-air DJs and hosts volunteer at KSJD to bring you the music and information that you rely on when you turn on the radio.

Who has made the most impact on your listening experience at KSJD over the past year?

Click HERE to vote for the 2014 KSJD DJ of the Year for music programs, and 2014 KSJD Host of the Year for our volunteer-produced talk programs.

Celebrate your favorite KSJD on-air volunteer today!

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The Zine
10:52 am
Mon February 24, 2014

Colorado Education Funding & Amendment 23

Credit trustypics / Creative Commons

Education funding in Colorado remains below the national average, and local school districts continue to struggle with state funding mandates that pull money away from education budgets. KSJD's Jeff Pope talks with citizen activist Jim Law about what is happening with Amendment 23, a poorly understood law that recently caused local school districts to return money from their budgets to the state.

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SWOS Radio
10:12 am
Mon February 24, 2014

Southwest Open School Radio

SWOS students interview a couple about their struggles with generational poverty.
Credit Brad Higgenbotham / Southwest Open School

Southwest Open School is a place for experiential learning, where students actively participate in their own education. In the winter of 2014, the Radio Class chose to focus on challenges facing Montezuma County, including teenage substance abuse, homelessness, generational poverty, and a higher than average theft rate. Tasked with recording transformative radio pieces, the students set out into the community to find real voices. The stories they recorded are real, gritty, and ultimately, their own.

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The Zine
10:11 am
Fri February 21, 2014

Museum On The Ground

Credit Cortez Journal

Museum On The Ground is a program that brought 4th grade students to Lowry Pueblo to learn about the site from research professionals and Native Americans. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Kathy Stemmler, Director of Education at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, and Victoria Atkins, Lead Interpretive Specialist at the Anasazi Heritage Center, about the Museum On The Ground program and a new exhibit featuring art and photos from the students depicting their experiences in the program.

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The Zine
9:29 am
Thu February 20, 2014

Four States Ag Expo

Credit Four States Agricultural Exposition

For over three decades, the Four States Ag Expo has offered on of the most innovative and inclusive agricultural shows in the country. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Radience Beals, the Executive Director of the Four States Ag Expo, about what you can expect to see and experience at this year's show in March.

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The Zine
9:59 am
Wed February 19, 2014

Cortez Heart & Soul

Credit Orton Family Foundation

For the past two years, Cortez Heart & Soul has been reaching out to the Cortez community to identify the values and ideals of its citizens. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Cortez Heart & Soul Project Coordinator Rocky Moss and Kirsten Sackett, Director of Planning and Building in Cortez, about how the project is progressing, what it is telling us about Cortez, and why it is important for anyone who lives, works, or shops in Cortez to get involved.

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KSJD
1:13 pm
Tue February 18, 2014

KSJD Board Meeting

  The next meeting of the KSJD Board of Directors will be Tuesday, February 25th, at 6:30pm at KSJD's studios located at 2 East Main Street in Cortez. This meeting is open to the public.

Big Fat Farm Show
10:09 am
Tue February 18, 2014

Big Fat Farm Show - February 18th, 2014

Credit ginnierobot / Creative Commons

Host Sarah Syverson talks with Americorps Vista members Harrison Topp and Danyel Mezzanatto about how they got involved in the Americorps program, what they do in the community to foster the local food movement, and the impact of the program on their lives.

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The Zine
1:22 pm
Mon February 17, 2014

Abandoned Mine Clean Up

Credit Sierra Club

Abandoned mines across the west many times drain water that is contaminated by heavy metals and other pollutants. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with documentary video producer Tom Schillaci and Peter Butler from the Animas River Stakeholders Group about how their efforts to clean up these mines is hampered by legislation that places liability on them under the Clean Water Act.

View Tom Schillaci's video "Act of Congress: Good Samaritans & Draining Mines"

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