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Pandora's Box
10:19 am
Tue January 13, 2015

Humanure Composting

A humanure bucket toilet.
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In this episode of Pandora's Box, co-host Joanie Trussel talks with Peter and Joan Brind'amour about how they use sawdust-filled bucket toilets to capture their excrement and use the composting process to make humanure for use as a fertilizer on their personal garden.

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The Zine
12:38 pm
Mon January 12, 2015

Bluff Hot Air Balloon Festival

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Hot air balloons offer a unique way to see the Four Corners area, and add a nice accent to the scenery when they fly. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Marcia Hadenfeldt, one of the organizers of the Bluff Hot Air Balloon Festival, about what to expect at this year's event January 16th through the 18th, and how it benefits the community and local businesses.

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The Zine
10:11 am
Mon January 12, 2015

Rico Mayor Gregg Anderson

Rico Town Hall
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In this Zine episode, KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Gregg Anderson, the mayor of Rico, Colorado, about the potential for geothermal energy and mining development, real estate, and other factors that are driving the economic engine of this small mountain town nestled along the headwaters of the Dolores River.

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The River Trip
9:01 am
Thu January 8, 2015

A New Film About The Dolores River

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In this episode of The River Trip, new host Sam Carter talks with Cody Perry from Rig To Flip, filmmakers from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, about a new film they will be making in 2015 about the Dolores River, why they are interested in making this film, and how movies about rivers are made using modern digital equipment.

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Big Fat Farm Show
9:42 am
Tue January 6, 2015

Understanding Permaculture

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In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Grant Curry of the Permaculture Provision Project about the concept of permaculture: how it is defined, where and why it is applied, and how anyone can incorporate the basics of permaculture into their lives.

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The Zine
10:33 am
Mon January 5, 2015

Turquoise According To The Zuni

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Turquoise has long been valued for its beautiful blue-green color in jewelry of many kinds, but southwestern Native American groups use the stone for other traditional uses as well. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Dan Simplicio, a tribal member from the Pueblo of Zuni, silversmith, and fetish jeweler, about how turquoise is understood and used by the Zuni people, as well as how this relationship has changed through time.

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Canyon Chronicles
11:25 am
Thu January 1, 2015

Canyon Chronicles - Agriculture In The Prehistoric Southwest

Taken in July of 1913, this photograph features a Hopi woman grinding corn into flour.
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In this episode of Canyon Chronicles, host Mike Woodrow talks with archaeologist Patricia Lacey about how agriculture and growing corn transformed life in the prehistoric Southwest, and lessons we can learn from these early societies.

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Pandora's Box
10:57 am
Tue December 30, 2014

Moby Duck: The True Story of 28,800 Bath Toys Lost at Sea

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In this episode of Pandora's Box, co-host Lyn Patrick talks with Donovan Hohn, author of "Moby-Duck: The True Story of 28,800 Bath Toys Lost at Sea & of the Beachcombers, Oceanographers, Environmentalists & Fools Including the Author Who Went in Search of Them", about how he ended up chasing thousands of items that had been deposited into the world's oceans across the globe, what he learned through his adventures, and how Earth's oceans are being impacted by all of the various items that are being dropped into them.

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Veteran's Affairs
11:12 am
Mon December 29, 2014

Veteran's Affairs - December 26th, 2014

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In this episode of KSJD's monthly program dedicated to veterans issues, KSJD's Jeff Pope talks with Bert Valencia of local VFW Post 5231 and Montezuma County Veterans Service Officer Rick Torres about what resources are available to veterans through the county office, and why access to these services is important for servicemen and women and their families.

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Big Fat Farm Show
10:53 am
Mon December 29, 2014

All About Donkeys!

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In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, host Sarah Syverson talks with Rachel Karneffel, an instructor at the Medicine Horse Center in Mancos, about the history of donkeys, their unique behaviors, and how they can be trained for a variety of tasks.

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