In honor of Earth Day, This Green Earth looks at environmental stewardship in terms of acts, educationand advocacy. First, Dee Williams discusses the growing "tiny house" movement in the U.S. and why she enjoys living in an 84 square foot house. Then Lisa Schneider of Habitat for Humanity comes on to talk about their latest LEED certified home, and finally Brent Giles from POWDR Corporation stops by to announce the winners of "Protect Your Playground".
The Park City School District plans to build a new $5,000,000 building near Treasure Mountain Junior High school to house the new PC CAPS program and provide space for professional development. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Larry and Doug have Dave Fiscus in the studio. Dave is the Director, US Commercial Services Utah Offices along with Mark Garfield, SVP, International Banking at Zion Bank. Tim Wheelright is the next guest. He is a member of AmericansForReform. A new report shows the number of Hispanic Entrepreneurs in America has grown exponentially over the past 2 decades. Finally, Chris Bender, owner of Paul Wyatt Designs, building unique and elaborate wine cellars.
Park City Mayor Jack Thomas says he's hopeful the battle between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail/Talisker will be resolved, and the city stands ready to weather the storm if a settlement threatens Park City's tax base. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
One of the key players from the Sundance Institute, Sarah West, is moving to the Park City Institute, the organization behind many Eccles Center shows and the Big Stars Bright Nights concerts. Rick Brough has more.
It's Easter Sunday and you will enjoy Cathy and Dave's banter about eggs. This show spotlights a family tale called "Broken Bones" by one of our listener favorites, national storyteller veteran, Donald Davis. Donald creates and performs stories that reflect rural America in the 50's and 60's.