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In this edition of the Morning Mix John and Peg welcome musician Dan Hall, also the weekend  events calendar, Hack Attack, Stuff and Junk and more.

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In this edition of Mountain Money, Larry and Dougb interview Ben Rifkin, Claudia McMullen and Haley Fort from PC- CAP Next up it's Eric Foncault, Park City Classic Barber,  and finally Marcyne Brown and Mary Brown from DiJore Boots, a boutique on Main Street.

In this podcast of The Mountain Life Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with  Brad Peterson,  Director of the State's Office of Outdoor Recreation. Then it's Nick Francis, President of the US Ski Mountaineering Association to talk about this weekends Powder keg races at Brighton.

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In this podcast of Cool Science Radio Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells welcome Mark Beckner, author of The Coders Path to Wealth and Independence.

Then it's Robert Selliah, founder American MedChem.

Nell and Chris first talk about population growth with David Paxson, President of World Population Balance. Although the planet is on it's way to 8 billion people, recent efforts in the areas of education, health care and technology are beginning to slow the rate of growth.  Then in the second part of the show they discuss the fact that, despite all the news coverage, more of the continental U.S. experienced record warmth than record cold during the month of February. 

In this edition of This Green Earth Chris and Nell speak with  Summit County Sustainability Coordinator Lisa Yoder. Then it's highlights from the news..Clean Air, Beekeepers at airports and the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Talk about money! It's pledge week at KPCW and the station is buzzing.  Larry and Doug talk about banking and employment with special guests including headhunter Bill Humbert. Then it's a Mountain Money challenge with Mike Kinsinger and Andy Feelander from US Bank.

In this edition of This Green Earth Nell and Chris first speak with Mike Luers, General Manager of the SBWRD, about the proposed expansion of the Silver Creek Waste Water Treatment Facility.  Then, they talk about some of the environmental documentaries shown at Sundance, and finally, they talk about the economic benefits of managing your rooftop heat tape.  That is, No Snow = No Tape.   

In this edition of The Morning Mix John and Peg welcome musical guest Jake Martin and Personal Coach Tiffany Peterson. Also high school sports and upcoming weekend events in Park City and Heber.

In this edition of This Green Earth, Chris and Nell speak with Insa Repien, Executive Director of Recycle Utah.  Recycle your Christmas trees, but not your shiny wrapping paper.  Chris and Nell also discuss Utah's Wolf Management Policy in light of the recent shooting of "Echo" the grey wolf down in the southwestern part of the state." 

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