On today's show, guests Collin Beach and Travis Wright of Park City Compost, LLC, talk about their new business specializing in commercial composting. Then, two Utah State Professors discuss how ecosystems recover from fire.
On Today's show, Basin Recreation has a golf fundraiser for kids, the Park Silly Sunday Market features food and music. The farmers market section is in prime season. People's Health Clinic comes in to say thanks, as they are sold out for their upcoming event, Healthy Laughs. A small taste of what to expect for Pledge Drive next week
Lynn and John talk to Jerome Kagan, professor of psychology at Harvard University and author of "The Human Spark: The Science of Human Development". In the second half, Billy Lau, computer science researcher at Georgia Tech, who discovered that attackers can compromise your iPhone through chargers and apps.
Co-hosts Nell and Chris first speak with Canyons Environmental Manager Dana Edwards and Director of Public Relations Steve Pastorino about what the new Vail/Canyons relationship means for environmental programs and sustainability at the resort. After that, Chris and Nell discuss some items in the news including the EPA’s announcement restricting the application of neonicitinoids on plants which honeybees forage.
Today's show starts out with Matthew Kohut, co-author, with John Neffinger of "Compelling People: Hidden Qualities that Make Us Influential". Then, a talk about "Up Your Score: ATC"." A book by Chris Arp,on how to outsmart the ACT.
Hosts Larry Warren and John Wells talk with Charles Gasparino, author of "Circle of Friends: The Massive Federal Crackdown on Insider Trading and Why the Markets Always Work Against the Little Guy". Then, in the studio, is Vanessa and Michael Dobson of Pop Art Snacks, organic, gourmet popcorn. Finally, a conversation with author Mary Rowbury, "Grab n"Go", on how to create your own emergency binder of essential records.
Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells start the show with Scott Sampson, lead researcher on the Grand Staircase/Escalante project that discovered a new dinosaur species. In the second half, David Biello, Editor of "Scientic American", about "Fact or Fiction: Science Tackles 58 Popular Myths".
Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Peter Koch, who owns a calf ranch and organic almond orchard in central California. Then, Grandmother Mona Polacca, one of the 13 on the distinguished worldwide grandmothers council.