In this edition of The Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney welcome Allen Tran, High Performance Chef and Dietician at the USSA's Center of Excellence who tells how to prepare the REAL Breakfast of Champions. Also on the show is Adam Rackley about his fascinating book; Salt, Sweat, Tears:The Men Who Rowed the Oceans.
Wayne Stevens (D) is challenging incumbent Kevin Van Tassell for his Senate District 26 seat, and Stevens says he's a fighter, not a follower. He also says he's looking out for the people, not big business.
His main issue is fighting a proposed phosphate plant on state land that, he says, will endanger Vernal's water supply. Rick Brough has more.
In this edition of This Green Earth, Chris and Nell first speak with Brian Kahn, a local financial advisor. They talk about how one can set up an investment portfolio that matches your environmental values and beliefs. In the second part of the show, they speak with local citizens who are in support of Proposition 1, a referendum which considers $25 million dollars to purchase open space and recreational facilities.
In this edition of Mountain Money, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Susan Ershler, author of Conquering the Seven Summits of Sales: From Everest to Every Business, Achieving Peak Performance. Then, they are joined by in studio guests Dmitri Sorokovski from Intermountain Airstream and Mark Blocker, managing partner of National Affinity Services.
In this edition of The Morning Mix, hosts John Wells and Peg Ijams talk with KPCW General Manager Larry Warren about weekend hiking between the seasibs, then Faye Zamarin stops by to give some fitness tips. Also upcoming weekend events in Park City.
In this edition of Cool Science Radio, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells talk hops, how it's locally picked and brewed. Then Daniel Goldman from Georgia Institute of Technology joins the show to talk about robots and rattlesnakes. Also this week, Lynn and John speak with Ruth Defries, author of The Big Rachet.
Today in the program, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Mike Kilchenstein of RAMP Sports about the big event coming up this weekend, the second annual Bamboozle Art Show and Party. He’ll share about all the sustainable materials you about the sustainable materials that go into skis and snow boards, then eventually are re-purposed for art.
Then Tara Mohr, author of Playing Big. She is all over the media with her message – especially to women to find your voice and your passion and to play bigger in their work and in their lives.
In this edition of This Green Earth Chris Cherniak and guest co-host Carolyn Frankenberg first speak with Charles Nuckolls, a member of MESA, Mormon Environmental Stewardship Alliance. After that, they speak with Elizabeth Royte about her article in National Geographic Magazine titled The High Cost of Food Waste. Farmers, shippers, supermarkets and restaurants are all employing tactics to reduce the amount of food loss and food waste.
A group of experts laid out plans for the Mountain Accord process - still in the draft phase - before a packed room of curious onlookers Monday evening. They address how this group will address the management of population pressures along the mountains, canyons and valleys of the central Wasatch. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Glenn Wright is running against a Republican incumbent for State House District 54, which includes Park City, but he says he is talking about issues that are important to the state - like how education gets the short end of the funding stick. Rick Brough has more.