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A half hour weekly radio show committed to community, peace, justice, and non-violence issues.

The show aires on Community Radio stations:
KSVR 91.7 FM (Skagit Valley College) Wednesdays 5:00 PM PT, rebroadcast Sundays 8:00 PM PT
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Don McMoran, Director W.S.U Skagit County Extension - January 23, 2019

Interview Date: 1/15/19

What's the future for family farming in Skagit County? Is the glass half full or half empty? Host Jerry Shackette talks with Don McMoran, Director of Washington State University Extension for Skagit County. The discussion includes the answer to the question; "What is Extension anyway"? and ranges from sustainability to the future of the family farm and value-added agriculture. McMoran also shares details of the upcoming Country Living EXPO in Stanwood on Saturday, January 26th and the Skagit Ag Summit at the WSU Mount Vernon Research & Extension Center on Saturday, February 16th.

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Surge Festival - Local Artists and Scientists Collaborate in Climate Change Exhibit - January 16, 2019

The Museum of Northwest Art (MONA) hosted the third Surge Festival from Oct. 2018 through early Jan. 2019. Local artists and scientists collaborated to create the exhibition, meant to increase awareness of local impacts of climate change. Today's show is excerpts from the panel presentation involving some of those artists and scientists held the last weekend of the exhibit. A follow-up show will play excerpts of the discussion which followed the presentation.

Included below are websites of some of the artists who spoke on Jan. 5 which give the listener some idea of the artists' work, and include some of the images spoken about in today's program.

https://annamckee.com/
https://marycoss.com/
http://www.racheldlodge.com/
http://www.mcjunkinglass.com
http://www.skagitclimatescience.org/

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Welcome to the New Year 2019 - January 2, 2019

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End of Year 2018 Special - December 26, 2018

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East Skagit Farm to School Program - December 19, 2018

Access to healthy nutritious foods for children continues to be a goal for the Concrete School District's "Farm to School" program. This effort is supported by the United General District 304 in Sedro-Woolley.

Host Jerry Shackette talks with Marjorie Bell and Rachel Muia from District 304 who tell the story of the "Farm to School" program and how it is changing kids minds about healthy, nutritious foods. They call it a "revolution" in school meal programs. Plus, they answer the questions "what is United General District 304 anyway" and talk about the concept of a "food desert" in Eastern Skagit County.

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