Music Meets Activism celebrates 25 years of The Rose, a hub for emerging and established artists and arts. Featuring Repertory Dance Theatre's Linda Smith, former SL County Commissioner Jim Bradley and Matt Castillo, Salt Lake County Arts and Culture Division Director. Plus, another episode of Lake Effect, and KUER reporter Saige Miller on measuring water rights in Zion.
Tonight's show featured the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!
Lake Effect, a podcast from Utah Public Radio that asks the question, "What does the Great Salt Lake mean to You?" Tonight: David Rosenberg, professor of Water Resources Management at Utah State University in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He also has a joint appointment at the Utah Water Research Lab. To read Rosenberg's recent review of Lake Urmia research and how it can apply to the Great Salt Lake, click here.
Lake Effect is part of the Great Salt Lake Collaborative, a solutions journalism initiative that partners news, education and media organizations, including KRCL, to help inform people about the plight of the Great Salt Lake—and what can be done to make a difference before it is too late. Read all of our stories at greatsaltlakenews.org.
KUER reporter Saige Miller stopped by to break down her latest reporting on water in Utah: Utah can’t save or stretch its precious water if it can’t super accurately measure it.
Music Meets Activism celebrates 25 years of The Rose, a hub for emerging and established artists and arts. Featuring Repertory Dance Theatre’s Linda Smith, former SL County Commissioner Jim Bradley and Matt Castillo, Salt Lake County Arts & Culture Division Director.
Guests' views, thoughts, or opinions are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: