Navajo Water Project expands to Utah, Ever Presence Symposium on death and dying, Poetry Happens with Rock Canyon Poets and Lisa Bickmore, plus poet Rob Carney turns in his homework
The Navajo Water Project has successfully helped hundreds of families across nine towns in New Mexico access water. Now they’re moving into Utah. We checked in with George Shaw, founder of DigDeep, which is working with NWP.
Ever Presence, a symposium to explore the bonds of life and living, death and dying through deep conversations, happens this weekend. RadioACTive got a preview with organizers and presenters, including:
Poetry Happens, with Rock Canyon Poets’ Trish Hopkinson and poet Lisa Bickmore. Meet Bickmore Tues., Dec. 11, at Pioneer Book in Provo, where she’ll be the featured poet for RCP’s monthly Poetry Reading + Open Mic.
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RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included: