RadioACTive: March 27, 2020

  • March 27, 2020
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#PunkRockFarmerFriday with the lowdown on hand sanitizer from Salt Flats Brewery and Ogden's Own. #UrbanFarmReport with Wasatch Community Gardens and Downtown SLC Farmers Market, both of which want to connect you with local growers for fresh produce. The Weber River Partnership turns nonprofit and, from the RA Archives, homegrown music from Salduro.

Tonight's lineup:

Homegrown music from Salduro, which played the show on July 5, 2019. Check out Insta-Gramo-Phone, the band's 9-minute existential romp available only on Instagram or 7" vinyl.

Daily coronavirus update, featuring Dr. Angela Dunn, state epidemiologist at the Utah Department of Health, and Jack Meersman with Gold Cross Ambulance and the State Emergency Medical Services Committee. For the latest COVID-19 information, be sure to visit Meersman's message: Stop overwhelming 911 with general questions about coronavirus. 

Scott Parker of Salt Flats Brewery, which has added hand sanitizer to its offerings, and it's FDA approved! Located at 2020 Industrial Circle, SLC, Salt Flats Brewery is open 11a-7p. Visit, fill out the form for Bulk Orders for Health Care Providers, Public Service Departments and Private Companies.

Aldine spoke with Destination Sports' Dawna Little Zukirmi, who is working to turn the Weber River Partnership into a non-profit and keep improving the Weber River Watershed though collaboration, leadership, and partnerships. If all goes right with the world, Zukirmi said she expects a community event on the river this summer. 

Voicemails from listeners Liana and Heather. Share your story with us. We’re airing messages from listeners, organizations, folks in the community about how they’re coping, how they’re distracting the kids, how they’ve gone virtual with their fundraisers and meetings, tips for working from home. We'd love to air one from you. You can record it at your leisure on a smartphone, just make sure it’s high quality audio (lossless on an iPhone).Then, email that file to Or you can call (385) 800-1889 and just leave us a voicemail. 

Aldine's #UrbanFarmReport, featuring:

  • Ashley Patterson of Wasatch Community Gardens, which is going virtual with spring workshops and the annual plant sale. Click here for more details. 
  • Alison Einerson of the Downtown SLC Farmers Market, which is on hiatus for the time being. Einerson said there will be a summer market. If you are looking to support local producers while practicing safe social distancing, Einerson and her team recommended ordering direct from growers and vendors:
    • Handsown Homegrown Vendor Co-op: Veggies, yogurt, microgreens, kombucha, bread, mushroom and more. Online ordering with delivery and discreet pick-up options available from Hand Sown, Cache Canning & Ferments, Bread Riot Bakehouse, Sun River Farm, Intermountain Gourmet Mushrooms, Cru Kombucha, Pomona Produce and Milk Honey
    • Bitters Lab: Online ordering
    • Canyon Meadows Ranch: Online ordering or contact them directly to arrange delivery or pick-up
    • Cache Canning Co Intermountain Gourmet 
    • Pomona Produce
    • Milk Honey Bread Riot 
    • Cru Kombucha have teamed up to provide delivery and pick-up of their locally made products. This is a great way to support the small growers and producers in your community while getting quality, nutrient dense food for your family. 

Although we’re practicing social distancing at KRCL, the RadioACTive Team is working remotely to bring you updates on the Coronavirus in Utah, as well as how folks in our communities are reacting. In fact, YOU can help us by sharing your experience and concerns:

  • Voicemail: Call (385) 800-1899 and tell us your story.
  • Voicememo: Use the built-in audio recorder or download a mobile app to record a short message about your coping strategies, questions you’d like an expert to answer, or anything else you’d like to share. BE SURE to check your general and all settings and use the highest quality audio setting. Then, email it to


Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, volunteers or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL.