Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, talks with the folks behind Foodscaping Utah, a volunteer group that helps people in Ogden transform their front yards into edible landscapes. Plus, a Moveable Feast of the 5 Senses with Slow Food Utah, SLC Air Protectors' Medicine Prayer Run, a Joe Hill Labor Day, and homegrown music from Kate MacLeod and The Boys Ranch.
Gwen Crist of Slow Food Utah, which celebrates a Moveable Feast of 5 Senses later this month. It's the primary fundraiser for SFU's microgrant program, which funds projects for small farms, food producers and nonprofit organizations. The COVID pivot for the annual feast is presented by Harmons Grocer, which has a challenge grant to match donations to Slow Food Utah up to $5,000. Click here to help them out.
Jacob Crane of SLC Air Protectors called in from the road to share progress on the Running As Medicine Prayer Run, which started at Bears Ears National Monument earlier this week. The 352-mile run to bring prayers and healing to our communities ends at approximately 2:50 p.m. Saturday, September 5, 2020, at Warm Springs Park, 840 N. 300 W., SLC.
As we head into Labor Day weekend, RadioACTive shared a conversation with Jeremy Harmon. Director of photography at The Salt Lake Tribune, Harmon helped put together a webpage dedicated to labor martyr Joe Hill. Click here to check it out. To hear more about unions in Utah, check out Tuesday's show.
Al's #UrbanFarmReport, featuring Foodscaping Utah co-founders and husband-and-wife John and Holly Trimble. Their nonprofit organization helps people start growing some of their own food by transforming front yards around Ogden into beautiful foodscapes.
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: