Kori Stanton, Eva Vanbeek

Local Motion: Let It Grow

Local farmers talk to KVNF's Kori Stanton about how they plan, sustain and grow their operations. Vintner Alfred Eames, farmer Scott Horner and orchardist Harrison Topp are featured.

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  • State senator accused of workplace harassment after using the wrong bathroom
  • Candidates for Crawford Town Council address public questions
  • Six candidates running for four open seats on Crawford board, ballots due April 3rd
  • Budget forecast for state makes things easier for lawmakers

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Suze Smith

Our gardening experts spend this Spring Equinox episode chatting about seed saving. Host Jill Spears is joined by gardener Lance Swigart and Delta County Libraries staffer Sarah Pope.

  • Cuts at Denver Post weaken already minimal local news coverage
  • Colorado researcher looks at link between domestic violence and mass shootings
  • Olathe, Parks and Wildlife to host off highway vehicle registration, workshop

  • Capitol Conversation discuss public pension plan going through Senate
  • Lack of snow in San Juan Mountains indicates dry year for Colorado River
  • Vaping causes special challenges for teens

Kori Stanton

Candidates from Colorado's 3rd Congressional district talk about where they stand on gun laws as well as school security and mental health funding.   We hear from Diane Mitsch Bush, Karl Hanlon, and Arn Menconi.

  • Mount Crested Butte added to Vail Resorts Epic Pass
  • Report from Denver on Wednesday during high school walkouts
  • Denver Post to cut 30 jobs from editorial, a third of its workforce
  • Parks and Wildlife to hold contest for young turkey hunters in North Fork
  • Rural broadband bill passes committee in House, to the floor next

  • Telluride students walk out in protest of gun violence
  • Thousands of students nationwide walkout in support of Parkland victims
  • Lake in Southern California filled by Colorado River is an 'ecological crisis'

  • Staff aides, workers at state capitol told not to talk with media
  • Lawmakers asked to pass aid for homeless bill for fourth time
  • Governor John Hickenlooper responds to rumors he'll run for President

Host Jill Spears welcomes gardener Lance Swigart and special guests Don Lareau of Zephyros Farm & Garden and Sarah Pope of  Delta County Libraries, for a discussion about seed saving.


  • Capitol Conversation discusses next step in gun issues
  • Fees at Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park set to increase
  • 16-year old Montrose student arrested for making threats on Facebook
  • Bill improving broadband infrastructure goes to full House floor


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