Fracking and Black Sheep on Access Utah

May 18, 2012

Friday on Access Utah, we first have  Science Questions, storytelling is combined with music as people tell their experiences with hydraulic fracturing and the earthquakes and other effects from it.

Then we hear about  "Black Sheep" discuss their experiences being different. The first is by David Ellis Dickerson, who tells us about his mission to save his family from themselves. Then, Canadian author Ryan Knighton speaks about his experiences as a blind father taking his daughter for their first walk. The final story is given by Salt Lake writer Constance Crompton, about shopping.