Programs

The Zesty Garden
1:07 pm
Thu April 3, 2014

The Zesty Garden: April 3

Dan Drost, USU Extension Vegetable Specialist

USU Extension Vegetable Specialist Dan Drost helps listeners know how to prepare their soil to speed up the planting process, including using plastic to warm up the soil.

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Access Utah
8:52 am
Thu April 3, 2014

"Radiant or Ravaged" Images of Water on Thursday's Access Utah

Pihotography from the "Radiant or Ravaged" exhibit at the Thatcher -Young Mansion in Logan
Credit brwcouncil.org

We’ll merge science and art on Thursday’s AU. The Bear River Watershed Council has organized a photo exhibit called “Radiant or Ravaged.” 

To view more pieces of the exhibit visit the Bear River Watershed Council's Facebook. For more details on the event visit their website here


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Access Utah
10:56 am
Wed April 2, 2014

Should We Amend the Antiquities Act? On Wednesday's Access Utah

Under the 1906 Antiquities Act, U.S. Presidents have the power to unilaterally create National Monuments. President Obama used this power in March to add 1,665 acres to the California Coastal National Monument. 


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Access Utah
11:21 am
Tue April 1, 2014

BASE Jumping On Tuesday's Access Utah

Credit shlackbeep.com

Three BASE jumpers have been killed in the last two months in Utah. BASE jumping, (BASE stands for “Building, Antenna, Span, Earth,”) The sport grew out of skydiving (some skydivers feel that BASE jumping gives their sport a bad image.) BASE jumping has started to gain a more mainstream following in the last fifteen years. 


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Commentary
4:40 pm
Mon March 31, 2014

March Is For Melting In The Arctic

Davis Strait sea ice from 38,000 feet.
Credit Jennifer Pemberton

You're probably not thinking about the Arctic now that spring is here, but March is the month when the sea ice is at its maximum. UPR's Jennifer Pemberton flew over the Arctic this month and has this reflection on the season's melt and the more serious melt.


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Access Utah
10:57 am
Mon March 31, 2014

Utah Farmers Call for Immigration Reform on Monday's Access Utah

Credit immigrationimpact.com

We’ve been talking to various groups with a stake in the immigration debate and Monday on AU, Utah farmers will have their say.


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Programs
8:24 pm
Sat March 29, 2014

Fresh Folk- March 29

Hi, this is Blair Larsen, host of Fresh Folk. Get ready for a night of new releases in blues this week, as I feature the very talented Brooks Williams, and the master Texas guitarist Steve Howell. I’ll also play songs from new releases by Lowell Levinger, Guy Davis, and Damon Fowler, to name just a few. Tune in and listen this Saturday at 8pm to Fresh Folk on Utah Public Radio.

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science questions
10:14 am
Fri March 28, 2014

Science Questions Explores Marijuana Policies And Prison Impact

Reverend Dr. Susan Thistlewaite

On Science Questions, producers Sheri Quinn and Suzi Montgomery explore marijuana policies and the long-term effects they have had on the U.S prison system...through the lens of theology from writer Reverend Dr. Susan Thistlewaite.  

Access Utah
9:57 am
Fri March 28, 2014

Conservation Writer Emma Marris On Friday's Access Utah

Credit twitter.com @Emma_Marris

 It is Natural Resources Week at Utah State University and the theme is "Go Wild, It's All Around you."  Nature writer Emma Marris was a featured speaker during this week's celebration and she joins us today on the program to talk about the latest wave in conservation and her new book, The Rambunctious Garden, that is changing and challenging our traditional views of conservation.  


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Access Utah
11:14 am
Thu March 27, 2014

Climate Change on Thursday's Access Utah

According to Reuters, a 29-page draft by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will warn that “Global warming will disrupt food supplies, slow world economic growth and may already be causing irreversible damage to nature” and “will also outline many ways to adapt to rising temperatures, more heatwaves, floods and rising seas.”


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