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Claire Wiley

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Claire is the producer of This Green Earth and a volunteer DJ on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Zach Frankel, Executive Director at the Utah Rivers Council shares his concerns about proposed laws on Utah’s Capitol Hill that he says will lead to development without public oversight or transparency.
  • Summit County Lands and Natural Resources Director Jess Kirby has updates on the 910 and Ure ranches.
  • John Marzluff, Professor Emeritus of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington, discusses his highly acclaimed book “Gifts of the Crow: How Perception, Emotion, and Thought Allow Smart Birds to Behave Like Humans.”
  • Professor Emeritus of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington, John Marzluff, discusses his highly acclaimed book “Gifts of the Crow: How Perception, Emotion, and Thought Allow Smart Birds to Behave Like Humans.”Then, Zach Frankel, Executive Director at the Utah Rivers Council shares his concerns about proposed laws on Utah’s Capitol Hill that he says will lead to development without public oversight or transparency. And Summit County Lands and Natural Resources Director Jess Kirby has updates on the 910 and Ure ranches.
  • Chris and Claire speak with John Vucetich, a professor of wildlife ecology at Michigan Tech. He is the author of a new book about wolves titled, "Restoring the Balance: What Wolves Tell Us About Our Relationship With Nature." Then, Colette Adkins, Carnivore Conservation Program Director and Senior Attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, joins the show to talk about the fate of gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains after they were denied Endangered Species Act protection.
  • Chris and Claire speak with John Vucetich, a professor of wildlife ecology at Michigan Tech. He is the author of a new book about wolves titled, "Restoring the Balance: What Wolves Tell Us About Our Relationship With Nature."
  • Colette Adkins, Carnivore Conservation Program Director and Senior Attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, joins the show to talk about the fate of gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains after they were denied Endangered Species Act protection.
  • Chris and Claire speak with Recycle Utah’s Mary Closser about the recent Green Business Awards and welcome local award winners Kimberly Flores with Fulfilled and Julie Finnegan from Abode Luxury Rentals. Then, journalist David Owen of the New Yorker discusses his book "Where the Water Goes: Life and Death Along the Colorado River."
  • Then, journalist David Owen of the New Yorker discusses his book "Where the Water Goes: Life and Death Along the Colorado River."
  • Chris and Claire speak with Recycle Utah’s Mary Closser about the recent Green Business Awards and welcome local award winners Kimberly Flores with Fulfilled and Julie Finnegan from Abode Luxury Rentals.