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Lynn Ware Peek

Producer/ Co-Host

Lynn Ware Peek is a long-time contributor to KPCW. She joined the station in 2008 with Tales from the Wasatch Back, was a reporter from 2012 to 2016, and co-hosts and produces two of KPCW’s Public Affairs Hour shows, The Mountain Life, on health and lifestyle airing Wednesdays and Cool Science Radio, tackling science and technology every Thursday. 

  • Park City Water Quality and Treatment Manager Michelle De Haan and Water Quality Scientist Iwona Goodley talk about the new 3 Kings water treatment plant and the science behind providing us with clean water, then, Michael Stewart and graduate student Chloe Marks of the University of Illinois highlight Utah's diverse landscapes in their Geology Field Camp.
  • Geology students from the University of Illinois are back in Utah experiencing, in real life, geology some have only seen in textbooks. The group of 36 students is exploring the west from the Wasatch Mountains, to Moab, to Wyoming in order to fully immerse themselves in the geology of this diverse region. Michael Stewart of the University of Illinois and Chloe Marks, graduate student and previous field camp attendee, highlight this summer’s Geology Field Camp.https://www.fieldcamp.org
  • Many heavy metals are found in the water in old mining tunnels around Park City. This water is what eventually makes it to our taps as drinking water. Thanks to the new 3 Kings Water Treatment plant, these and other contaminants are being pulled out before the water hits our taps. Park City Water Quality and Treatment Manager Michelle De Haan and Water Quality Scientist Iwona Goodley talk about the new 3 Kings water treatment plant and the science behind providing us with clean water.
  • The Teton Pass between Idaho and Wyoming has a temporary fix and commuters can once again drive across. We explore the greater ripple effects for the communities in Teton County, Wyoming, and Teton County, Idaho with Jackson County Commissioner Luther Propst, then, Jen Mann and Karden Rabin, co-founders of the Chronic Fatigue School, discuss the secret language of the body and how to heal chronic pain and stress by regulating the nervous systems. They’ve written a new book, "The Secret Language of the Body: Regulate Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, Free Your Mind."
  • Jen Mann and Karden Rabin, co-founders of the Chronic Fatigue School, discuss the secret language of the body and how to heal chronic pain and stress by regulating the nervous systems. They’ve written a new book, "The Secret Language of the Body: Regulate Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, Free Your Mind."
  • The Teton Pass between Idaho and Wyoming has a temporary fix and commuters can once again drive across the mountain pass. Jackson, Wyoming County Commissioner Luther Propst explores the greater ripple effects for these communities in Teton County, Wyoming and Teton County, Idaho.
  • Journalist and author Christie Aschwanden talks about why people who are fat and healthy may hold keys to understanding obesity, and veteran publisher Paul Oelerich, editor of Ascent Magazine and the forthcoming Vanlife Adventure Journal, talks about high-quality adventure publications.
  • Veteran publisher and former Park City resident Paul Oelerich, editor-in-chief of a print magazine called Ascent: Backcountry Snow Journal, and the forthcoming Vanlife Adventure Journal, tells how he and his publications thrive in the print world in which quality is key.
  • Journalist and author Christie Aschwanden talks about Metabolically Healthy Obesity, or MHO, in her recent Scientific American article “People Who Are Fat and Healthy May Hold Keys to Understanding Obesity.”
  • Nobel Prize-winning scientist Thomas Cech, who has worked on RNA for his whole career, presents his new book, "The Catalyst: RNA and the Quest to Unlock Life’s Deepest Secrets." Then, Nadina Galle, 2024 National Geographic Explorer and ecological engineer, discusses her book "The Nature of Our Cities: Harnessing the Power of the Natural World to Survive a Changing Planet."