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  • In this episode of The Mountain Life, author Joanne Tubbs Kelly sheds light on an important, often taboo, topic — medical aid in dying. Joanne brings her very personal story and journey for her husband as she helped him die with dignity. She speaks with Lynn and Pete about her new memoir, Walking Him Home helping my husband die with dignity.
  • Connor Ryan, a Protect Our Winters (POW) athlete and passionate skier joins the show. He hails from mixed heritage - Lakota and Irish, this informs his lust for wide-open spaces, skiing big mountains, and doing traditional ceremonies.
  • Jack Walkenhorst, with the Kamas Valley Business Association, discusses their efforts to promote business and enhance economic development in the Kamas Valley.
  • Alexandra Lange, author of Meet Me by the Fountain, shares the history of malls, from the merchants’ invention to their contradictions. 
  • This week on Mountain Money, (00:01) Alexandra Lange, author of Meet Me by the Fountain, shares the history malls, from the merchants’ invention to their contradictions. (22:38) Jack Walkenhorst, with the Kamas Valley Business Association, discusses their efforts to promote business and enhance economic development in the Kamas Valley community. (34:08) Then, Hearth and Hill’s Brooks Kirchheimer highlights Hill’s Kitchen and their 2nd annual Astronomy dinner.
  • On today's episode of This Green Earth hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak speak with : (01:52) Evan Fricke, an ecologist at Rice University. When it comes to keeping pace with a changing climate, plants face a particular challenge, they are quite literally rooted in place. Now, their ability to move to cooler areas as places heat up is being further imperiled by loss of animals which plants often hitch a ride. They discuss a study that shows how technology can step in to predict how quickly plants need to migrate to remain in a climatic zone where they can survive.Then (27:37) Kimberly Flores, owner of FulFILLed Utah comes on to talk about her local business that specializes in low-waste living. At her shop you can reduce, reuse, and refill from a curated selection of eco-friendly personal care items and household cleaning products.
  • Evan Fricke, an ecologist at Rice University joins Chris and Nell to discuss a study that shows how technology can step in to predict how quickly plants need to migrate to remain in a climatic zone where they can survive.When it comes to keeping pace with a changing climate, plants face a particular challenge, they are quite literally rooted in place. Now, their ability to move to cooler areas as places heat up is being further imperiled by loss of animals which plants often hitch a ride.
  • Nell and Chris are joined in this episode of This Green Earth by Kimberely Flores, owner of FulFILLed Utah. She talks with us about her local business that specializes in low-waste living. At her shop you can reduce, reuse, and refill from a curated selection of eco-friendly personal care items and household cleaning products.
  • This week on Mountain Money, Joe Zammit-Lucia, the author of The New Political Capitalism, discusses how businesses that develop effective political antennae can enhance their performance in the emerging age of Political Capitalism.Engel & Völkers’ Paul Benson shares his real estate knowledge and experience in the region as real estate demand grows throughout the state.Mountain Money will end the hour with SoFi CFP Brian Walsh , who will provide tips for parents and students looking to pay for college.
  • Joe Zammit-Lucia, the author of The New Political Capitalism, discusses how businesses that develop effective political antennae can enhance their performance in the emerging age of Political Capitalism.  
  • Engel & Völkers’ Paul Benson shares his real estate knowledge and experience in the region as real estate demand grows throughout the state.  
  • SoFi CFP Brian Walsh provides tips for parents and students looking to pay for college.