Lisa provides her thoughts about moving from reactive to proactive drought management for this week's show.
Lisa's thoughts as we remember September 11, 2001.
Electric City Currents, hosted by Gabriel with guest Ellie Weber, Education Director at the Paris Gibson Museum of Art. First half is about the annual "Arts On Fire" event, then during the second half we have a discussion about ongoing classes, workshops and programs, including Senior Drawing, the Curative Art Collective, Differently-Abled Art, and an upcoming Veteran's Art Program. To see a schedule visit their website at: www.the-square.org
"City Connections" - Hosted by Lanni Klasner, the City of Great Falls Communications Specialist. Her guest for this episode is Craig Raymond, City of GF Planning and Community Development Director, with an overview of the department as well as a discussion about recent changes and new programs available to local developers."
On Point, with host Rich Liebert interviewing Wally McGanicle and Billy Garberg about the upcoming 2021 Vets 4 Vets Stand Down taking place on September 23rd and 24th from 10am-5pm at the Montana ExpoPark Mercantile Building.
Dean Snow, Sober Life Program Manager, discusses the why, what and how behind the Sober Life as well as upcoming events including the Recovery Run and Stop the Stigma Week. Kylie Fisher, Youth Advocate, discusses the services offered at the Youth Resource Center as well as Alliance for Youth's upcoming Ribbon Cutting Event on September 30th.
This episode of Letters from a Land of Grass includes Lisa's thoughts about mountains and canyons.
A new short interview format show, which KGPR is calling "Electric City Currents" with Laura Detrick from Montana State Music Teachers Association about their upcoming MSMTA Annual Conference.