KSFRNews podcast

The Executive Director and the Land Use and Development Director of Santa Fe Housing Trust join me to talk affordable housing.

Direct download: HousingTrust828.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 9:52am MDT

it’s time for Science Monday and a topic that many of us can probably relate to— the noisy environment. As we blip, beep and bling our way through the day—not to mention sneezing, crumpling, chewing and honking—what does that mean for the ecosystems and the creatures who live in them with and among us? I spoke to Rachel Buxton of Colorado State University.

Direct download: Buxton828.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 9:51am MDT

More than 300 workers at the Hanford nuclear facility in Washington may have been exposed to airborne radioactive contamination. That in a leak at Hanford on June 8th. Ellen Lockyer speaks to Greg Mello for more on that—and an alarming new proposal potentially bringing more radioactive waste to New Mexico.

Direct download: Hanford828.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 9:50am MDT

Ellen Lockyer speaks with Earth Justice about the endangered gray wolf rulings. David D'Arcy contributes a movie review on Logan Lucky, Steven Soderbergh's return to filmmaking after a long absence.

Direct download: WUC825.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 9:48am MDT

Mya Green interviews the Program Director for the Lifelink's Human Trafficking Aftercare Program, and then hosts a follow-up interview with Detective Kyle Woods of Bernalillo County's "Ghost Unit."

Direct download: Trafficking824.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 12:00pm MDT

Tribal art dealers and tribal leaders and members have not always seen eye to eye on questions surrounding the ownership of tribal objects. But a recent symposium held by the Association of Tribal Art Dealers with the School for Advanced Research is helping to move the dialogue forward. We have a discussion with two ATADA members today.

Direct download: ATADA_824.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 11:53am MDT

Senator Heinrich keynoted the 2017 Wildlife Corridor and Connectivity Summit hosted by the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, Colorado Wildlife Federation, National Wildlife Federation and Trout Unlimited. The 2017 Summit focused on U.S. Forest Service landscape connectivity projects in the Upper Rio Grande Watershed and collaboration between local, state, federal, tribal and non-profit agencies and organizations.   

Direct download: Heinrich823.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 11:51am MDT

Hannah Colton interviews Jennifer Tucker who co-teaches a class called "Waking Up to Whiteness," seeking to investigate how white Americans can better understand privilege and racial attitudes, including our own.

Direct download: whiteness.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 7:50am MDT

Health is more than health care. Santa Fe county gets in on a movement happening nationally that looks at an accountable health system as one that addresses social needs, brings costs down, connects services and collaborates for best use of resources.

Hannah is joined by Kyra Ochoa of the Santa Fe County Community Services Program, Gail Herling of Santa Fe Public Schools' Adelante! program, and Andres Mercado of the Mobile Integrated Health Office, or MIHO.

 

Direct download: acchealth822.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 7:49am MDT

Katrina Koehler, Executive Director of Gerard's House, and Roxana Melendez, Program Director of Nuestra Jornada, join me to talk about children in grief and providing a safe space to heal, for the last 20 years.

Direct download: GerardHouse.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 10:49am MDT