KSFR News

Our new film reviewer is David D’Arcy and this week he covers "Harry Benson: Shoot First" which opened Friday and continues at CCA Cinematheque.

Direct download: HarryBensonDDA.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 1:29pm MDT

The first decade of the 21st century has had the second largest extent of drought measured by area, and is the first warmest and fourth driest in the record of measuring drought from 1901-2010.  The 2012 census described the entire 1.6- million acre Hopi reservation as farmland, but with only 1688 acres being used as cropland, and the vast majority as range lands. KSFR’s Deborah Begel spoke to Daniel Ferguson, who leads a collaboration between the Institute of the Environment at the University of Arizona and the Hopi tribe. They discussed the thinking in drought-monitoring and climate science as it applies to the needs of the Hopi.

 

Direct download: HopiDrought1220.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 1:23pm MDT

NM investigative journalist Peter St. Cyr is well known in Santa Fe for his bylines in the Santa Fe Reporter and his multiple awards for reporting. He has a new job as Executive Director of the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government . "NM FOG" is an organization dedicated to easing the public’s legal right to inspect public records and shining the sun on the workings of government – public government -- at all levels. He spoke with KSFR's Ellen Berkovitch about his new role, and his recent investigation into crooked licensing of medical cannabis operations.

 

 

Direct download: StCyrFOG1220.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 1:07pm MDT

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