A weekly spotlight on issues and individuals in the Moab community.
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Datura Dialogues host Steph Hamborsky talks with Ali Matz, owner and operator of Sister Root Medicinals and Wise Raven Herbs. Matz began studying herbalism and holistic healing as a teenager, after getting injured in a car accident. Matz talks about her journey in holistic healing, her process, and her favorite natural products. [photo credit: Wise Raven Herbs]
In a world of water worry, we turn to science and history for insights about water in the West and around the world, food security and the cycles of time. Hear a myriad of stories on the theme of “desert harvest” – from the origin of the calendar, to seed storage, and the histories that make Moab so unique.
Marty Durlin, Andy Nettell, and Shari Zollinger speak to Jaimie Bernstein; artist, writer, broadcaster, filmmaker, concert narrator, and the daughter of the composer/conductor/teacher Leonard Bernstein, about her new memoir, “Famous Father Girl.”
Jessica Soza has been involved in permaculture design for 15 years, specializing in food forests and soil development. She’s an expert in regenerative landscapes in a variety of ecosystems, and has taught and mentored other gardeners across the country. Join host Steph Hamborsky as she learns about Jessica’s work, why she firmly identifies herself as a “gardener,” and the potential of permaculture in our local desert ecosystem.
- Monday - 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Moonlight Mile Farm with Datura Dialogues on This Week in Moab- with host Steph Hamborsky
- Women's History Month on This Week in Moab - with Christy Williams
- SITLA on This Week In Moab - with Howard Trenholme
- 6th annual Moab Pride flies true colors with "Explore the Rainbow"
- Community Rebuilds: Update
- Youth Rock Camp Moab
- Bates Wilson Legacy and the 50th Anniversary of Canyonlands
- Canyonlands 50th and the Artist in the Parks Program