This Week in Moab


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A weekly spotlight on issues and individuals in the Moab community.


Herbalism and Wildcrafting on Datura Dialogues

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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]

Desert Harvest on This Week in Moab

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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.

Jamie Bernstein on Radio Book Club

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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.”

Gardener Jessica Soza on Datura Dialogues – with host Steph Hamborsky

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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.

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  • Theresa says:

    Assuming that the booktalk filled in for this regular Monday show…
    Listened to parts of Andy and Julia’s booktalk today. Is there a printed list available online? I didn’t catch all the author names or spelling, partly because I was driving home from work…. any help would be appreciated.

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