This Week in Moab

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

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Future Visioning for Atlas Mill Site on This Week In Moab – with host Christy Williams

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Imagine the former Atlas Mill Site without a tailings pile. Russell Von Koch and Lee Shenton are asking Moab to do just that, by updating the community vision plan for the 480 acres near the Colorado River. Join in as host Christy Williams reviews the history of the site and it’s future opportunities. 

Moab Legend Bill Groff on This Week in Moab – with host Howard Trenholme

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From Moab’s mining days to mountain biking, local Bill Groff has seen – and done – it all. Host Howard Trenholme interviews Groff, now the chairman of the Airport Board, and gets a unique look into where the community has been, and where it might be going.   

Author Craig Childs on Radio Book Club – with hosts Marty Durlin and Andy Nettell

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Award-winning author Craig Childs spoke to KZMU about his new book Atlas of a Lost World: Travels in Ice Age America. Hosts Marty Durlin and Andy Nettell have a lively discussion with Childs on everything from the Paleolithic to the personal. Tune in to hear how much has changed since the time of mammoth hunters, and how little.   

Local Food on Datura Dialogues – with host Steph Hamborsky

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Tune in as host Steph Hamborsky chats with two women at the forefront of the local food movement in Moab –  Alizabeth Potucek and Shiree Duncan. They discuss the Moab Farmers’ Market and the new East Bench Community Garden, focusing on how these local food efforts serve the holistic wellness of the community.  

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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.
    Gratefully

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