Various hosts and guests take a look at people making a difference.
It started out as an innovative book about leadership and civic engagement.
Four years later, it's successfully morphed into a weekly KVMR 89.5 FM radio series about, you guessed it, leadership and civic engagement.
"Originally, a group from the Center for Non-Profit leadership formed the Sages Leadership Project," explained Keith Porter, one of the radio show co-hosts. "The purpose was to determine why this community seems to run so well."
Host Patricia Smith and producer Martin Webb discuss all aspects of this hot topic.
Listeners are encouraged to call in and share their views at 530.265.9555.
Sienna sends out a wake up call that kicks "kumbayatic" butt. She answers listeners' questions, shows how they are responsible for the condition of their lives and offers a different perspective on how life works.
Health Care issues; local, national, & international. You can email host/producer Arly Helm and Best of Health at: arly @ kvmr.org
Exploring the science of health in the context of social justice and environmental responsibility. Various KMVR broadcasters also address science, health, and activism during the lunchtime “talkies,” 1 to 2pm weekdays; see the Program Schedule for complete listings.
Welcome to the Homestead Radio Hour! We'll be focusing on backyard farming and urban homesteading for those who wish to be as self-sufficient as possible, without large amounts of land or time. Here on our KVMR program page, you'll find links, resources, photos, and more. Here's to creating a more sustainable and rewarding lifestyle, right in your own backyard! The Homestead Radio Hour is every person's guide to do-it-yourself sustainability - backyard farming and urban homesteading for those who wish to be as self-sufficient as possible, without large amounts of land or time.