Today Scott is joined by Arvin Trujillo to discuss the development of a rapid response team, public information meetings, and more about energy development and how the events in Europe are affecting San Juan County.

Today Scott is joined by Archeologist Paul Reed to discuss what's new in archeology. Recent drought has brought about new discoveries. Tune in to hear about which are local.

Today Scott is joined by Paul Reed to discuss what's threatening our parks and monuments, ways we can help protect them, and what's being done to preserve our lands and historic sites.

Today Scott and Megan are joined by Mike Eisenfeld from the San Juan Citizens Alliance to discuss the changes in energy. How do we transition to more sustainable energies?

Scott Is joined by Paul Reed, and Clark Tenakhongva to discuss Chaco Canyon and the surrounding lands, and its important connection to the Native American and Pueblo People.

Seasons of Rock Art on the Colorado Plateau.

Come out and join the FPD for a bottle of water and Q&A.

San Juan County Fire & Rescue: Drought & Fire Danger
Deputy Chief Cardin & Deputy Chief Vega discuss drought conditions and high fire danger facing San Juan County.
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Solutions from the Street: Public Lands Clean-Up
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April 13: Andrew Weber, Exploring Utah’s Bears Ears and Cedar Mesa: A Guide to Hiking, Backpacking, Scenic Drives, and Landmarks. Andrew talks about writing this guide to exploring a unique part of the Four Corners, and his experiences doing so.

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