Spring storms this year have brought about damage to
many trees. John Bretsch from Davey Tree shares a spring checklist of how
to protect trees from damage and insects.
Patricia Billinger from the Red Cross gives us a
step-by-step description of the features of the new Red Cross Emergency
Preparedness App, and step-by-step instructions on how to install the app.
Andy Lopez is the Invisible Gardner. In an entertaining and informative
interview, he talks about controlling ants and other insects without
using toxic chemicals.
David Lyons, founder of the MS Fitness Challenge,
talks about the hope for victims of MS through their health and fitness
Megan Rees from the Dumb Friends League talks about
their work in rescuing dogs, cats, and horses, and upcoming events
including the wildly popular Furry Scurry.
Project Cure is a Denver-based organization that
distributes medical supplies to third world countries throughout the
world. President and CEO Douglas Jackson talks about their work as well
as their sponsorship of this year’s Dam Race in association with KNUS and KRKS.
Debora Scheffel, a member of the Colorado State Board
of Education, speaks about issues facing education including Common Core,
choices in public education, and the controversial Healthy Kids Survey.
March is Red Cross Month and many businesses are
donating part of their income to the Red Cross. Robin Finegan from the
Red Cross tells how your patronage of these businesses can help them in their
work, and discusses the full range of services and volunteer opportunities
offered by the Red Cross.
Wayne Connell from Invisible Disabilities
discusses the burden carried by people who have ailments that are not
readily observable by others, and the things that family and friends can do to sensitively
deal with them.
Millions of people are carrying the hepatitis C virus
without even knowing it. Nancy Steinfurth from Hep C Connection tells how
to find out and what to do about it.