Editor for season 2 of the hit podcast Drilled, about the origins of climate denial. Season 2 takes place in a California crabbing community beset by repeated open season delays, a toxic algae outbreak, and other problems stemming from warming waters. Host Amy Westervelt follows two fishing families as they navigate a new climate reality, while trying to hold those responsible accountable. Subscribe on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.
On your mark, get set, #utpol. 45 Days takes you behind the scenes of the Utah Legislature's fast and furious annual session. Each week, KUER’s Julia Ritchey and Nicole Nixon highlight critical bills and how they could affect you. Along the way, we'll introduce the movers and shakers who convene every winter on Capitol Hill.
After a story is reported, sometimes there's more to say. Hosted by RadioWest's Doug Fabrizio, KUER's latest podcast gives you an in depth look at our station's latest enterprise work. Each episode Doug takes you behind the scenes with KUER reporters to explore a recent story they worked on, often featuring extra tape that didn't make the final cut. Website.
Stories of the new American West. Reporters and co-hosts Julia Ritchey and Amy Westervelt cover topics that embody the rugged individualism and changing face of the Western United States. Launched January 2016 and currently in its second season. Episode topics include Nevada showgirls, medical marijuana, the cult of Tesla, Black Lives Matter and much, much more. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher or Google Play.
Established 2017. Part owner of a community bakery dedicated to slow fermented, hearth-baked bread. Currently selling out of local SLC farmers markets, we promote a more diverse regional grain economy by exclusively sourcing our flour and whole grains from mills and farmers in Northern Utah. Our weekly line-up includes Wasatch Wheat, Stoneground Utah, Bread Riot Baguettes, Salt Lake Sourdough and pretzels. At the Downtown Farmers Market on Saturday. For other locations, visit our website.