State Senator Don Coram

State Senator Don Coram

State Senator is in the studio to give a summary on the state legislature 2018 session. The discussion provides information on the bills and their journey through the session. The focused bills are on transportation, broadband, and school saftey+funding. 

River District's General Manager Andy Mueller

River District's General Manager Andy Mueller

In this episode, the River District's general manager Andy Mueller calls into the show. This show discusses the drought and how it will impact the 40 million people that rely on the Colorado River.

State Forester Mike Lester Episode

State Forester Mike Lester Episode

In this episode, the State Forester Mike Lester calls in to the show. The focus of this show is on the health of the state forests. This means the link between water and the forests, what is happening to forest products, and how can you help the forests.

State Representative Barbara McLachlan Episode

State Representative Barbara McLachlan Episode

In this episode, State Representative of the 59th District, Barbara McLachlan, calls in to the show. The discussion surrounds suicide prevention, school safety, and the fires in Southwest Colorado. This episode dives into the reality of the current situations in Southwest Colorado and the impacts that will have in the future.

Special Guest State Senator Don Coram Episode - 04/28/2018

Special Guest State Senator Don Coram Episode - 04/28/2018

In this episode, we talk to State Senator Don Coram. This episode is a Colorado State Legislature wrap-up that has discussion surrounding broadband, hemp, Colorado insurance, school safety, and finally drought.  

Copy of Special Guest Joe Duda Episode- 04/20/2018

Copy of Special Guest Joe Duda Episode- 04/20/2018

Proud to introduce the first episode that will be archived of Diversions Radio. This episode features the Deputy Forester for the State of Colorado, Mr. Joe Duda. This episode specifically addresses the health of Colorado’s forests.

Water Is Leaving Colorado Farmland For The City — But Will It Ever Return?

Water Is Leaving Colorado Farmland For The City — But Will It Ever Return?

"Buy and Dry" was discussed on the last program of Diversions. This is something that needs to get more attention and needs to be discussed. The impacts that it has on the Western Slope should not be taken lightly.

Colo. governor to sign bill supporting next generation of farmers and ranchers

Colo. governor to sign bill supporting next generation of farmers and ranchers

SB18-042 - Agricultural Workforce Development Program was signed into law today. This is to help our young and beginning farmers enter and stay in Agriculture. The article is written by National Young Farmers Coalition.

Western Slope water won’t be tapped in new Front Range storage proposal, officials say

Western Slope water won’t be tapped in new Front Range storage proposal, officials say

Colorado is starting to pay attention to future water needs. Click the image to learn how.

Hemp farming exploding in popularity in Colorado: from 1,400 acres in 2014 to 17,000 today

Hemp farming exploding in popularity in Colorado: from 1,400 acres in 2014 to 17,000 today

It's about time that Colorado starts talking about hemp and the products hemp can produce. Colorado needs to unchain hemp, it can help our ag producers keep profitable farms.