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A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Control for White Mold, Foliar Fungicides for White Mold, Estimating Yield Loss Due to White Mold, Impact of Irrigation on White Mold, and Guideline ...
 
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Please help Jessica fundraise for her new podcast Electoral Elementary. It is a narrative kids podcast that explores simple civics lessons through storytelling and song. Starting Feb 2020, listeners will be able to follow Gloria Martinez, a proactive and meticulous 5th grader, as she runs and takes hold of her new leadership role in the tangled wor…
 
Jessica meets up with Aurora Mireles, an elementary school teacher in East Los Angeles. She reflects on that rainy week in January when over 30,000 LAUSD teachers went on strike. Ms. Mireles explains the bigger systemic problems hurting public education beyond teacher’s salaries: segregation, poverty, safety and lack of funding for fundamental serv…
 
We are back with Season 2! This series of episodes will look into some of the topics that the Democratic Primary candidates have brought up while stumping around the country. First up, education and teacher pay. Kyler discusses the state of education with the Principal Ronna Cochran of Sargent High School north of Monte Vista, Colorado. Ms. Cochran…
 
Kyler and Jessica discuss the anxieties and higher calling both their interviewees invoked when they spoke of their positions within the federal government. Did the president learn anything about using these positions as bargaining chips in his border wall negotiation? And will they have to talk about this all over again if he decides it is worth a…
 
Jessica sits down with a friend who works for the coast guard. He talks about life during the government shutdown and how missing a few paychecks affected him and his colleagues. Together they debate whether using federal workers as a bargaining chip paid off politically for the leadership or just damaged the country’s faith in it.…
 
Jessica and Kyler review what they learned from their discussions on race in the US. They conclude that the more people leave themselves open to uncomfortable moments the more progress our culture could find when it comes to bias and discrimination. This most likely won’t be the last time this topic comes up on the pod and that’s perhaps a good thi…
 
Kyler sits down with Luis and Samantha Escobedo to talk about their experience as a mixed-race married couple. Luis was born in Mexico and came to Colorado with his family at eight years old. Sam was born and raised in southern Colorado. They explain how their cultural differences have informed them as adults and what they teach their children.…
 
A wonderful group of women, from varying backgrounds, sit down with Jessica to discuss what it is like being a person of color in Los Angeles and how they plan to talk to their children about race in the US. Please join Raniyah Copeland, Maria Alex Cobian Alvarado, Shima Razavi Gacek, and Elizabeth Ito talk honestly about their worries regarding di…
 
Jessica and Kyler recap his interview with Jim Ehrlich and discuss the impending 200 billion dollar tariff Trump adds on Chinese goods. They wonder if there will be any winners when the war comes to a close. Kyler also throws in some new observations from his fellow farmers after a trip to Washington, DC. where he joined them to lobby for changes t…
 
Kyler shares a thoughtful discussion with Jim Ehrlich, Executive Director, of the Colorado Potato Administrative Committee about the new tariffs being imposed on our trade partners by the Trump administration. They speak at length about the purpose of tariffs and how the tricks of trade have rippling effects throughout the world. Mr. Ehrlich does a…
 
Jessica and Kyler welcome a special guest to recap their interviews regarding mental health. Their mother, Beth Brown, had a long career in the mental health field and offered a valued take on the topic. Beth helped establish a rehab facility in Saint Louis, MO for adults with severe mental illness named Independence Center. The conversation is a n…
 
Kyler interviews Clay Hamilton, a local machinist, whose family owns a farm in southern Colorado. Clay's father, a farmer, took his own life after suffering from depression for many years. Unfortunately, statistics are showing that this is a common story in rural America. Kyler and Clay hit on a few reasons why suicide rates are highest amongst far…
 
Jessica starts off the series on Mental Illness with an interview with, Lauren Turner, a psychiatric social worker for the Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles County. The two discuss services available for youth suffering from severe mental health issues and what obstacles they encounter coming out of a system that provides more assistance f…
 
The interviewer becomes the interviewee. Kyler askes Jessica what life is like in a big metropolitan area, especially one as spread out as Los Angeles. They discuss a variety of topics; from raising kids to safety and diversity.Jessica follows up with Kyler about a couple of things regarding technology and WiFi.Next month, we'll be back talking abo…
 
Jessica and Kyler turn on each other... well to interview. This month we try something different. Kyler's busy schedule has opened an opportunity for the siblings to interview each other about their respective lifestyles. In part one, Jessica asks Kyler what is like to live in the country? Where do you buy clothes? How do your kids trick-r-treat? W…
 
Kyler and Jessica are back to wrap up what they've learned from their conversations on gun rights and gun control. They seem to agree that the problem is of course once again bigger than the weapons themselves. The Parkland, Florida students have successfully made the issue something our representatives must answer to. So now the questions is - wha…
 
Saturday, March 24th is the March for our Lives. We have been overwhelmed and impressed by the students of Parkland who refuse accept complacency rather than action in the fight for gun control measures. For part two in our Gun Rights series, we sat down with educators Tom Tichy, Milcah Hawk and Steve Lange, to hear their thoughts on mass school sh…
 
As promised we started talking to folks in our area about guns. Do they have guns in their home? Do they feel safe on the street in their towns? Do they trust that law enforcement can protect them and their property? We've once again split this topic into parts. Our first episode explores two perspectives we may be more familiar with, the rural hun…
 
Jessica and Kyler ask a small group of people about where they get their news. Our hosts assumed that your age might determine where you find out about current events. So they decided to ask the same questions to three age groups: those in their 20's, 30-40's, and 50 and above. Take a listen to see how Twitter, fake news, and a free press all shape…
 
Part 3, of our #MeToo series, is a discussion between our hosts about what they have gathered from talking to women about the movement. Kyler states that his interview gave him an understanding of the issue that he could never have understood before. They agree that their conversations instilled that this problem is a cultural reckoning that has se…
 
Kyler interviews Wendi Seger, a local restaurateur and business consultant in the small town of Alamosa, Colorado. Wendi shares how personal experiences led her to join the many women exclaiming #metoo on facebook. The reaction she received on social media and in the local beauty shop surprised her a little. This moment of national discussion has m…
 
The siblings try to unpack the #metoo movement that has gripped the nation for the last four months. Each sat down with some local women to listen to what they thought about the moment and how the energy behind it has informed their thoughts on sexual harassment.In Part 1, Jessica asks her book club, which is comprised of four professional women fr…
 
After their pilot podcast, Jessica and Kyler are back to debate what ended up being in the 2017 Tax Bill. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was actually finalized in conference, passed through Congress, and signed by the President. The siblings talk about what surprises were put in and left out.The two also tease their next episode topic and what ticklish …
 
For their pilot podcast Jessica and Kyler seek to find out what people think about the tax bill the Republicans are pushing through Congress. The one thing everyone seems to agree on is that taxes are super confusing and no one really knows what is in the bill. Jessica speaks with Kara Krasnoff, a California tax preparer, on the proposed changes to…
 
A brother and sister find themselves living in two different bubbles - one in rural conservative Colorado and the other in liberal urban Los Angeles. Join these two as they talk about current issues that pop up in the news with their local friends and neighbors. Together they try to find common ground among these groups who might have more in commo…
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Co…
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Co…
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Co…
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Co…
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Co…
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Co…
 
A consortium of researchers in the north central region is coordinating research across state boundaries to bring you the best research-based information. The podcast series, "Management of White Mold in Soybeans" has seven episodes and covers these topics: What is White Mold? Understanding the Risks of White Mold in a Growing Season, Biological Co…
 
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