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Win 2016 Rocky Mtn. Folks Festival Passes and #TuneInAFriend!
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#TuneInAFriend to KGNU on Facebook and get entered to win passes to the 2016 Arise Festival
Visit KGNU's facebook page and share our #TuneInAFriend post to be entered into a drawing for a pair of weekend passes with camping to the 2016 Arise Festival, Aug 5-7 in the foothills outside of Loveland, CO. If your friends share, they'll be entered too! KGNU membership not required, entries must be received by 2pm MDT Sunday June 26th.
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Hosts Paul Epstein & Chris O’Riley feature Rare Grateful Dead tapes from our extensive archives.
Wenonah Hauter, founder of the environmental and community advocacy group Food and Water Watch, chronicles the rise of the fracking industry and the growing movement against fracking in her new book Frackopoly.
She joined us Wednesday June 22nd to speak about the recent Colorado Supreme Court decision overturning Longmont's fracking ban and other community activism around fracking happening in Colorado as well as her book. (Listen to the archive)
Listen to KGNU to hear about the tickets we'll be offering as thank you gifts.
New! Stainless Steel Water Bottles plus Dusty Grooves & AfterFM Tees, Trucker Hats.