They enable Boulder County teens to develop a sense of community involvement through personal accomplishment, teamwork, and service to the county. Boulder County Youth Corps participants aged 14 to 17 complete projects for Boulder County departments, municipalities, and towns. Corpsmembers learn strong work habits, new skills, and the value of environmental and civic stewardship. Judy Wolfe and Dennis Fisher,water shed ranger for the city of Longmont, visited with host Nikki Kayser.
Archive for March, 2012
They offer young adult cancer fighters and survivors ages 18 to 39 a free outdoor adventure experience designed to empower them to climb, paddle, and surf beyond their diagnosis, defy their cancer, reclaim their lives, and connect with others doing the same. First Descents programs are available across the country for any young adult with cancer, regardless of physical challenges, diagnosis, or prognosis. Host Luc interviewed Amy May of Outside Media.
They are provide food for people of all income levels by sustainably growing affordable local food in the Denver metro area. UrbiCulture Community Farms engages the community teaching about growing food, promoting healthy active lifestyles, beautifying our neighborhoods with edible landscapes, and shortening the distance from farm to plate. With their Yard Angels Program they turn donated front yards, back yards, unused plots, church land, school land, and more into lush, beautifully designed gardens that grow food for the community. Candice Orlando chatted with host Elena.