Four Corners Edition, 10/14/22: trail use and elk habitat, higher demand at food banks, Navajo seedkeeper preserving ancestral foods, and much more
On this week's show:
- A new study shows that recreational trail use is affecting elk habitat year-round *
- Demand for services at the Food Bank of the Rockies is up 28% since March of 2020
- A Navajo seedkeeper is preserving and sharing the foods of his ancestors online with over 13,000 Twitter followers
- and much more
Four Corners Edition is a presentation of KSUT Four Corners PublicRadio and KSUT Tribal Radio. The production staff includes Ken Brott, Lorena Richards and Stasia Lanier. Mark Duggan is the Digital Editor. The show's theme music was composed and performed by Jonas Grushkin.
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* In an earlier version of this program, KSUT reported that Colorado's elk population is, "309 million". The story has been corrected. The estimated number of elk in Colorado is about 309,000.