Four Corners Edition, 3/4/22: Changing how we measure snow; crisis training for police; memories of 60 years of ranching
On this week's show:
- Winter is a critical window for water in the West. But the way we measure snowfall is changing.
- A Carbondale couple recalls 60 years of ranching and talks about turning their property over to a land trust.
- Fort Lewis College history professor Andrew Gulliford traces the history of Ironton Park south of Ouray.
Four Corners Edition is a presentation of KSUT Four Corners Public Radio and KSUT Tribal Radio. The production staff includes Ken Brott, Stasia Lanier, and Lorena Richards. Mark Duggan is Senior Producer and Editor. Our theme music was composed and performed by Jonas Grushkin. Additional music is from Blue Dot Sessions.