Jane Hirshfield is the headline
guest for the Watermark Art Center's
Festival of Poetry and Haiku.
Heidi Holtan talks with her about
writing and poetry.
Gander Lon Hodge
along with his service dog, Gander
talks about the importance of
service dogs for those who have
suffered trauma. Hodge, a Vietnam
vet and former college professor
received Gander 2 years ago to help
with his struggles with PTSD.
Guido's review of the arts Sept 20,
Historian Don Boese, begins a new
series on the history of Bovey
Boese:Bovey Village Hall
Boese:Bovey Village Hall-2
Boese:Bovey Village Hall-3
Boese:Bovey Village Hall-4
Previous segments by Mr.Boese are on
Our History page.
Gil Quaal The late
Gil Quaal hunted, fished and
gathered wild foods. He shared his
thoughts on fall mushrooms.
Musician Sara Pujunen talks about
Laatikko Box, inspired by her
interest in the Finnish ancestry and
Karl Jonas Karl
Jonas is a breadmaker from Tower,Mn.
He sells his bread and bagels at 5
farmers markets in north east
minnesota. He talks with Scott Hall
about how he got started as a
Phenologist, John Latimer reports on
ants and what we see if we look
Author, Shelly Boyum-Breen talks
with Heidi Holtan about her new
series of books on girls and sports,
Bean the Sports Queen".
Jason Edens from the
Rural renewable energy alliance,
RREAL talks with Scott
Hall about a new solar energy system
installation for a new affordable
housing complex in Baxter, Mn.
Britt Aamodt Pipeline-6
sixth and final segment of the Pipeline Stories:
A Series on MN’s Natural
Resource Economy from Northern
Community Radio reporter Britt
Aamodt speaks with landowners who
are the proposed route.
You can listen to more interviews and
find more info
Suzanne Congdon LeRoy
Suzanne Congdon LeRoy, granddaughter
of Elisabeth Congdon tells us about
growing up in the shadow of the
murders at Glensheen in Duluth. She
has written a new book, "Nightingale:
A Memoir of Murder, Madness and The
Messenger of Spring".
Dave Lathrop: Third River-1
Dave Lathrop: Third River-2
Dave Lathrop: Third River-3
Volunteer Dave Lathrop talks with
David Adams, a lifelong resident of
third river township in NW Itasca
county. 86 year old Mr.Adams shares
his memories of growing up in this
area in 1930s and 40s.
Stephanie Hemphill WildRice &
Stephanie Hemphill WildRice &
Hemphill, an environmental reporter
talks with Scott Hall and Kathy
Dodge about the MN Pollution
Control's study on the impact of
sulfates on wild rice.
Rebecca Rasmussen talks with Heidi Holtan
her new book
Evergreen. It tells the story of
homesteaders in northern Minnesota.
John Latimer: Fall Poison Ivy
What not to do if you
happen to contact poison ivy. John
shares his thoughts and experience
on this itchy subject.
Season Watch page you can share
photos and stories with other
listeners about what is happening in
your backyard or woods.
August is National
Breastfeeding Month. Scott Hall
talks with Arianne Pyke and Mary
Auger about activities in Bemidji to
heighten the awareness of
Paul Hanson is the coordinating
investigator for the
Spruce Research Project in a bog
near Marcell. He talks with John
Latimer and Scott Hall about the
project that John Latimer is working
Jesse works with Grand Rapids
Farmer's Market, plus MN Grown and
Trout Lake Garlic in Coleraine.
Heidi Holtan recently talked with
him about National Farmer's Market
week and our local market. You can
find more info on local markets
Susan Allen Toth
Author, Susan Allen Toth discusses
"No Saints Around Here - A
Caregiver's Days", with Heidi
Dennis Kihlstadius is a ripening
consultant for multiple produce
growers. He talked with Maggie
Montgomery and Robert Saxton about
produce and when it is ripe and
busted a few myths in the process.
He will be giving a
workshop on Saturday at the
Headwaters Science Center in
Jim Rhodes Jim
Rhodes has been exploring the
boundary waters for more than 50
years as a guide, scout leader and
canoe racer. He has chronicled those
experiences and photos of
pictorgraphs in his new book
Frank Bibeau talks with Scott Hall
about the protest of the Sandpiper
pipeline project. Frank is the
Honor the Earth.
"Endangered Relationship: The
Clark's Nutcracker and the Whitebark
Pine". Harry Hutchins and Scott Hall
interview Taza Shaming about her
research on the relationship between
the bird and the tree. Due to
disease, insects and climate change,
the Whitebark Pine is disappearing
from its Rocky Mountain habitat.
Here is a
video to explain her research.
From Turtle Island: Hour Number Five
From Turtle Island: Hour Number Four
From Turtle Island: Hour Number
From Turtle Island: Hour Number Two
Island: Hour Number One
The stories of the Anishinaabe
People.Produced by Brian Whittemore
and Mary Favorite, this series is
made possible by the MN Arts and
Cultural Heritage Fund.T
Heidi Holtan talks with Elizabeth
Gilbert about her book, "The
Signature of All Things", a tale
of 19th century botanical
Great Northern Radio Show from Ely
Tune in for great entertainment from
our traveling road show live from
Ely on June 14th. Our next Great
Northern Radio Show hosted and
Aaron Brown happens in Park
Rapids on Sept 27th, see you there.
Leah Monroe - Drum Dancers -
Leah Monroe is an Ojibwe instructor
at northland community schools in
Remer, Mn. She discusses the recent
Drum and Dance competition held in
Remer. Schools from all around the
state joined in the weekend event.
On Saturday, July 6, the musician
who has given the Bemidji area its
honest and gritty musical swagger
for decades, Jim Miller, passed on.
On Monday's Morning Show, Jim's
long-time playing partner Gary
Broste, and his son Phil Broste,
joined Maggie Montgomery to remember
Jim Miller through conversation and
and Kristi Miller's Performance On
The Great Northern Radio Show at The
Chief Theater Bemidji on April 7,
Miller interview from April 2009.
Invisible by Design: A Community
Conversation about Domestic
Northern Community Radio has
Advocates for Family Peace to
bring you real conversations with
victims of domestic violence.
Listen to the conversations
LAKELAND PUBLIC TV
Community Radio is featured on the
season finale of Common Ground on
Lakeland Public TV. Check out