Wednesday Morning Show

Singer/songwriter Keith Secola talked about working on his immunity during a visit on the Extra Hour of the Wednesday Morning Show recently. Secola and his wife are sheltered at home in Arizona after a quick trip back from Northeastern Minnesota when businesses started closing in March. Hear the whole conversation by clicking here.

Listen to Keith's podcast Native American Audio Cafe on KBFT 89.9 Boise Fort Tribal Community Radio. Find it on Facebook

Megan Sugden

Cheri Reese and Michael Swanson returned to northern Minnesota roots to create Far North Spirits, the country's most remote distillery (acccording to Smithsonian Magazine). Growing and distilling their own grains is a full-time operation which includes pourings in the middle of a wheat field near Hallock, Minnesota. 

Maggie Montgomery and Brett Carter talked with Cheri recently on the Wednesday Morning Show. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below.

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Michael Lyons

Today on the Wednesday Morning Show we heard about the ecology of wild rice during our local food segment....Maggie and Katie talked with Annette Dray Drewes - she is a Clean Water Watershed Specialist for the MN DNR.

We also learned some Ojibwe language today with our puppet friends Nana Boozhoo and Natasha.  These new contributors come from the creativity of Bemidji writer, musician and comic book writer Michael Lyons.  Mahnoominike Giizis is the wild rice moon - or the moon in August. 

Paddle Minnesota: Interview with Pete Moberg

Dec 6, 2018

Paddle Minnesota producer Jim Gallagher talks with Pete Moberg about netting tullibees under the ice and Pete's 45 years of experience gathering this resource.

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