Book developer Jill Swenson will be a guest in the first half hour of the show. Swenson serves as a consultant to authors who are negotiating the rapidly changing publishing business. Check out Swenson Book Development.
For the second half hour we are working on bringing in baker Stefan Senders, who has started up Wide Awake Bakery in Mecklenburg. He is accepting members into a CSA, who will receive regular distributions of “bread shares.”
Senders will be sharing bread and selling shares at Good to Go market in Trumansburg on Tuesday, April 5 between 4 and 7 p.m.
Next show: April 17. Scheduled guest: Adam Michaelides of Cooperative Extension will talk composting.
Veterinarian Michelle Bamberger is conducting a study in rural Pennsylvania and other natural gas drilling regions that examines the effects of fracking fluid in the environment on livestock and pets.
Chris Williams, the brewmaster (“yeast farmer”) at the new Rogue’s Harbor microbrewery in Lansing, brings in some samples of his new cream ale. The fresh ales are available only at the restaurant/bar. He plans to add a red ale soon.
Children’s book author Maureen Wright of Athens, Pa. talks about her book Sleep, Big Bear, Sleep in advance of her visit to the Newfield Public Library on March 26.
Steve Sparling, the mayor of Candor, talks about the March 15 vote that will decide whether or not to dissolve the Village of Candor government.
Attorney Helen Slottje explains the reasoning behind a proposed ordinance in the town of Ulysses that would ban heavy industry as a land-use, effectively barring unconventional gas drilling operations.