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April 23, 2018
Track 1 (Monday Morning)

Minimize light pollution for maximum night viewing-- Seth Jarvis,Clark Planetarium

Track 2 (Monday Afternoon)

Annuals and perennials for the yard-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

 

April 24, 2018
Track 3 (Tuesday Morning)
Hot herbal teas—Conrad Richter, Richter's Herbs

Track 4 (Tuesday Afternoon) Cranking up the heat for healing—Conrad Richter, Richter's Herbs

 

April 25, 2018
Track 5 (Wednesday Morning)
Spring tonics becoming popular again-- Conrad Richter-- Richter's Herbs

Track 6 (Wednesday Afternoon) Root beer and other spring tonics-- Conrad Richter-- Richter's Herbs

 

April 26, 2018
Track 7 (Thursday Morning) Bitters for better digestion-- Conrad Richter, Richter's Herbs

Track 8 (Thursday Afternoon) Concealed carry classes for Mom-- Brant Taylor, Taylor Gunsmithing

 

April 27, 2018
Track 9 (Friday Morning)
Gun education for educators-- Brant Taylor, Taylor Gunsmithing

Track 10 (Friday Afternoon) Getting on target for turkeys-- Brant Taylor, Taylor Gunsmithing

 

 


 

April 16, 2018
Track 1 (Monday Morning)
Searing steaks on the pellet grill-- Travis Simon, Camp Chef

Track 2 (Monday Afternoon) High capacity smoker-- Travis Simon, Camp Chef

 

April 17, 2018
Track 3 (Tuesday Morning)
Pro Stove improvements-- Travis Simon, Camp Chef

Track 4 (Tuesday Afternoon) Fire tables for the backyard-- Travis Simon, Camp Chef

 

April 18, 2018
Track 5 (Wednesday Morning)
Handguns for Mother's Day-- Brant Taylor, Camp Chef

Track 6 (Wednesday Afternoon) Spending quality time on the range-- Brant Taylor, Camp Chef

 

April 19, 2018
Track 7 (Thursday Morning) Turkey and shed antler hunting-- Brant Taylor, Camp Chef

Track 8 (Thursday Afternoon) Using the right boating parts-- Ty Hunter, Utah State Parks and Recreation

 

April 20, 2018
Track 9 (Friday Morning)
Boating fuels for performance-- Ty Hunter, Utah State Parks and Recreation

Track 10 (Friday Afternoon) After boating power naps-- Ty Hunter, Utah State Parks and Recreation

 

 


 

April 9, 2018
Track 1 (Monday Morning)
Microorganisms helping the garden-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

Track 2 (Monday Afternoon) Weed control options-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

 

April 10, 2018
Track 3 (Tuesday Morning)
Improving archery skills while carp hunting- Guy Perkins, RMBA

Track 4 (Tuesday Afternoon) Rocky Mountain Bowfishing Association-- Guy Perkins, RMBA

 

April 11, 2018
Track 5 (Wednesday Morning)
Merging hunting and fishing skills-- Guy Perkins, Rocky Mountain Bowfishing Association

Track 6 (Wednesday Afternoon) Inexpensive sport of bowfishing-- Guy Perkins, Rocky Mountain Bowfishing Association

 

April 12, 2018
Track 7 (Thursday Morning) Sweetening the garden-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

Track 8 (Thursday Afternoon) Disaster proof homes-- David B. South, Monolithic Dome Institute

 

April 13, 2018
Track 9 (Friday Morning)
Safer and more affordable schools-- David B. South Monolithic Dome Institute

Track 10 (Friday Afternoon) Architects saving taxes by saving schools money-- David B. South, Monolithc Dome Institute

 

 


 

April 2, 2018
Track 1 (Monday Morning)
Building soil for future harvests-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

Track 2 (Monday Afternoon) Staggering planting to extend harvests-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

 

April 3, 2018
Track 3 (Tuesday Morning)
Yuba rotten Easter Egg hunt-- Devan Chavez,Utah State Parks and Recreation

Track 4 (Tuesday Afternoon) Ghost hunt at Antelope Island-- Devan Chavez, Utah State Parks and Recreation

 

 

April 4, 2018
Track 5 (Wednesday Morning)
Celebrate Astronomy Week and dark skies-- Devan Chavez, Utah State Parks

Track 6 (Wednesday Afternoon) Youth Fishing Contest this Saturday-- Devan Chavez, Utah State Parks

 

April 5, 2018
Track 7 (Thursday Morning) Time to start giant pumpkins-- Kyle Fox, Utah Giant Pumpkin Growers

Track 8 (Thursday Afternoon) Story behind Follow the Flag-- Kyle Fox, Follow the Flag

 

April 6, 2018
Track 9 (Friday Morning)
Largest free flying American Flag-- Kyle Fox, Follow the Flag

Track 10 (Friday Afternoon) Freedom, patriotism and service—Kyle Fox, Follow the Flag

 

 


 

March 26, 2018
Track 1 (Monday Morning)
Free safe boating checks-- Ty Hunter, Utah State Parks and Recreation

Track 2 (Monday Afternoon) Become a member of the Utah Giant Pumpkin Growers-- David Bradley, UGPG

 

March 27, 2018
Track 3 (Tuesday Morning)
Check thermometers for Spring fishing-- Wayne Gustaveseon, Utah DWR

Track 4 (Tuesday Afternoon) Amazing walleye fishing arriving soon-- Wayne Gustaveson, Utah DWR

 

 

March 28, 2018
Track 5 (Wednesday Morning)
Walleye research at Lake Powell-- Wayne Gustaveson, Utah Division of Wildlife

Track 6 (Wednesday Afternoon) Connecting with more walleye-- Wayne Gustaveson, Utah Division of Wildlife

 

March 29, 2018
Track 7 (Thursday Morning) Innovative, durable and roomy tents-- Jeff Basford, Paha Que Tent Company

Track 8 (Thursday Afternoon) Introducing the Promontory Tents-- Jeff Basford, Paha Que Tent Company

 

March 30, 2018
Track 9 (Friday Morning)
Comfort enhancing accessories for tents-- Jeff Basford, Paha Que Tent Company

Track 10 (Friday Afternoon) Comfortable camping hammocks-- Jeff Basford, Paha Que Tent Company

 

 


 

March 19, 2018
Track 1 (Monday Morning)
Benefits of gardening-- Dale Thurber, Delectation of Tomatoes

Track 2 (Monday Afternoon) Peppers and melons in the garden-- Dale Thurber, Delectation of Tomatoes

 

March 20, 2018
Track 3 (Tuesday Morning)
Best snowmobiling conditions of the year-- Chris Haller, Utah State Parks

Track 4 (Tuesday Afternoon) Watch for Avalanches in the backcountry-- Chris Haller, Utah State Parks

 

 

March 21, 2018
Track 5 (Wednesday Morning)
Spring OHV riding options-- Chris Haller, Utah State Parks and Recreation

Track 6 (Wednesday Afternoon) Youth OHV riding classes-- Chris Haller, Utah State Parks and Recreation

 

March 22, 2018
Track 7 (Thursday Morning) Elderberries for the garden and flu season-- Conrad Richter, Richter's Herbs

Track 8 (Thursday Afternoon) Home made herbal remedies-- Conrad Richter, Richter's Herbs

 

March 23, 2018
Track 9 (Friday Morning)
Creating homemade salves-- Conrad Richter, Richter's Herbs

Track 10 (Friday Afternoon) Growing comfrey for beauty and remedies-- Conrad Richter, Richter's Herbs

 

 


 

March 12, 2018
Track 1 (Monday Morning)
Pruning trees for maximum production-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

Track 2 (Monday Afternoon) Starting tomatoes from seed-- Dale Thurber, Delectation of Tomatoes

 

March 13, 2018
Track 3 (Tuesday Morning)
Keep a safe distance from rivers-- Bruce Riddle, Utah County Search and Rescue

Track 4 (Tuesday Afternoon) Dangerous spring runoff potential-- Bruce Riddle, Utah County Search and Rescue

 

 

March 14, 2018
Track 5 (Wednesday Morning)
Safe alternative campsites-- Bruce Riddle, Utah County Search and Rescue

Track 6 (Wednesday Afternoon) Saving someone in the river-- Bruce Riddle, Utah County Search and Rescue

 

March 15, 2018
Track 7 (Thursday Morning) Dredging progress at Utah Lake State Park-- Ty Hunter, Utah State Parks

Track 8 (Thursday Afternoon) Prepare boats before launching-- Ty Hunter, Utah State Parks and Recreation

 

March 16, 2018
Track 9 (Friday Morning)
Checking life jackets before boating-- Ty Hunter, Utah State Parks and Recreation

Track 10 (Friday Afternoon) Planting cool season plants-- Alex Grover, Utah Gardeners

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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