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You rely on KZYX to bring you the programs you love, and the news you need.

KZYX relies on you for survival, and now more than ever, listeners make it all happen.

It's Wednesday, and Patrick Gomes of Interlude is appealing for your support. 

Make the leap from listener to listener-supporter. If you're already a member, consider making an additional donation or becoming a sustaining member. And finally, encourage your friends and neighbors to support locally owned and operated community radio, KZYX.

You rely on KZYX to bring you the programs you love, and the news you need.

KZYX relies on you for survival, and now more than ever, listeners make it all happen.

It's Wednesday, and Joy La Claire of Forthright Radio and Jeff Blankfort of Takes on the World are appealing for support with an interview with writer, educator, and women's rights advocate Betsy Hartmann about her recent book The America Syndrome: Apocalypse, War and our Call to Greatness. Jeff and Joy are offering Hartmann's book as a thank you gift for a pledge of $150 or more. 

Welcome to the Pledge Drive edition of the KZYX Farm & Garden Show on Monday 5 June 2017. Hosts Ruthie King and Bill Taylor interviewed Michael Phillips, author of Mycorrhizal Planet: How Symbiotic Fungi Work With Roots To Support Plant Health and Build Soil Fertility.

Mycorrhizal Planet available as a thank you gift to anyone pledging $150 or more to KZYX during Pledge Drive, which runs through Sunday 11 June.

Monday's show will be available in the KZYX Jukebox archive

Support KZYX with a generous pledge today!

Forthright Radio’s final radio goes to the movies show for this year’s Mendocino Film Festival season.

Guests are director, Damani Baker, and Mendocino County’s own, Belvie Rooks, who produced the documentary, THE HOUSE ON COCO ROAD, which follows Damani’s family roots in Louisiana, to the East Bay, to the Black Power movement, particularly in CA, to New Jewel Movement revolution in Grenada in the early 1980’s, the US destabilization of the new government and invasion under Ronald Reagan, and the overthrow of that revolution.

In this age of Big Ag and Wall Street financing of our food supply, is it still possible to start an independent small farm? Is it even worth trying?

Mendocino County is a hotbed of locavore farming, where difficult challenges are generating ingenious new business strategies.

On Mendocino Works, our new KZYX program about the nurture of sustainable startups, we heard Ellen Buechner tell how her family raised the capital to launch Fortunate Farm in Caspar, and she shared the innovations that keep them rewriting their business plan.

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