Oct. 12, 2018: Answering your fall gardening questions By Jay Barrett • Oct 16, 2018 TwitterFacebookGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 54:32 Gardening on the Kenai. Velma Bittick and Will Hightower join host Jay Barrett as they answer your questions about gardening. Tags: Fall 2018 Membership DriveGardeningVelma BittickWill HightowerTwitterFacebookGoogle+Email Related Content Sept. 1, 2018: Rhubarb respect and dairy dreams By Jenny Neyman • Sep 4, 2018 Jenny Neyman/KDLL Dave Ianson thinks rhubarb could be the next big thing in Alaska agriculture, if only growers would show it a little love. And if you're thinking about raising dairy goats, make sure you plan ahead so your experience doesn't turn sour. Links from this episode: Karluk Acres, Julie Wendt and& Paul Vass: Phone: 907-252-3980 Website: www.karlukacres.com Facebook: Karluk Acres June 2018: Cheers to local hops in your 'third place' By Jenny Neyman • Jun 30, 2018 In this month's Drinking in the Last Frontier, get a taste of the latest brew at St. Elias, made with locally grown hops. And hop on over to your 'third place,' perhaps to try this month's beer style, the gueuze. Oct. 12, 2018: New World migration, spruce bark beetles, and MOVi By Jay Barrett • Oct 16, 2018 On this fund drive science show, we learn about early Alaskans, the latest on spruce bark beetles, and a bacteria that threatens both wildlife and livestock. Dr. Alan Boraas is our guest in the first segment discussing his contribution to the study of the earliest Americans. Jason Moen and Matt Bowser join us for the second segment on spruce bark beetles, including results of an aerial survey this summer. Amy Seitz and Dr. Bob Gerlach are the guests in the last segment discussing MOV bacteria.