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  • Producer/Host: Tim Hagney

    “Food Balancing”

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  • Host: Ron Beard, University of Maine Cooperative Extension
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Issue: Community concerns and opportunities

    Program Topic: Higher quality of life for all Maine people – Maine Community Foundation’s plans and programs

    Key Discussion Points:
    What is the concept of a community foundation and how does it fit in the overall framework of philanthropy in the US?
    How did MCF start and evolve?
    What services does MCF currently provide for communities and for donors
    What are the current strategic goals for MCF and describe the process you used to arrive at them… describe some of the key learnings from your “listening” to the people of Maine?
    How does MCF partner with Maine people, communities and organizations? How will your five new strategic goals shape the work ahead?
    What is the role of “county funds” as part of MCF strategy…
    What is the role of the MCF board and how do they contribute to the overall success of MCF?

    Steve Rowe, Maine Community Foundation President
    Becky Hayes Boober, Vice President, Community Impact, Maine Community Foundation

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  • Producer/Host: Rob McCall

    “Light in the Darkness”

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  • Producer/Host: Meredith DeFrancesco

    Program Topic: Update from Standing Rock; Solidarity Event in Bangor; Reaction to Trump EPA Nominee

    Key Discussion Points:

    1) Today we hear an update from Standing Rock where Water Protector camps reorganize, as the Army Corp of Engineers rules against an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under the Missouri River until an Environmental Impact Statement can assess alternative routes.
    2) We also look at Trump’s nomination to head the EPA, Oklahoma State Attorney General , Scott Pruitt. Pruitt is known for his pro oil, gas and coal industry stances and his opposition to policies aimed at addressing air and water pollution and climate change.
    3) We also hear from some voices from the Solidarity Rally with Standing Rock at the Penobscot River Waterfront in Bangor on December 5th.

    A) Kandi Mossett, Indigenous Environmental Network
    B ) Bob Deans, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) www.nrdc.org
    C) Kathy Paul, Penobscot elder, rally organizer, Sunlight Media Collective
    D) Hope, Bangor resident
    E) Barbra Moore, Penobscot Nation

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  • Host: Nancy Tancredi
    Engineer: John Greenman

    Program Topic: Fiction – Mystery

    Key Discussion Points:
    a) Character development
    b) Research
    c) Challenges of writing.

    Guest: Bruce Robert Coffin

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Holiday season can be lots of fun, and the Internet is becoming a great way to shop. Lots of toys these days connect to the Internet which can be lots of fun – or lots of trouble. As we peruse out choices for holiday gifts this year, especially electronic ones, it is probably wise to hold back a bit on impulse buying and think about the implications of some of the gee whiz gifts available these days.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Bahoosh

    “Frost Clues”

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Stories on the theme of family and holidays. Recorded at Queen City Cellar Tellers storytelling event in Bangor, Maine in December 2015

    Maine Currents- independent local news, views & culture on WERU-FM 89.9 Blue Hill, 99.9 Bangor, Maine and www.weru.org, Wednesdays 4-5pm Eastern

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