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March 31, 2018
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7:00 AM | ARIZONA HOUR!

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An interesting discussion about Arizona water with Water Rights Attorney Rita Maguire.

Rita gives her background and talks about acquisition, management and utilization of surface and ground water.

A planned dam was scrapped because of a better storage system pumping water in the aquafers below the surface with no evaporation.

How the levels in Lake Mead affect water restrictions and drought conditions.

BOOK MENTION:  The Emerald Mile The story of 3 river guides who paddled a dory in record time thru the Grand Canyon (Lees Ferry To Lake Mead) during the Flood Of 1983.  Including a risk of failure of The Glen Canyon Dam.

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Special Outdoor Living Hour Roundtable with John Eisenhower of Integrity Tree Service, Farmer Greg of The Urban Farm and Kari Spencer.

Update on the Aleppo Pine blight.

Tips on keeping a healthy enviroment around your trees.  Putting a basin around the trees with leaf litter, pine needles, woody mulch layer.

Link to the movie  Back To Eden

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Romey Notes:

Discusses the demand for qualified skilled labor workers.  In a period of high construction there is a shortage of skilled workers.  Mentions job openings.

CALLER:  Has a big tree in the backyard and wants to use tulle fabric to keep the birds off it.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Talking about security doors and windows with First Impression Ironworks.

First Impression creates security doors that look nice, that makes a ‘first impression’.

Recommends a door made with American Made steel.  Stands up to heat, weight and strength.  14 gauge steel.  Makes a solid door.

First Impression does their own fabrication and installation.

Details what they do to make a correct, solid installation.

Every door they build is a unique style to the customer and size of the space.

Also do gates, window guards, railings and sun screens.

A Look At Security Doors And Windows (running time 7-11AM)

Weekend Wake-Up HourStart your mornings off with Rosie on the House as we talk with Rita Maguire, founding member of Maguire, Pearce & Storey, PLLC located in Phoenix, Arizona. Ms. Maguire has more than 26 years of experience in water, environmental and administrative law in Arizona and will be joining us to discuss Arizona water rights and management. Plus we will learn the history of water for Arizona!

Outdoor Living HourHop into our garden this weekend! Let’s get ready for Easter together!  
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines The lines, email and text are open for your DIY questions! Call: 1-888-767-4348Text: 411-923 (During Broadcast Only)Emailinfo@rosieonthehouse.com
Homeowner Topic: Seven Features Your Security Door Should HaveJust like the rest of us, you want to open your house up to let the beautiful weather in, but you want to keep bugs and other unwanted guests out. This is where a security door comes in handy. Tune in as we are joined by Certified Partner First Impression Ironworks and learn what features are best to have for the most secure door.

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