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May 25, 2019

7:00 AM | ARIZONA HOUR!

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Coolest Memorial Day Weekend below 100.  The shortest Memorial Day Parade in Arizona?

Barbara Hatch, Founder and Program Director of Veterans Heritage Project.  Dedicated to connecting students with Veterans to get their stories told.

Barbara talks about how the program started with students interested with the real stories behind the movie ‘Saving Private Ryan’ which led to Veterans of WWII and Korea ready to tell their stories about their experience in these wars.

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Farmer Greg from The Urban Farm and Kari Spencer of The Micro Farm Project talking preserving your fruit harvest!!  Starting with planning how you want to preserve for recieps, pie fillings and equipment needed.

Methods for canning/jarring:  water bath and pressure canning.  (actually storing in jars).  Kari explains each method.  Plus selecting the right produce.

Explains cling peaches and the two apples that grow well in the desert.  Anna and Dorset Gold.

Why selecting reciepes after 1985 is important.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Update on Rosie’s successful tumor removal, increase population in Arizona and reminder to be careful during fire season.

Romey talks about his tour of the water resources department at the Palo Verde Nuclear Power Plant and its use of reclamated water for steam and cooling.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Rosie Remodeling’s Alex Pajic discusses building sustainable homes that could last for generations instead of a lifetime.  Sustainable and green building are not necessarily the same but can be used together.

Alex discusses his background and his certification in new construction methods.  Explains how green building practices follow sustainable practices.

Green building follows 3 things:  social, environment and economics.  Alex explains.

U.S. Green Building Council

Can You Build An Arizona House To Survive A Wildfire (running time 7-11AM)

Arizona Hour Driven by Sanderson FordTune-in as we discover Arizona! Barbara Hatch, of the Veterans Heritage Project, an organization that’s dedicated to connecting students with veterans in order to honor veterans, preserve America’s heritage and develop future leaders joins us in Studio. Sponsored by our friends at Sanderson Ford!

Outdoor Living Hour – Urban Farming with Greg PetersonTune in to learn Farmer Greg’s tips and tricks when it comes to #PeachHarvest & #AppleHarvest.  

Homeowner Topic: Open House Hour!Got a question? Call in! May Home Maintenance To-Do | #EmergencyPreparednessHardware Show Update: Personal Safety – interview with SABRECall : 1-888-767-4348Text: 411-923 (During Broadcast Only)Emailinfo@rosieonthehouse.com 

Around The House Hour: Can You Build A House To Survive A WildfireEveryone was horrified at last year’s fires in California, but then we read a newspaper account about a home in Malibu that survived one of the worst wildfires ever in that state. Arizona doesn’t seem to have as many risks as California… but we certainly have wildfires. In light of the fact that the summer season of wildfires might not be far away, here is a list of materials and techniques that can be used during building to provide more fire protection for an Arizona home.

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