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January 1, 2022
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Segment 1
(running time 11:58)
Segment 2
(running time 6:48)
Segment 3
(running time 13:28)
Segment 4
(running time 6:48)

Farmer Greg explains Permaculture.  Learning what nature does to become self-sufficient and sustainable.  Where the term comes from and how he became aware of permaculture and applied it to his Urban Farm.

Observing natural systems to integrate into your space.

The difference between regenerative versus degenerative and its importance in permaculture.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

Segment 1
(running time 12:28)
Segment 2
(running time 6:17)
Segment 3
(running time 14:04)
Segment 4
(running time 6:12)

Getting to know your neighbors is a first step to becoming a good neighbor!  Our blog above has more on this topic.

Grand Canyon Associate History Professor Dr. David Dean takes us on a spin of some of the ‘bad neighbors’ in Arizona history.

Story of the Arizona’s Pleasant Valley War between the Tewksbury and Graham families.  The bloodiest family feud in the country where up to 50 people were killed.  Why it started and how it likely affected Arizona statehood.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

Segment 1
(running time 11:50)
Segment 2
(running time 6:58)
Segment 3
(running time 13:28)
Segment 4
(running time 6:45)

Getting home projects together after the holidays and planning for the new year.

Rosie gives you tips on how to find air leaks around the home.  Focus on electical plugs, windows and doors.  Other homeowner fixes.  And explaining how a heat pump functions.

1/1/22 (running time 8-11AM)

Outdoor Living Hour – Urban Farming with Greg Peterson

Tune-in to Farmer Greg Peterson of the Urban Farm! Join us this Saturday, we’ll be talking about #Permaculture!


Homeowner Topic: It’s Easy To Be A Good Neighbor

Mr. Rogers was on to something when he sang “It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood, A beautiful day for a neighbor. Would you be mine? Could you be mine?” – Do you know your neighbors? Do they know you? The Pew Research Center reported in 2018 that four-in-ten rural residents say they know all or most of their neighbors; the shares are smaller among those living in urban (24%) and suburban (28%) areas. Getting to know your neighbors is the first step to becoming a good neighbor. If you are new to your neighborhood, don’t wait for the proverbial welcome wagon to come calling. Be proactive, get out of your comfort zone and meet them!…


Homeowner Topic: Open Lines! 

Got a question? Call In! Chat with Rosie & Romey!

Weekly To-Do Topic:  #2022Planning – READ MORE>> | Join us this Saturday; we’ll be talking about planning for your home maintenance projects in 2022 – things may be a bit different than in previous years.GIVE US A CALL WITH QUESTIONS!! 

Planning For Annual Maintenance And Home Projects | #2022Planning 


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