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June 24, 2021
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8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Farmer Greg features what you need to make your own compost!

Discussion of the regenerative process and how it compares to sustainability.  Creating a system that replicates nature.

Circular composting:  Food scrapes comes in thru compost to make food again!

Discussion of the elements include food waste, worm castings, soldier flies, grubs and chicken poop.  They do all the work!

Arizona Worm Farm for compost.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Director Jeff Fleetham of The Arizona Registrar Of Contractors discusses avoid scams especially after the recent monsoon storms that hit the area.

Avoid the tension to getting repairs done now.  After a weather event, labor and material shortages and not enough licensed contractors are a real factor.

Scamers target vulnerable customers.  Why exchanging cash for a project is a major RED FLAG!

Why a licensed contractor is most important.  Understanding the agreement before you sign anything.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Rosie explains why its important to keep the air conditioner fan on ‘auto’ when it comes to condensate.

ABC 15 Meteorologist Iris Hermosillo discusses the intense monsoon storm that hit Scottsdale and what weather system influenced the heavy rain, wind and lighting.

 

7/24/21 (running time 8-11AM)

Outdoor Living Hour – Urban Farming with Greg Peterson

Farmer Greg Peterson of the Urban Farm joins us to discuss #Composting. “We have a deep, dark secret at the Urban Farm. It’s the reason our greens spring to life, our flowers are happy, why everything grows so well and the plants are soooo healthy – it’s all in the compost.”

 

Homeowner Topic: Monsoon Monsters Flood The Market With Scams

The monsoon season brings the fresh smell of creosote and mesquite, moisture in the air, cooler temperatures, and also something stinky — scammers. Scammers, also known as “travelers,” are pesky door-knocking salespeople who use high-pressure tactics to get homeowners to sign up for construction repairs or installations that aren’t actually needed. Their go-to “jobs” are installing a new roof, repairing a damaged air conditioning unit, re-stuccoing and painting, or re-landscaping your yard, while offering low costs and possibly utilizing leftover materials. These salespeople tend to appear after large, destructive storms and during the monsoon season. Here is how to avoid door-to-door scammers and what actions to take after a storm…

WEEKLY BLOG ARTICLE>>

Homeowner Topic: Open Lines! 

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

Weekly To-Do Topic:  #MonsoonPoolCare | Join us! We’ll be chatting with special guest Craig O’Grady, owner, Desert Sun Pools about how you keep your pool from turning green, and murky during monsoon season. The combination of heat, rain, wind and dust storms can make keeping your pool swimmable a challenge

#MonsoonPoolCare Article>>

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