Dot Org: Civic Canopy

Civic Canopy connects diverse groups of people seeking change in their communities and equips them with tools to create meaningful and lasting impact. Founder and Co-Executive Director Bill Fulton talks with host Sean Hedden about the philosophy and practice of […]

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Dot Org: Project Helping

Helping others helps oneself with improved mental health and decreased loneliness and isolation.  Project Helping organizes volunteer events specifically designed to make an impact  – both on the volunteer and the community.  Founder Justin Kruger talks with host Sean Hedden […]

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Boulder County Democrats Reorganization Meeting

Democrats in counties across the state are holding reorganization meetings this month. It’s a process that occurs every two years shortly after each even-year election.  On Saturday, February 4, Boulder County Democrats in the 20th Judicial District met at Centennial […]

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OutSources: A Guidebook to Pushing Back and Moving Forward

Right after the election, Glenda Russell, a frequent contributor to KGNU’s OutSources, was asked to give a short talk at a community gathering. This talk was a quick ‘guidebook’ for navigating the outcome of the election, staying strong and taking action. Russell […]

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Dot Org: Extreme Community Makeover

Extreme Community Makeover coordinates volunteer teams to partner with underserved people to improve their own homes and neighborhoods. Angela Bomgaars, Executive Director, talks with host Sean Hedden about their programs and the many ways volunteers can get involved including a […]

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Dot Org: Bellwether Food Drive

Bellwether is a unique coffee shop, whiskey bar, barbershop and clothing boutique in Denver that believes in taking care of its community. Owner Josh Schmitz talks with host Steve Miller about the many ways Bellwether gives back to its community […]

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Community Fruit Rescue in Boulder

“It’s really important we harvest the trees so the bears don’t want to come into town. Bears can smell their food up to 5 miles away so it’s really important we harvest the trees before they’re bulking up for hibernation.” […]

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