We may be a relatively young city, but Sierra Vista still has a story to tell. On this morning’s show we were joined by Sarah Barchas and Joe Garcia who gave us details on tomorrow’s Brown Canyon Ranch Open House. Sarah once owned the historic ranch, while Joe was born there in the 1930s. Also, find out about Movies In The Park, cheese making and belly dancing classes, local concerts, health events, and much more.
Due to a technical issue, co-host Pat Call’s microphone is a little faint in this and the second hour.
Talking of health, we had John Glennon and Pam Chandler from the Sierra Vista Food Co-op drop by the studio to talk about the natural foods grocery store and how it benefits the whole community. This grassroots effort just celebrated five years in business and seems to be going from strength to strength.
In our final hour we had a very interesting discussion with staff and students from the Cochise College science department. Dept. chair Edmund Priddis, biology instructor Kari Durham, and students Joseph Vasquez and Maria Skaff, educated us on two important research projects they are currently undertaking. Learn about the world of the Bean Beetle, and why local wildlife could be impacted by the border.