For Every Plastic there is an Equal and Opposite Hemp


Life in the Valley

I just celebrated 5 years at the U and it appears that new experiences keep happening with every passing week. Several ideas for screenplays have been working their way to the forefront of my time. I have a few films that are done or very near done and I will post them here as soon as I can. Most of all, I want to find out about my lenses and gear. Of curse, the best way to learn, is to do. So I will be doing a lot more in the next few weeks. Stay tuned! Knut~


Edible Planet

People often talk about the importance of food storage. But what about a food storage bin that surrounds you nearly everywhere you go?

Edible Planet is a process designed to help you learn how to find the edible food that can either be sought in the wild, or harvested in your own living area.

Here is a piece of our expedition to the International Peace Garden in March 2014.

Lefty - Magician Extraordinaire

Coming soon to a stage near you!


Guest for Saturday 7/23 on KTKk A.M 630

You can listen streaming on the website 5-6 p.m. MST on www.k-talk.com

Today I will be interviewing Doug Noll on his recent work titled "Elusive Peace". This addresses how two sides of a conflict can resolve their differences through. .. wait, I can't give it away just yet. Listen to the show.

Then my second guest will be Thaddeus Russell, author of "A Renegade History of the United States"


Special Guest on KTKK, Penny Wright.

Today I am interviewing Penny Wright whose book, "No Use for a Name" is for sale on Amazon and a few other online web sites. We will be talking about her writing and her choice of taking her book to the online world of Amazon Kindle.

Thanks for listening.

Oh, speaking of which, you can stream the show live on www.k-talk.com