I created a nonprofit science podcast called Big Biology with biologists Art Woods from the University of Montana and Marty Martin from the University of South Florida. I write and produce most of the episodes.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality says there might be disease causing bugs in Big Timber’s water. The people living there say they’d rather roll the dice than pay for a treatment plant. Listen to the story on Montana Public Radio. Here is a longer version of that story with extra reporting from Wilsall, MT.
The competitors at a cowboy action shooting event dress up like characters from the old west and adopted cowboy aliases to escape from real life. Listen to the story on MTPR.
Listen to stories I produced for Montana Public Radio. Radio photo by Flickr user Alan Levine.
In Montana too many people end up in the ER because of meth. Listen to the story on The Meth Effect.
According to a 2006 survey from the Montana Gay Men’s Health Task Force a quarter of gay men in Montana have tried meth. Listen to the story on The Meth Effect.
“We’re kind of in a place where our hands are tied.” Tracy Hellem, an assistant professor of nursing in Montana, is trying to find a drug to help meth addicts. Listen to the story on The Meth Effect.
There aren’t many young falconers in Montana and Idaho. Falconers of all ages debate whether they should try to get more young people involved. Aired on 89.9 KBGA College Radio.
Everyone has their own method for getting over a hangover. Voxpop recorded in downtown Missoula, Montana.
Layla chases a pair of huskies as she walks down the trail. She’s only 16 months old. Her mom follows, picking her up when she falls down. A pile of fresh horse poo catches her eye. “Don’t touch it,” her dad warns her. She grabs handfuls of grass and stacks rocks next to a ditch.…