Earlier this year, State of Water host, Seth Bernard, visited the Kingsley Farmer’s Market during their Water Week festivities. Seth led a workshop, performed a concert, and talked with some vendors and market goers about their personal relationships with water. Featured in this episode of State of Water are conversations with JC Bailey, Co-owner of Bailey’s Farms; Allison Cooley-Brakeman, Seth’s 9th grade science teacher; and Dan Hawkins, Village Manager for Kingsley, MI.
We hope you enjoy these small-town reflections on water – reflections of gratitude, of connection, and of the importance to protect our waters for future generations.
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State of Water is a program of the Michigan-based non-profit organization Title Track, and is powered by the Clean Water Campaign for Michigan. The podcast is made possible through a generous contribution from the Esperance Foundation.
EPISODE 31 Credits:
JC Bailey, Allison Cooley-Brakeman, and Dan Hawkins interviewed by Seth Bernard
Produced, edited and mixed by Dan Rickabus and Chris Good
Narrators – Alex Smith, Ben Darcie, Dan Rickabus, Jenny Jones, Angela Gallegos, Rachel Marco-Havens
Graphic by Will Thomas
Theme Music – Mike Savina, Seth Bernard & Dan Rickabus
Featured Music – “Harbinger” by Ecotone and “Authors (instrumental demo)” by Dan Rickabus