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A fast-paced locked-room mystery in Utah’s awe-inspiring canyon lands provides thrills and spills in book 3 of the bestselling RM Outdoor Adventures series.
River guide Mandy Tanner and her fiancé Rob Juarez, owners of RM Outdoor Adventures, are leading an off-season rafting and climbing trip on the Colorado River. The unfamiliar topography and a lecherous local climbing guide have Mandy on edge — but that’s nothing compared to the trouble the clients bring. When a young man is found dead, everyone on the trip is a suspect. Since there’s no way out of the Colorado River’s steep canyons, it’s up to Mandy and Rob to solve the mystery before the murderer strikes again.
Beth Groundwater writes two mystery series, the Claire Hanover gift basket designer series and the Rocky Mountain Outdoor Adventures series starring whitewater river ranger Mandy Tanner. The first book in her Claire Hanover series, A REAL BASKET CASE, was released in hardcover in 2007 and re-released in trade paperback and ebook in November, 2011. The book garnered good reviews from Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, and other national reviewers and was nominated for the 2007 Best First Novel Agatha Award. The second book, TO HELL IN A HANDBASKET, was released in hardcover in 2009, also to good reviews, and was re-released in trade paperback and ebook in November, 2012. The third book, A BASKET OF TROUBLE, will be released in November, 2013.
In June, 2011, she was the parade VIP for the First in Boating on the Arkansas River (FIBArk) whitewater festival in Salida, Colorado, which is featured in DEADLY CURRENTS. Beth lives in Colorado and enjoys its many outdoor activities, including skiing and whitewater rafting.
Beth Groundwater and Kathi Macias stop by to discuss their many novels.
The first book in Beth's new Rocky Mountain Outdoor Adventures mystery series starring Mandy Tanner, a whitewater river ranger, to be released March 1, 2011. When Mandy rescues a man who fell out of a raft on the upper Arkansas River in Colorado and he dies on the river bank, she feels driven to find out what—or who—killed him.
Ground Water Awareness Week is sponsored by the National Ground Water Association — the nation's leading authority on the use and protection of groundwater.
According to the association, 98% of our drinking water comes from underground sources. This is why we need to protect it...I say WE, because the government isn't doing it's job, as stated in the U.S. Constitution!
In Southern California, we cannot rely on our groundwater any longer due to two very dangerous contaminants that the Environm
SHOW TOPIC: HYDRAULIC FRACTURING
In this show, we will talk about a very serious issue that has been going on since 1960 ... OMG! and it's called "Hydraulic Fracturing".
Hydraulic Fracturing is a serious issue that poisons the drinking water you and I drink, we need to take action immediately to stop it.
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DATE: 7-27-2012 - FRIDAY
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We will be talking to folks about the impacts of industrial scale wind on agriculture — crops, livestock, etc. Our first guest will be Anne Gardner from Australia. Anne and her husband Gus raise some of the finest merinos in the world and are being impacted by a massive industrial wind development. Our second guest will be Kim Schertz from Illinois. We will talk about groundwater problems in fields, GPS effects for tractors and aircraft, crop dus
As the pressure surmounts to eliminate our dependency upon foreign oil, natural gas development seems to be the bridge fuel to alternative energy. However, there are many concerns about the process involved with natural gas extraction, especially due to the vast difference between the process of making conventional gas wells as opposed to shale exploration. There are many factors to be considered, ranging from the contamination of local water resources, the vast amount of fresh water required to facilitate the process, compulsory integration, forced pooling, eminent domain and violation of civil liberties.
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by industry expert, Kathy Martin to discuss the difference between these processes. Kathy Martin has a BS in petroleum engineering and a Masters in Civil Engineering. She is a licensed professional engineer in civil engineering in Oklahoma. Her career began by serving six years with Oklahoma environmental regulatory agencies in the field of water quality permits where she wrote regulations for waste disposal using surface impoundments and land application, as well as acting as project officer of the Tar Creek Superfund Site - the largest abandoned lead and zinc mine in the US located in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas. She spent the past 15 years focused on engineering evaluation of waste management systems used by large scale animal feeding operations in 21 states and has helped adjacent landowners throughout the due process system of environmental permits. She served on the STRONGER board for 5 years, involved in voluntary audits of state environmental regulations related to oil and gas exploration. The past 3 years, she's become involved in the fracking issue by helping grassroots organizations understand the technical aspects of shale gas exploration,production and potential for groundwater and air pollution.
In the Horn of Africa streams dry out, groundwater levels shrink, forests disappear and vegetation gives in to drought. This means that women at grassroots have to work harder to produce food for their families. Susan Karanja and Kalkidan Mulugeta will speak on their plan in helping women at grassroots develop agricultural skills that will enable them to increase their food productions. Listen live at: 619-393-2852/www.pinnacleofpraiseradio.org. Thanks for choosing Pinnacle o
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