This week's Coffee Table answers your questions about ornamental and edible gardening in the many and varied climate zones of the lower Kenai Peninsula. Host Jeff Lockwood welcomes Brenda Adams, Tony Burgess and Donna Rae Faulkner from the Homer Garden Club.
This week on The Coffee Table, early childhood development and parenting support systems are the topics for discussion. KBBI's Renee Gross talks with Jill Lush and Susie Amundson from Sprout Family Services.
This week's Coffee Table is a preview of The Kachemak Bay Science Conference. Guests: Syverine Bentz from Kachemak Bay Estuarine Research Reserve, Beth Trowbridge, Executive Director of The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, and Sue Saupe of Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council. The conference is March 7 - 11. It is free to attend. Register at: kbayscience.org
Sexual Assault - Education, Prevention and Response is the topic on this week's Coffee Table. Guests: Chris Fontaine, Forensic Nurse, South Peninsula Hospital, Amy Woodruff, Prevention Coordinator, Haven House and Doug Koester Trainer, Facilitator, Green Dot Homer.
State Representative Paul Seaton is this week's guest. KBBI News Director Aaron Bolton reviews the budget, this year's session and special sessions, as well as the recent vote within the state Republican party to block Seaton and two other Republicans from running on the party's ticket.
What kind of care does the State of Alaska make available? On this week's Coffee Table, Homer Public Health Nurse Alivia Erickson and Nurse Jerry Troshynski, Alaska Department of Public Health Regional Supervisor, go over the services and programs available today at your Homer Public Health Center and across the peninsula.
This week's Coffee Table is an edited recording of a panel presented Saturday, October 14, 2017 by The Homer chapter of The Pioneers of Alaska and Homer Senior Citizens Inc. Moderated by Daisy Lee Bitter, Homer Women Pioneers features homesteading stories from Marie Anderson Walker, Barbara Perkins Hill, Pam Middleton Hooker and Mossy Kilcher. It was recorded at The Friendship Center on Svendlund Avenue in Homer.
On this week's Coffee Table, local and state organizations are working and networking to address the physical and societal effects of adverse childhood experiences. Guests: Reverend Lisa Talbott of First United Methodist Church, Alivia Ericson of The Safe Families for Children program, Amy Woodruff, SKP Resilience Coalition Coordinator, Laura Norton-Cruz, Alaska Resilience Coalition Director, and a taped interview with Reverend Elizabeth Schultz and First Lady of Alaska Donna Walker.