Monday morning show

Milt Lee visits The Farm By The Lake and talks with caretakers Marty Cobenais and Dawn Loeffler about the many events held at this retreat center near Bagley.

In his poem Root River, poet Scott Lowery shows how a teachable moment can find resolution in a simple gesture

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The novel Tradition goes into the privileged world of a private boarding school where only a few have power.  It's told from the perspective of Jules and Bax.  Jules is a good student who is starting to see the problems of the school and how power and status plays out.  Bax is a scholarship student who has been trained to be aggressive on the rink as a hockey goalie.  Their friendship and standing up for what's right is at the center of this tale. 

Ely writer, DyAnne Korda weaves together the revelatory and the succinct into a poem about healing called "Guadalupe and Burdock." You can find more of her words at www.sleddogmoon.com.

Milt Lee

Milt Lee talks with Bernis Ingvaldson, owner of The Honeyberry Farm south of Bagley.  The Honeyberry Farm has a nursery offering on-line sales of specialty cold hardy fruit bushes including honeyberry (haskap) shrubs, dwarf sour cherry bushes, saskatoon seedlings, elderberry and more. 

U-Pick Berries are available on the farm Sunday-Friday from late June through July 31st and again in September, from 9am to 6pm and evenings by appointment.

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