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Home Ground Radio with Brian Kahn

Home Ground Radio is a half-hour public affairs program with topics that range from the environment to the politics of Montana and the rural west. In each program, host Brian Kahn conducts one or two in-depth interviews.

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'Home Ground Radio': Bob Ream, Part 1

Jul 22, 2016

If you're lucky in life, and/or determined, you get to choose how you use your time. Looking back, some careers stand out. Bob Ream's career in ecology, academics, and politics is one. Ream is the guest on this episode of "Home Ground Radio".

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The founders of our nation placed a great deal of trust in the role of a free press as the key to maintaining informed public opinion. Chuck Johnson, a professional newspaper reporter for 44 years, is in a good position to say how we're doing.

Crow Tribe Legislative Branch

R. Knute Old Crow grew up on the Crow Reservation, dreaming of being an architect. But hardship intervened, and Old Crow became a welder. He put himself through college, got into politics, and today, he's in his third term as Speaker of the House of the Crow Nation, looking to change the tribal economy's lack of opportunity.

Since Teddy Roosevelt’s time, there’ve been a fair number of hunting and angling organizations active in wildlife conservation. And if you pursue that passion in big, wild country, there’s one designed for people like you: Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Land Tawney from Backcountry Hunters and Anglers is our guest on this episode of “Home Ground Radio."

Private enterprises use advertising to promote what they do. For government agencies, that’s usually forbidden. So we know very little about what public employees do, or whether it’s worth the money. That creates fertile ground for barroom experts and politicians to take potshots at them. Rich Bechtel has seen a lot in forty years in government, and what it takes to make it work.

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