35 Burst results for "Five Acres"
What's Needed to Manage Wildfires
"The western united states is under excessive heat warnings or advisories again that he plus the extreme drought that's been afflicting. The region could make for a disastrous wildfire season. This year in states like california last fire season in california was already the worst in the state's modern history with nearly ten thousand fires burning over four million acres killing thirty three people and destroying thousands of properties forest management and california as in most states is a responsibility shared by state and federal authorities. We wondered if they're doing enough to adapt to what seems to be a growing threat from wildfires year after year to help us answer that question. We called scott stevens. He's a professor at the university of california berkeley specializing in wildfires and forest management professor stevens. Welcome happy to be here. So let's start with a big question. Why do fire conditions seem to be getting worse and worse over time in california we have climate change in packing state with higher temperatures. More drought dry fuel. All this contributes to are already vulnerable conditions from fire suppression and past harvesting the other piece which is really difficult is so many people living in the wild at urban interface and this also causes great vulnerability. Quick point of information there. You mentioned the phrase wildland urban interface. Can you tell us what that is. Yes this is the area where we have people. Living in an among the wildland vegetation of californian elsewhere the united states. it's a place where maybe people are living on one egg number five acre. Lots sometimes are actually A subdivision right adjacent to forced or sometimes a shrub win so it really is an environment where you're right next to or within the wildland areas from fire behavior standpoint
Is There a Haunted Lake Near Oregon's Very Own Area 51?
"And what many people call oregon's area fifty one not far from oregon's lincoln city downtown is the six hundred and eighty five acre devil's lake. One hundred years ago. It was called indian bay. That is until it was invaded by an evil spirit. Said that indian warriors attempted to cross late one night when returning from a hunting trip never reached the other side subtler till i'll how tentacles came out of the water wrapped around the indians canoe and pulled them under to this day. Many locals will not approach the lake at night. Although the devils like monster hasn't been seen in a hundred years it said that dust the spirits of the warriors can be viewed at the water's edge searching for their canoes continued travelling north from lincoln city on route eighteen. And you enter the twelve mile van doozer cord or where it said you'll pass by oregon's own area. Fifty one many drivers using a corridor as a commute to lincoln city. Say they often feel like their cars being driven by an unseen force. Some reports seen lights in the sky. Others say they've seen people along the road who disappeared before there is. These are business men and women. This could be attributed to the haunting of a ghost town along the corridor. Just east rose lodge. But perhaps he's reports aren't supernatural to hikers in the woods parallel to the corridor claim to have spotted a military base locals. Report that forested road branching off the twelve mile corridor recently was blocked off and there actually is a government testing facility not far from that section of route eighteen lights in the sky people disappearing an unseen force. It takes over passing cars. Next time you visit oregon's lincoln city be sure to visit devil's lake and drive the twelve miles of van doozer corridor. Then you decide supernatural or the results of testing at a secret government base now joe out of bright
"five acres" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Down about a year and a half ago were under construction, and I said it walking And I'm looking at the wall and I'm walking and walking. And I'm used to like a development project where you could walk a wall. You know, 10 acres, five acres, two acres What I can And I realized that's a long time. That's a big walk. Ah, lot of it. A lot of the wall you have is incredibly natural. It's you have the mountains. You have the rivers. You have some very powerful water areas. You have some areas that are virtually impossible to get by. So we didn't need walls everywhere but where we needed them. Because it's been so successful that we've added nearly 300 miles, and that's currently under construction. This was our original wish to get these areas done where it was such trouble. And now we have it. It's either in construction or preconstruction, an additional 300 miles. In every region that we've built the wall, illegal crossings and drug smuggling have plummeted absolutely plummeted. In the Rio Grande Valley crossings have dropped nearly 80% in Yuma, Arizona. Illegal entries have been slashed by 90% nationwide ice and Border Patrol of Seized over £2 million of fentanyl, heroin, meth and other Deadly narcotics, saving thousands and thousands of lives. We've arrested nearly 500,000 illegal aliens with criminal records, some with very serious criminal records of the type you don't want to know about, like murder. We removed nearly 20,000 gang members from the United States, including 4500 members of M s 13, probably The worst gang of them all. Through the landmark reforms we've put into place we have ended the immigration chaos and re established American sovereignty. Most important reform was ending, catch and release. Not easy to do you dealing with Congress? It's very, very difficult. Which is the functional equivalent of open borders. But even worse, it's catch and release them. It means release into our country, not into another country. This policy was exploited by vicious criminal organizations.
"five acres" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"School way, and then you've got maybe who's the homeowner might have an acre of five acres. They may have purchased a small tractor with a bucket so they could take a small tree. Put it into the bucket, take their hole and put it in. And then as you get up from there now you get into more of the people like Cutter's edge. The landscape professionals who do this for a living. They know exactly what needs to get done. As we spoke about before about how to plant a tree. Where to plant a tree. What kind of treat a plant. Now they've got the machinery. Tio plant these things so And in case I think there's a couple things really important, too, that when we're looking at whether it's cutters edge or it's any contracting company that you're going to hire to put thes these trees and No. They have qualified personnel that they're going to come onto your property, You know? Are they finally actually strong, Teo and have the start up cost some of these trees that they may purchase can go into the 4 $15,000 range that they've got to buy this tree up front. Do they have the money to do that to finish there and complete the jobs, you know, And then the other thing is, you know they have a safety record. If they're going to be coming onto your property with some of this heavy equipment, you know, you want to make sure they're not going to damage the homes. Damage the property, bring to every piece of equipment onto your concrete driveway and crack it. Things like that. So I think that's really important When we talk about this heavy equipment stuff that whoever you are hiring to do this kind of work, they are qualified and do have the qualified equipment to be able to handle that project. And and and the last thing is, boy, They're bringing us heavy equipment on your property. Make sure you get additionally insured on their policy s so that way, you know they're insured to do this kind of work and and and their license to do this kind of work, you know, don't hire. Ah. No higher your concrete guy. Teo do the route printing of the tree because when that inspector comes, it's not Rupert properly. He could fail the inspection on you. The concrete could be perfect. At the Rupert needed was improper, and now you gotta replace trees and stuff. So those are things that take in mind Casey when we're talking about his heavy equipment stuff when we talk about equipment, and we talk about heavy equipment. What are examples of some of the types of machinery Casey well, the most common to.
Interview With Body Surfer Nick Betts
"Welcome back to the Costa Athlete Program I'm your host chef. Today, we are joined by one of the men who has helped shape one of the biggest brains and body surfing and skin diving or free diving depending on what you choose to identify as we have on the man, the myth, the legend one of the is behind the camera, the Great Nick Nick so good to have you on the show. Absolutely Beerman so I have to ask right off the top. How. Did you get hooked up with because you and Matlin Gio did I pronounce his last name correctly Lingo. Lingo. Thank you. Everybody listened to the show Torius mispronouncing of names between the two of you. You guys are responsible for the majority of public images released by Ert. How'd you get hooked up hooked up with them in the first place? Actually, not really think about it might be a kind of a blurry stories. So there's a thousand, acre, ranch out east in San. Diego that. I am kind of Co.. Owners of I don't own the ranch, but Munich Jake we. Have kind of put together. What is called earlier twenty ranch and Jake's families owned this thousand Acre property since nineteen twelve and as fifty five. Acre Lake on. A. Cabin. In all kinds of different terrain and stuff like that. So years ago through the rest of a group that started, which is rescued watches also on by rob. Smith We met through him in new that was formerly snipers. So they asked me to come out in check out the ranch in need do some schouten. Stuff. So I went out there and I saw we we're able to shoot to like twenty, six hundred meters and I j like you have no idea what you have here. In will only get some boys out here jigs former military he was air. Force. So. Through my connections, I knew mad at the time and we brought matt out there and just shooting various guns and kind of started doing some photo shoots. No quick just because I want to. I want to date for the audience. 'CAUSE as everybody knows like five years ago gun content could help you when the algorithm whereas now you don't necessarily see the same level of push. So at what point was this this forming up happening? This is probably in twenty seventeen. And So maddie and out in and. That's how I got introduced again and then started doing. Random shoots through MAC. and. Become really close with with union the rest of his family. Really, really big into the brand and and what it stood for. In. The logos and designs in the Surf Culture that was speculating waiting so I ended up getting connected with them through that we do some dies up support any way that I could. has now kind of worked for clandestine media. which the huge military media company does a lot of shoots for a lot of the major manufacturers and kind of had to take a step away because he's been on the road for weeks and weeks and weeks at a time and so ian reach out to the announcement. Step into fill Matt's shoes which are big shoes to fill in. More than happy to do so.
Nuns agree to turn former convent into flood-prevention project
"When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in two thousand, five the Convent of the Sisters of Saint. With severely damaged by flooding. The nuns moved elsewhere while repairs began. The following year lightning struck the roof and started a fire. The convent could not be saved. We began to pray for some kind of insight that would enable us to use the property in a way that would minister to the people of New Orleans sister Pat Bergen architect came to the nuns with an idea converting the twenty five acres into a wetland that helps prevent flooding in nearby areas they're calling the project. The mirabeau water garden plans for the site include recreational areas, meadows that absorb storm water and retention ponds. When the city's drainage system is overwhelmed, water will be diverted to the property and held there until it can be safely released. Healing, strengthening restoring earth was a major part of our decision making and that's why this design resonated with our hearts right away. So, when the city breaks ground, it will turn what was once a major loss into a gain for the flood prone city of New
Ecology Lessons from Mt. Auburn Cemetery
"Tell us about when Mount Auburn sort of formalized the idea of emphasizing places in urban wildlife refuge and set specific sustainability goals like what's that? When did that happen? Well. I would I would say even before I was here, there was certainly a focus on a at some degree of sustainability sustainable practices, but it wasn't. It really started ramping up and you know after I got here because of my own interests, many of the other staff at the time as well and we really felt it was time to do more focus spend more time focusing on and really do the right thing and. It gradually became more formalized Because I'm sorry term planning processes and and when are several years ago we did a strategic plan and one of the top level and strategic initiatives of the plan was to be a model of environmental stewardship. So it really that's when it really became Kinda Corp Institution wide. Horticulture Department. Because of in the. Area I. Mean you're this piece of ecological uniqueness I think I read and one description right? I mean it's it's an unusual place to have one hundred and seventy five acres. In the conditioner. Really. It's it's such an important more and more important these days because we're in surrounded by an urban environment and. Green Open greenspace. That's good for my life and people is that much more important than it used to be and recognized as being important so it's Yeah. We're really in a kind of a unique spot. So. Now as with Central Park in New York City and other such spaces like the birds for instance, and you have a lot of birds they are especially during migration periods at Mount Auburn. Birds knew all along. This was a great ecologically important spot. So tell us a little bit about the wildlife and who calls home and so forth. The I? Say forever third says. Stop Vice About Auburn but. On on the fly over the path of migrating birds, you know come and kind of fun you following the coastline. from Central America and up on up north. So we're right in that in that flyway in in recent years more, the more urbanization has happened the more. Here. We are at the birds fly over and all they say is one hundred, seventy, five acres of five thousand trees in the tree tops is fine over. So it really is an obvious place for them to. Stop and take arrest them get replenished with. Food on their way north we happen to be in you know in in an area zone that birds are migrating through anyway, and of course, there's also a lot of resident birds as well that. Take Up. Space, here. And I imagine that you have bird clubs and stuff worth that left to be there and looking at birds. Yes absolutely that's where we are quite popular destination for many. Many very clubs and Amasau of on society and other. Organizations that that that organized groups to bring here and then just as people. Flock here from as individuals especially in May and peak migrating season, but also throughout the year. So it's not just birds I know for instance, when you did your woodland, you did you've done a number of as part of the sort of overall Mandate of of greater stability and and being more of a wildlife refuge in in recent years that's intensified you've done a number of projects you restored with didn't chew I mean or your receive in restoring the woodland. Tell us a little bit of some of the sort of steps and what did you do? Did you kind of monitor populations and figure out who is there and what you needed to do to what's thought process that when you when you begin an and again, this is a historic place and a place that a lot of people have. attachment to. You know it's an emotional place. It's a treasured place so you can't just change everything right? You have limitation. Right. Glad. You mentioned that we still are very much a an active ongoing cemetery. Belt creating and selling in bear space and burying people all the time in addition to you know generations of people that have already been buried here. So yeah. So we have to keep that in mind while we continue to move forward
PRO TALK with Rob Delaney
"What about your, own house. Can you tell me a little bit about it? And do you have any lingering building science problems you're either you know ignoring or happily ignoring. The Cave of ideas. I built my house when I was twenty five. On my own business for few years at this point, and just you still live in it. Oh absolutely yeah, so my wife and I had bought twenty five acres angrier, still dating. We've been together. Seventeen. And you know there's always. What had happened was Yom Irish, so I got in a fight with our landlord on a Thursday night, and I was digging footings for New House on Friday morning. Not GonNa stay there anymore. We decided that we would just build up. A Small House on property on Shop Foundation, so I build a thirty by thirty four. The original tiny house. And then somewhere else on the property at Sunday we build our dream house and you know. Turn this into a shop. which is you know I was going to have a heated shot foundation? You mean a slab on grade or a? It's got four foot walls under a, but it is, it's it's a slab inside a four foot walls so i. mean it's it's. It's not. It's above or below frost line, but it's you know I. I didn't know you should insulate slabs back then, and I didn't know. Can Lights were all the rage back in two thousand? Twenty or thirty of those in the house, and where we're going to put the the Ductwork Oh, let's just throw it up in the attic and we don't need insulated duct work as we're GONNA cover insulation. there. I I have fixed what I can fix long. You know I mean we didn't use the. Vent vents and through the roof, and so I I six when I can sex along the way You know the other stuff you just learn to live with you know the fans dump outside now and you know we've done smears the only enough there and we've got appropriate levels of insulation and being on a slab. It's naturally a pretty tight house. Anyway signed my blower doors. Maybe twelve hundred or something, and we've added onto it since as there's you know, it's now sixteen forty square feet, you know. We had three kids in it and. As, just say long live there and then boy. We're having kids faster than we're getting towards dream house you know. It's it's it's terrific house at. Its. If, I were to build it when I was thirty five probably would have been the style house building then, which would been this monstrous cat up? Way Too much as way too much rough, it's. Pretty simple. Rans just works day in and day out. You Know Pretty Forgiving Assembly on everything. You know it's it's tough to be. What would you do if you were? To move and build your own house tomorrow, what assemblies would you use for walls and roof? I think it's tough. To not want to do the double wall. Cellulose. Yeah, you know it's. Simply. There's nothing creek about your building walls like you build walls, your dense packing like a dense pack. You know it's just. Yeah. They're still. You gotta get every detail. Right? No matter how you do it, but. You know in. Our our! Training Center. Remember. Bill rose a group of they're they're the ones that Jonah debunked? Then at addicts working, you know. I'm ninety nine percent shares rose, did just a ton of different assemblies, and on different buildings, all over the University of Illinois campus and found out like. It it is what it is yeah. Battles but Yeah, I mean. So, you know I would. I've thought about how to build homes. To Megan this time as possible, one hundred different ways from like, maybe you build on your exterior walls, and then you set your trusses and you drywall the ceiling tape it many comeback and build argument, so you got this Arab Ariza's run. On broken through the whole house to you know just getting up there and. Air Sealing today lights. I really enjoy a lot of the passive home stuff and just. Off Steam Basis, do
Los Angeles - Evacuation orders issued near Lake Piru in Ventura County as blaze grows
"A fast moving brush fire in Ventura county has prompted mandatory evacuations at lake pyro the fires burned at least seventy five acres this afternoon in a remote area that's difficult for firefighters to reach the Ventura county fire department says the fire was the pick was has the potential to burn one thousand acres before it stopped heat and winds have whipped firefighters into shape a bit earlier this year LA county fire assistant chief drew Smith says the last three days have underscored the potential fire danger it should set the stage for what we have coming in as we get into our summer and fall months along with the pi roof fires have a recently popped up in case steak house the the heights and Bellaire Smith says this is a chance for people to review their ready set go preparation and evacuation
"five acres" Discussed on KTRH
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COVID: Fighting The Downturn Silence
"Managers. We need some simple things that we can do to pry open the lines of communication because without those lines communication. We're going to be less efficient less effective we make no bones about it pry. We will okay. So what's the Crowbar? We're GONNA use your yeah. We have six recommendations actually. I'm sorry we have five recommendations and one false recommendation that a bunch of people will recommend it's number six. We call the secret bad idea. Everyone suggested it's just dead wrong. Don't do it. The first five are as you're working. Produce plans earlier share more drafts and expect the input. You get from people to take longer. That's a way to increase the communication between us and our DUREX second. We need to decrease our communication during meetings and we will suggest ways to do that. We need to ask more questions directly. And there's a secret to doing that. Hopefully we can figure that out but we'll share it nonetheless. We need to provide feedback on communications feet. Communication is behavior shoot. It's four if not five of the five acres we talk about. We need to talk to people about why you know what happens when they communicate less and we definitely need to end our one on ones which were invented to create communication and relationships and trust In them with more questions. Of course we'll finish with the secret bad idea one more thing. This is not a completely exhaustive list. It's rather really a shorter list of that. Almost any manager. Who's listening can do right
"five acres" Discussed on KTRH
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Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Women Working in the World of Plants
"We continue cultivating places. Women's history month interviews. Were joined this week by Andrea Delong Amaya director of horticulture for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas. At Austin it is also the botanic garden for the State of Texas Andrea has been on staff for over twenty years and has more than thirty years of experience in horticulture. She Guides fifteen staff members in the design and management of nine acres of Native Plant Gardens. Two hundred and seventy five acres of natural areas and in native plant nursery. She teaches classes in native plant horticulture and writes and presents on her passion for the field widely. She spoke with US late. Last autumn to share more about the history and work of the centre including it. Being the legacy of another extraordinary woman ladybird Johnson Andrea shares. Her own enthusiasm for this field of work. Welcome Andrea Hi. How you doing? I'm great how are you wonderful? I'd love for you to start by describing describe the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center as visually as you can for listeners. Who may not have been there. And then we'll talk a little bit about your specific work there Andrea Sherr so we are in a South Austin and in the middle of Texas. We're in a part of the state that we refer to as Texas El country or the Edwards Plateau which is a beautiful beautiful part of the state. Of course Texans will say every part of the state is beautiful but I WANNA say text. The central Texas area is particularly beautiful especially in the spring were really renowned for having excellent wildflower displays including the Texas blue on it which occurs all over the state but the central Texas areas particularly flora for us in the spring. And so we are like I said in Austin and the site that were on is a public garden where about two hundred and eighty five acres. I think we actually added a little bit more In the last year or so and it's a public garden where we feature plants that are native to the state of Texas. That's the site now. The organization is bigger than that But the gardens here. We're demonstrating hell different. Native plants can be used in different kinds of landscapes different kinds of styles. We have collections of plants. From different parts of the State we are the Botanic Garden Texas. So we're trying to increase our collections to represent other parts of the state as well as the central Texas area so we have about nine acres of cultivated gardens and then we have a sixteen Acre Texas Arboretum of trees So those are the horticultural areas in then. We have natural areas in The other parts of the the property And that the natural areas also include some research areas. We have some Areas where we're doing Land Management prescribed fire treatments and different kinds of land-management to see how that influences the vegetation. Yeah we can talk more about that. If you're if you like definitely definitely I will i. I would love to get into some of the specifics of each of those areas you just described but before we get there. Describe your your your job there what it entails and may be the trajectory of your twenty years there. Andrea. Yeah well. I started as a gardener appropriately and really enjoy working outside. I mean I've always been interested in being outdoors and that goes way back to my childhood is probably most people who have an affinity for the natural world That usually starts childhood so I grew up doing things outdoors with my parents particularly with my dad. We'd go camping or canoeing. And I remember having a field guide of of wildflowers weeds that surrounded our area where we lived and that was great. Fun everything from astronomy to birds and lizards and insects. Just everything is so interesting And I just find that the more I learn about things the more I'm fascinated and in awe of the natural world so that's just started early but it's just been a long a lifelong interest in learning more and observing more. I mean I laugh. We have a big picture window at our dining room table. And that's our TV. We don't have an actual electronics of the Inter House. It's overlooking a garden and pond and we just sit there and watch the animal antics and what's blooming and it's great fun and it's a nice way to slow down in our fast paced world That's a that's a big part of what I think. Nature does for me and for a lot of people So you started as a gardener. What year was that Andrea and then tell us about the progression of your rules at the Center Which clearly you progressed in because of your deepening curiosity and ever expanding knowledge base. Yes so I started in December of nine hundred ninety eight and Worked as a gardener I've guarded in most of the areas that we have in Under cultivation over the years and at some point we had Position of gardens manager was available so I moved into that and then I don't know maybe fifteen years ago I transitioned into the direct report culture and Unfortunately that means a little bit less guarding than I used to do. But it also gets me in a higher level of designing decision making which is very exciting and allows me to have more influence over some of the bigger picture things that are happening And then overseeing the natural areas arboretum and the nurseries also been pretty pretty fun and adds different interest to what what I'm looking at. Yeah so talk about Before we get into the specifics of some of the programmatic areas and display areas there and then the research give listeners. A history of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center when it started what it's original mission in scope was of course the wonderful woman for whom it is named and by whom it was founded in its original iteration and So that that people have an understanding of just how much bigger is then. A Garden appreciating wildflowers. Because that is a fabulous mission but it's it is much bigger than that so we're very blessed to have had the visionary Labor Johnson as founder. She founded the wildflower center. Initially as the wildflower research center. The National Welfare Research Center and that was an endeavor that she took on with her friend and actress. Helen Hayes which a lot of people don't remember that part of of the history but it's Kinda Funny Mrs Johnson didn't feel like she had enough name. Recognition Systems of Helen Hayes. And so her mission right from the beginning was to really try to understand an unlocked the secrets of wildfires in native plants and understand how they grow and that was the original research. The the wildflower center did at that time and so that was a nineteen eighty two so the organization started back. Then we moved to our current site as a public garden Before it was more just a research site with some portables but it didn't really have botanical garden kind of exhibits. Someone moved to Our current site in one thousand nine hundred ninety five that was really a big focus of making the space Amenable to guests and having exhibits that people can interact with and having educational programming and really elaborating on that when she first started it. Why we'll just remind listeners? She was of course the first lady of the United States and she Had A as firstly. She had some remarkable initiatives to beautify. I think was the word that was used then. roads and highways across the country and she was taken by the wildflower diversity there in her home state for good reason. Because it's a pretty remarkable native flora. Will you talk a little bit about that? And and why people thought this was not just a pretty project but was worthy of deep research. Even at that time so yeah. Mrs Johnson grew up in a rural setting and without siblings so she was a long time so her best friend is. A child was outside Just the outdoors and I think that was what what instilled upon in her the scrape passion for the for the natural world and then as she became first lady She really had a great influence on President Johnson in terms of Passing legislation one of the things he's known for is the beautification. Act The highway beautification. Act and getting billboards off of the roadsides and cleaning up roadsides and planting wildflowers and the way I understand it you know we talk about it is being beautification and she knew at the time. She was very savvy that at the time. She knew that that was a word that would engage people. The public secretly I. I've heard that she felt like that was actually kind of a word and that it is she. I think she understood. It was deeper than just beautification was away to connect people with the idea that she
"five acres" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The Taliban will start tonight in Afghanistan America's listening to fox news six oh do good morning on Patrick Osborne topping Austin's news the downtown Austin alliance says it's very pleased that governor Greg Abbott is offering to let the nonprofit known as H. E. X. helps lease five acres of state owned land for a dollar a year CEO do it says the land your one eighty three and on top of this will be used for a new pop up homeless shelter what we're talking about is a temporary shelter with one hundred and fifty beds the site would accommodate either expanding the facility or adding tends to the site says that lease with the state could help them generate the five million dollars in donations they need to buy the new so called sprung shelter and operate that for two years property tax revenue growth posing a challenge for Travis county in our state of the county address judge their Eckhart says the state's new three point five percent property tax threshold really calls into question a lot of things including where they'll make up the thirty three million dollars more in tax capacity that they projected by twenty twenty five now with the three point five percent rollback rate we're scrambling to figure out how to pay for stuff we have thirty three million dollars left to go over three point five percent requires voter approval used to be eight percent Eckhardt says the cap will impact real time tax rate reductions when the economy is strong and require them to bank a whole lot more research when the economy trends down the round rock school board votes to officially form a police department after three years of back and forth debate the district on us a minute application with the Texas commission on law enforcement that could be a approve within the month it's not clear how many officers will be higher but a search for police chief will likely be nationwide and began on Monday the Austin school district says work will continue toward upgrading and modernizing campuses even though superintendent Dr Paul cruises leaving for new job at UT a ISD board member ever Ellen says there'll be a lot to discuss next week that's the discussion on Monday is how do we work together to ensure that the transition we have maintains the stability and also just run smoothly the district has officially broken ground this week on the new twenty five million dollar Sanchez elementary crew says that's one of many additions A. I. S. D. will see over the next twenty plus years six so.
"five acres" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Richard Grinnell will become the acting director of national intelligence the White House says Grinnell is committed to a non political non partisan approach to the job the Baltimore health commissioner issuing a warning about cold temperatures overnight tonight a code blue extreme cold alert in effect for Baltimore city the commissioner says she encourages people to stay inside tonight make sure they have heat and power the low will be around twenty two degrees or more mayoral candidate through the garage announces plan to cut down on vacant homes in the city this morning you said he's pledging to re launch the dollar homes program allowing qualifying residents to buy home for one dollar if they commit to investing one hundred thousand dollars in refurbishing the home and live in it for at least three years rush fire late this morning burn about five acres of a swampy area on the Patapsco flat area of the four hundred block of west Patapsco Avenue in south Baltimore no one was hurt Democrat lawmakers in Annapolis proposing an expanded sales tax to fund curling commission recommendations to improve education in the state supporters say it would generate two point six billion dollars in new revenue by twenty twenty five opponents say the move would burden residents and businesses that are already overtaxed thirty eight degrees reporting a five thirty two I'm Michael philatelic six eighty WCBS news Frankel over here I can tell you for several years now to be with my good friend rod Beverly did I tell you the rod to recently helped me get four and three quarters percent guaranteed interest on my savings that's right four and three quarters percent guaranteed interest and if that's not good enough did I also mention that that money is growing income tax free I can start taking my money out when and if I decide to retire or not all.
"five acres" Discussed on KTRH
"They went good went good let's see here when I had to album and let's talk with James how are you today after that server self doing wonderful looking at porn a slab out now and so much only that the old buildings are the way to go features soft boiling over is that a waste of money that hocus pocus Sir well unless you get a source report done in your to find out exactly how deep you need to go with them it would be a waste of money but he any time somebody is building a new slab I recommend doing the souls report because that's going to tell you do you need peers how deep do they need to be what type of foundation would be best suited on it being that the whole nine yards they dig it literally lays everything out the way that foundation should be built Auburn but how much of the full report post all may be you're probably looking at something in the neighborhood of fifteen hundred and they gave me the exact location of the house is being exactly along but yet yeah I don't know pretty much an approximation within five acres and now that's two biggest ma'am okay so what we would live in about a one acre block somewhere I personally I'd wait till I got down to almost like a residential lot size okay all right rule of thumb like when they go in and do it a big neighborhood even when you're doing in a big neighborhood they've got to do so many test borings of you know for the acreage and if I cash I think the last time I checked on it was something like for every three acres they do a test or so you know if they're going to do an a a hundred and eighty acre neighborhood every three acres there's a test for okay all right now will prevent any foundation cracking issues or any of that no but he sure narrows it down to word yes and a heck of a lot better shot at it yeah it'll it'll let me know and let me be serious with you for a second a lot of people get really concerned about foundation cracks it's not foundation cracked I can guarantee you you will find a crack in the foundation the steel is in it to hold it together but what this is going to help eliminate is the dist the flexion a lot of level of the foundation okay that's that's what gets expensive right I did hear you got about the west all the time and I figured y'all would be in business if there weren't a lot stay they still building today to keep us in business twenty years from now so we like it and here's the things they do that keep us in business yeah that's also also just talking about begin to for part it really needs to be down to do it within a couple walks the next thing is trees are planted way too close to the foundation if the right if the trunk or not the trial if the canopy of the tree is get anywheres near the house the roots are going under it you're gonna have movement and if those two items alone would eliminate probably over half the foundation repair that's done beyond that now we're getting into workmanship were plumbing deteriorates and breaks things like that okay and who do you recommend soil sample I give died she geo test the call your turn yeah all right thank you very much back that probably have a phone number for if you want I don't care what you pull it up here real quick connect that one that's when I actually think cabin in my telephone I said your taste geo tech yeah and seven one three seven one three six nine nine six nine nine four thousand four thousand yeah all right I do appreciate Sir you bet take care and again our number seven one three two one two five eight seven four four eight six six nine three seven zero zero zero three gunbarrel let's head out there Keith how are you today hello Hey how are you today I'm doing terrific thank you got it what question I've got a granite tile floor and do the foundation issue forgot a couple cracks or one across the length of the trial I do not want have to tear up the entire trial but I sure would likely would Florida and I I would floor on top of the trial is this a smooth Tyler one it's got a wave to it yeah a little section two out okay and I'm assuming you want to put down a floating would yeah is that tile staying attached good is not power and rustling where no I had to replace a couple of tiles and there's no they're glued right to the foundation there smack right HM that would help get those up yep okay but they're not they're not popping up you can go over it it's going to increase the height obviously of of your floor so at any place you know where you're coming into another room that doesn't have the new floor it is going to have quite a high variants at this point but I if it is a smooth floor doesn't have you know a wavy texture on the tile itself you'll end up just put in a map down yeah that young underneath a floating floor you always got that plastic map that pushing okay I would put that down you would floor go over the top of it do you think the transition we're in a pretty intransigent teacher training I think our boarding up in the wood floors every two danger factor I think you're gonna have people.
Detroit Zoo turns poo into electricity
"The Detroit Zoo. Giraffes Rhinos. Zebras Cuba's not only fascinate visitors. They also generate what the zoo calls. Pu Power Sustainability Manager. Rachel Hanbury explains Animal Manure is very usable has a lot of energy in it. In twenty seventeen the zoo became the first in the country to convert animal waste to clean energy. The animal manure along with food waste goes into what's called a bio digest her as a waste breaks down in this airtight environment. It releases methane rich gas which can then be used to generate. Electricity Zoo is using that electricity to help power. Its Animal Hospital. The leftover solid waste can be used as compost for gardens throughout the zoo. And we're one hundred and twenty five acres in size so we use a lot of compost. Hamburgers says by putting animal and food ways to good. Use The zoo is diverting about five hundred under tons of waste from landfills each year though bio digesters are fairly common on farms. Only a handful of zoos around the world have started using them but hamburger says that's changing. Zoos are reaching out to us all across the country because they want to do something similar. It's part of a growing trend of keeping waste from going to waste.
Browns fire head coach Kitchens after 6-10 season
"According to people familiar with the endeavor the Cleveland Browns the first to drop the ax after the regular football season concluded yesterday firing head coach Freddie kitchens following a loss to Cincinnati thirty three twenty three boxes Metropolitano reports other NFL coaches might see a pink slip today a couple that bill teams already parted ways their head coach this season for the Washington Redskins the Carolina Panthers are not anticipated to hang on in our head coach bill Callahan Perry fuel respectively several coaches enter today on the hot seat in the NFL after this your shortcomings Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone endanger the jags recently firing executive VP of football operations Tom Coughlin possibly facing the axe this afternoon Pat Shurmur of the New York Giants Dan Quinn of the Atlanta Falcons Matt Patricia of the Detroit Lions they were already spared their fate they're returning for twenty twenty man about town on fox news N. for Marcia prevents Nick from Daily News developers of that propose solar farm on the seventy two acre win over farm have amended their plan to make the solar array smaller fifteen acres instead the the original proposal for thirty five acres the original plan would have required many large and very old trees to be felled the stork farmhouse and barn will still have to be removed because there can't be too uses on a parcel in this case commercial and residential at the latest hearing before the planning board representatives of the solar development company said old stone walls will not be touched
The case for growing lettuce in New England
"Most of the lettuce eaten in the United States. Comes I'm from California and Arizona. Regions expected to see more drought as the climate warms from. There it's all around the country generating carbon pollution with every three mile. But some say there's a better way if we all want to enjoy fresh produce that we need to grow it in many different spots regionally rather than just one part of the country. Matthew Meisel is chief financial officer of literally farms we decided let's grow lettuce year. Round in New England and the company grows more than two million pounds a year in a five Acre greenhouse in Massachusetts Meisel says the greenhouses not only closer to east coast consumers. Its location also allows the company to take advantage of the region's ample rainfall. We don't have a water shortage. In New England. We have abundant natural water. We capture rainwater. Ruben we store it and that's all the water that we use on our crop and they'll farming through a cold. Winter requires heating and lighting greenhouse in house shifting to renewables can reduce dependence on fossil fuels. So meisel says the time is right to rethink. How and where vegetables are
"five acres" Discussed on KCRW
"Know for sure when it rains you stay out of the ocean the winter rains are great for helping and fire season and building up drinking water supplies it's all good but here in greater LA a big storm also means millions of gallons of stormwater draining straight out on to the beaches and into the ocean and that storm water carries with it a lot of filth and garbage on the streets and in the drains bacteria oil grease chemicals of all kinds just a bunch of debris and garbage all goes into the ocean watershed management groups are supposed to capture and clean that storm water but a new report by the environmental nonprofit he'll today finds that they're only treating a small fraction of the water that they're supposed to analysts imho is water quality scientists and heal the bay the author of the report and Lisa thanks for being here yes thank you for having me I want to talk more about the how storm water is actually captured in treated so how does how does this process work so there's many different ways that you can capture storm water but the the general idea is that you put in a project that is able to retain storm water in some way so either allowing it to infiltrate naturally or capturing it in an underground cistern or something like that putting it through the treatment process two guys came out the trash and potentially also take out some of the other are harder contaminants like add copper or zinc bacteria things that are invisible to the naked eye and then I they're releasing it back into the water ways or re using it on site you can use it to you at your gate lands are you can replenish our ground water reservoirs with that water as well says many different ways that you did not it's not potable right but it is you can use it for the other stuff yes and once it's treated and then once it infiltrates through the ground it does get cleaned up enough to replenish our ground water and then that is a safe source of water not quite a brit a filter right process I want to talk about the results in your report watershed management groups are responsible for capturing as you mentioned in treating this the storm water there are a dozen of those groups give us a quick snapshot of what you found and how they're doing so what we found so far is that we are not on track to reach goals each of these watershed management groups has a different deadline to reach these goals because they are based on that as federally mandated water quality objectives and days are EPA standard EPA standards yes and so some of these deadlines are right around the corner the coming up in twenty twenty one other groups have a little bit longer they have until twenty thirty seven I think is the latest deadline none of the deadlines have officially passed yet but we should be working towards them and I at this point we don't see the type of implementation that we need to be seeing to reach those goals on time but how are they doing like as far as as far as capturing this the stuff yes so our assessment is based on information that was in the annual report which is available to any member of the public and what we found is that at collectively were about ten percent of the way there and again because some of these deadlines or in twenty twenty one right around the corner we do need to be implementing a little bit faster than that when I'm walking down the street and I see the storm drain and it says go straight to the ocean you know what I'm talking about the little the little sign absolutely right is that true yeah right there it does go straight to the ocean so in Los Angeles we actually have a separate storm sewer system and that is separate from our waste water sewage system other parts of the country have a combined sewer system as images go as an example has a combined sewer system and actually causes some problems sometimes because when you have a very large storm it can overflow their sewage system and cause sewage spills so we don't have that problem here which is actually a pretty good thing but the problem is that while the waste water is sent to treatment facilities and is treated before it is discharged the stork storm water goes directly into storm drains which lead to the Los Angeles river or by in a creek which leads directly to the ocean you mention my on a creek I want to talk about this this this group called the bionic creek watershed management group your report found that that this management group captures a just under seventy five acre feet of storm water for treatment but the intended target is more than two thousand two thousand acre feet within just the next year or so year and a half is that typical of how far behind these watershed management groups are from what we found in the annual report said is pretty typical that part of the reason for that is that at the management groups did have to come up with a plan first before they started implementing and so there was a little bit of delay and that implementation and now that we have plans in place we have measured DeFeo and we have a potentially a strong MS four permit in twenty twenty we're really expecting to see that implementation ramp up in the next five to ten years so do you take two thousand and then subtract seventy five from it and then that's how much storm water makes it into the ocean along the beaches roughly ask I want to talk about a big change it's about to arrive on the scene this is measured W. the safe clean water program LA county voters passed last year it goes into effect in twenty twenty it's projected to provide millions of dollars three hundred million I think a year at least some of that money will go toward the capture and treatment of storm water is that a game changer you think going forward in in in fixing this issue absolutely I think we have a really great opportunity and twenty twenty two you change the way that we've been perching this Parramatta and measure W. is going to be a huge part of that it will be roughly three hundred million dollars per year which is actually going to double the amount spent by permit T. is on I stormwater capture projects so it definitely is going to be a game changer and these are projects that are specifically targeting capturing cleaning and reusing storm water this is as I mentioned the first time that you guys have really looked at this is studied in and reported on storm water with with this new money you gonna do this every year we're hoping to yeah and actually part of our report is pointing out the fact that the data is very complicated to it to dig through and so this is our first attempt at doing an assessment of how we are managing our water in Los Angeles county but we certainly want to continue to work with a T. is to update this every year to really show how much progress is being done on a yearly basis analysts Amado water quality scientists and heal the bay you can read a report by the way it heal the bay dot O. R. G. anally so thank you thank you well from the vast Pacific Ocean to a concrete water basin in the now Tony neighborhood of Silver Lake used to serve as a reservoir for drinking water now the Silver Lake reservoir functions as a damn with the running trail around in a lawn and a dog park but there are bigger plans apparently in store the reservoir may be turned into a destination with far more amenities for runners and kids even nature lovers but not everyone's happy about it Francis Anderson host KCRW's design and architecture she's been following this debate hello Francis LST hawk a little bit about this why is still really considering plans to change I guess update the the reservoir now because people love to hang out around there yes despite the chain link fence that surrounds the arrival vast area which is somewhat off putting but yes as you mentioned you can joke that there was a long as a dog park folks in the neighborhood all those things added over the years but what's going on now is since the reservoir was drained five years ago there's been much debate about the west walls future and right now it is in the midst of a design process the city enlisted as landscape design of a well known phone called Hargreaves associates and they have been involved in a very extensive public out which process now those can be really great but they can also surface let's just say different perspectives on what people might desire in that neighborhood that they've had a lot of public meetings they wound up a presenting three different design options there was a survey it was responded to by almost three thousand people as very strong feelings about what to do with the reservoir and let's just say there's been some device over what amount of change to bring to the west of well you said that there were three different plans three ideas right talk us talk us through this that's right in that cold option a island overlooks option be active edges options see blended spaces essentially option a kind of does the least it sort of what Haynes the concrete ball tub provides some overlooks on the water but doesn't change too much the second one option B. is much more active recreational space the suggestions of of boating swimming and the creation of more wildlife habitats a whole combination of of amenities educational areas for learning about climate change so a lot to a lot and not plan then that's cool then this option see which would blend elements of both option a and B. also early the majority of those almost three thousand people let the responded to the survey this one to the combination of option a and B. they wanted greater access and amenities they want to quit beautification they wanted greater protection of existing wildlife with mole and not with more wildlife habitats in it integrated into in into the scheme one and if the if they want to see something you know change in in in a in a water feature they just need go like what a mile down the road to echo park lake right interesting that you bring up echo park lake which I think many would consider is a great success I mean it's gorgeous echo park lake it wasn't always that way correct and it's had a big makeover and the rest of Wall may be going down that poll some really becoming a mole view colleague sort of past stool feeling an attractive place to be what appears to have transpired in Silver Lake is that they're all folks there who actually of slightly worried that the west wall would become too much like two attractive like echo park and that that has been pushed back from those who would bother to see not much done a tool to the west of why they argue that this this is because they want to that very concern for wildlife and they don't want to see too much sort of human impact on the park and they also don't want to see much commercial impact on the park weapons at this is represented most loudly by a group called the Silverlake wildlife sanctuary what one hears from opponents of that group is those concerns about wildlife and preservation of really mall skating a mole sort of in CDS nimby Essam a desire to sort of keep people out to keep access to poking around the edge so this has created some let's just say tensions in the neighborhood then there's lots of people who live in the neighborhood who responded to the survey who don't have a vested interest in any particular one of the options but I was really kind of excited that something's actually coming to the west of one one of those people as Alison gash she actually has self works in environmental planning and policy she lives in selections not attached to any group and this is what she had to say at the end of the day they're going to be adding shade and improving the dog park and creating new access to the waterfront another all fantastic things.
Indian court rules in favor of Hindu temple on disputed land
"India's Supreme Court Saturday ruled in favor of Hindus in a dispute over religious site in the northern part of the country this clears the way for the construction of a Hindu temple something Hindu nationalists have been demanding for more than a century the court ruled five acres of land be given to Muslims to build a mosque he did not specify where I'm Nora Raum NPR news in
Brush fire breaks out in Hollywood Hills
"Water dropping helicopters have been pounding the flames of a brush fire burning just south of Warner brothers studios in the Hollywood Hills the fire started it shortly before to this afternoon and has burned at least twenty five acres officials say there are no structures threatened winds have been light and forward progress of the fire's been stopped a couple hundred LA city and county fire crews have been fighting
"five acres" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Live and local it's one o'clock I'm Liz mourner the burgeoning array of fire is forcing more people to evacuate in Ventura county for an update will go live to K. A. B. C.'s Kevin trip Kevin what's the latest Liz Maria fire now threatens twenty three hundred structures in rural parts of Ventura county officials just announced that eight thousand people are currently evacuated the fire broke out last night and is now about nine thousand acres in size with no containment to structures have already burned and there was word that another one is currently on fire the flames are burning dangerously close to homes in the community of Santa Paula reporting live Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news there's some good news regarding the Getty fire all of actuation orders there have now been lifted that fire broke out Monday morning in the support over the past it's now sixty six percent contained it chart is seven hundred forty five acres destroyed ten homes damaged another fifteen an injured for firefighters about six hundred firefighters remain on the lines there an elderly man has been arrested on child sexual exploitation charges alleging that he met with at least eight teenage girls on the internet and pressured them sometimes by threatening suicide into sending him sexually explicit images of themselves thirty year old Francisco Sanchez of Koreatown is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon on an eleven count federal grand jury indictment in U. S. District Court in downtown LA and as trading continued on the New York Stock Exchange today prices hovered up around record territory as Steve casting them explains that's probably better due to better than expected jobs reports stock prices climbed into positive territory this morning with the Dow Jones industrial average up more than two hundred and fifty points the monthly jobs report which said that one hundred twenty eight thousand jobs were added in October despite the GM strike boosted confidence on Wall Street however the institute for supply management said manufacturing contracted for the third month in a row democratic senator and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has released a new plan detailing how she would seek to pay for Medicare for all without raising taxes on the middle class in her words by one penny primary rivals have accused her of hiding from the fiscal realities of financing the program national economic council director for the White House Larry Kudlow says he doubts warrants plane it is the middle class who would have to pay the extra hundred billion dollars or more to finance this kind of socialist got a government takeover of health care it would have a catastrophic effect on the economy at all these numbers that were saying all these numbers on incomes for households on wage increases on jobs all these numbers would literally evaporate and by the by so with the stock market Santa Anita Park is still hosting its record tenth breeders Cup world interchange World Championship event today and tomorrow despite increased scrutiny from animal rights activists the Santa Anita racetrack has faced mounting pressure to stop the event after thirty six thoroughbred horses have died since last December the events top executives said earlier this week they've done everything possible to stop horses from becoming injured in the races but his comments have done little within the animal rights activist community talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. sports like the Mavericks close the Canucks U. S. C. host Oregon tomorrow in college football right here on a M. seven ninety KABC UCLA host Colorado.
"five acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And when it breaks I'm bill Seward live for the twenty four hour KFI news room one home has burned in a brush fire affecting seamy valley more than fifteen hundred acres have burned Ventura county fire captain Steve Kaufman tells NBC for thousands of homes are under mandatory evacuation orders we issue an evacuation order whether it's a warning or voluntary we ask people to get out the last thing we need is the road to be all clogged up because people waited to the last minute and we can't get fire engine into your neighborhood planes got dangerously close to the Reagan presidential library aircraft have been dropping water and fire retardant on the fire brush fire in Fullerton is burned about eight acres sand prompted mandatory evacuations hundreds of homes in the area near castle wooden coyote hills Dr are threatened but fire officials say they're optimistic they can get a handle on its overnight firefighters of stop the fire that burned a two to three acre a patch of brush in Whittier narrows the fire was reported just after for today along Durfee Avenue there are no homes close five but there are homeless camps in the area fire crews said the fire had the potential to burn five to seven acres and evacuation orders have been lifted in west LA for homes affected by the fire near the Getty center there are some exceptions for an area bordered by Kantner Avenue on the west Sunset Boulevard on the South Mountain gate drive on the north and the four or five and simple the on the east the fire has burned seven hundred and forty five acres destroyed twelve home since it started early Monday it's nearly thirty percent contained slowing for a crash in Montebello westbound side of the sixty at Findlay clean up crews are taking away the far left lane earlier crashes been moved up to the right shoulder drive still recovering from back near Garfield Avenue in the block in the auto flint ridge area used outside of the two ten from putting a lot about the street two right lanes on available for overnight Caltrans construction slated to reopen at six AM tomorrow edit orange westbound side of the twenty two to four freeway closure.
A new 75 acre fire in L.A., Kincade fire grows to 54,000 acres
"Los Angeles not far from the Getty museum hundreds of firefighters moving that plays about seventy five acres right now some of the area under evacuation orders in northern California the Kincaid fire is grown to more than fifty four thousand area is a hundred and eighty thousand there evacuated ABC's Alex stone is nearby and most of this area schools are closed today that he's become a somewhat regular occurrence in recent weeks in both northern and southern California school being canceled because of wildfires the smoke is thick in the air and many children and teachers are evacuating winds are expected to die down a little
Fast-moving brush fire threatens Pacific Palisades homes
"A fast moving brush fire that exploded in the Pacific palisades area late this morning has burned about thirty five acres with some mandatory evacuations issued about one hundred fifty LA city and county firefighters working to extinguish the fire is threatening some homes on Vista Grande
Cal Fire Crews Battling Wildfire Near El Dorado
"And firefighters are gaining containment on the country fire in Eldorado county hellfire reports the wildfires burned eighty five acres but forward progress has been stopped the blaze is now sixty five percent
"five acres" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Will eventually have thirty five acres of connected green space from downtown to fifteenth street with the first park opening in twenty twenty your kale BJ right our weather watch mostly sunny and hot this afternoon with a high ninety eight the turning out mainly clear tonight with a low near sixty nine from the weather center I'm meteorologist Isaac only a hundred and two in north Austin get Austin news on demand a news radio okay. B. J. dot com. you're listening to the best of Jeff and. news radio KO B. J. five ninety eight AM and ninety nine point seven FM presents Jeff warden climbing show. our number two of our little show. or the point zero zero zero one percent of us that are out liars that are called psychotic anti social things like that those of us that are not that in the social media here's the good and the bad all in one day. which would you like first the positive about social media or the. slightly deranged let's give me the positive okay. using a mo Jeez will lead to more sex if that's the case my gosh you may have the case. good news it's not worked out for me very well. for lack of. I will not say it's fake news at six news all right now listen to this well it's a little that's a little misrepresented that says why emoji use could lead to more sex. study claims that adding a mode used to communications allows people to reach a deaf deeper level of intimacy with one another. so I don't know that it's gonna be laid eggs. levels what does that tell you I've never used in a mochi well. I tell you everything I tell you everything it does yeah say it's completely uncovered all the one thing. here's how in the world somebody decided to study this but again Jeez I usually mode is all the time you and my kids a lot of adults do Jeff another not in other ways Jing and stuff a lot of adults do now they really down yeah hi Sir my OG is also now this one welcome Lawrence I got my hokum mourns AG a baby right all right this study and public library of science. says that..
F5: More Than I Expected Was Possible
"Here it is another farm five on farm small farm smart. We have made twelve grand. We were doing a c._s. C._s._a. Of of thirty members and <hes> we just pulled it off. We succeeded to deliver each basket and the quality was good enough and people were excited enough to sign sign up for the next year and we had just enough uh cash to go to cuba and visit farms there so that i hear you know we had a little bit of unsaved up so we had paid for most of our tools and like that but that twelve grand with enough to sustain us for a year go traveling and started to next year and and so i don't i don't know how we how we pulled that off because i don't know as as you grow more into times sometimes i perhaps because i have more expensive taste for wine now but i don't know how far i could go with twelve grand and a kid can go traveling. Did you ever think it would be possible little too gross one hundred and fifty thousand dollars on an acre and a half when you were starting out no no no we can we can foresee that and and you know life because all about steps sometimes you need to take a step to have a view of what with abban above and beyond where you were and that one hundred thousand dollars nature only became reality when we bought the farm and it had a it was a you know it's three acre prairie in the middle of which had the radical and even there when we bought that we had hadn't in had those numbers in my we just saw how big it was and we were thinking wow if all of this is farmed like we're doing now imagine the work that would be and it was to acquire that piece of land. We have to do a business plan and i don't. I don't even think that in the business scenario we had a hundred thousand dollars in there. It was in our fourth year the farm so that was our sixty or farming that we broke the hundred thousand dollar <hes> mark and then i entered a contest <hes> inch hearing quebec and we want and that gave us national recognition and it was just it was it was it was crazy ridiculous because there we were you know winning a contest for economic performances of farms and hoover farming an acre and a half and we push that limit even further out now but definitely when we started. We didn't know that i was even achievable in that fourth year. When you started seeing revenues come in in the general trend in you went on to break that hundred thousand dollar number where you just like holy yeah yeah exactly and then fill sell today you know if it's quite remarkable that that we can make who salary from such a small piece of land when you think about it and there's been a lot of studies now that has been condone about revenues and acreage in canada farm that farms that men in husband and both of them derive their income from the farm. It's about five or six percents of the farm usually on most farms. There's one of the two uh of work outside of the and there we are in that five percent and we're farming you know less than two acres and you know that's been that's been my motivation to talk to to talk about what i do and wha wrote the book and to try and explain and it's because it were farming such a small land base that we're generating such an interesting revenue and and the whole philosophy of trying to to intensify production streamline things because you have land constraint a lot of people still don't believe that it's a good idea not to have a tractor and not farm three or five acres.
"five acres" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"five acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"five acres" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"five acres" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"five acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Investigators are working around the clock to solve a triple murder in cloud county, the three bodies sitting on the property they all shared. They say twenty six year old Tiffany may was killed along with her boyfriend and his father. Komo's Joel Marino's near port Angeles were a forensic team is working to help. Find the killer. The first grim discoveries came under a set of tarps for the bodies of a father and adult son were placed after being shot deputies later found the body of the son's girlfriend, Tiffany may the lock shed on the five acre property, it's sad to live this close. And that that could happen to a family neighbor. Say Darryl Everson in a son Jordan were hard working mostly kept to themselves. Father and son were lawyers. Hauled logs. Investigators say each victim was shot several times and dozens of showcases were recovered. There are also reports of drug activity at the house and transients coming and going though, everyone had cleared out by the time deputies arrived. Today, we expect Seattle police to shed more light on a deadly officer involved shooting on New Year's Eve. Komo's Tammy matassa says last night the family of the man who was killed gathered at the spot where he died on Aurora avenue. Why they're son ended up dead in a confrontation with Seattle police on New Year's Eve is identified. The man as UCF fella Togo love his music and love his family. I don't see it just wasn't that a police officers try to pull them over during a traffic stop. But he ran away. Police say he pulled a gun. That's when one officer shot him. You have a stick? You.