October 6, 2011
Find out when these broadcasters ask the questions. Interviewers include: Skip Alan Smith Michael Ben of KVMR Co-Hosts of “Dreamwalk,” Mignon Geli of KFOK in Georgetown, CA and Good Shield Aguilar; Musician/Activist for “Buffalo Field Campaign”
July 29, 2011
The city of Reno grew up around the transcontinental railroad tracks that traversed the Truckee Meadows. When the tracks were re-routed below street-level, archeologists uncovered a record of five thousand years of human habitation.
Mary Ringhoff and Ed Stoner are archeologists with Western Cultural Resource Management, Inc., and authors of The River and the Railroad: An Archaeological History of Reno (University of Nevada Press), describing the archeological work they did during construction of the trench. Skip Allen Smith and I spoke with them on Dreamwalk, July 28, 2011.