Boulder, Colo., May 7, 2019 – Are you a gardener without a green thumb? KGNU can help! Come join us at the radio station on Sunday, June 2 as we celebrate spring with our (mostly) annual plant sale that will include veggies, bushes, trees, houseplants, flowers – you name it!
Did you know there are 62 kinds of purple flowers, 41 kinds of blue flowers and 33 kinds of yellow flowers? Okay, maybe more information than you need, but as your community voice of the Front Range, it’s our job to keep you informed! And hey, the planet can use all the help we can cultivate by planting living organisms that provide oxygen, improve air quality, preserve soil, and support wildlife.
We’re also having a garden inspired arts and crafts fair as part of the plant sale. Artists and crafters, with garden-themed items, interested in participating in the sale can contact Kathleen, email@example.com or 303 499-5314 for details.
When you do your part to support Mother Earth, you also support KGNU! Our volunteers are taking donations from May 14th – 28th in KGNU’s backyard at 4700 Walnut Street in Boulder. So please consider planting some extra seeds, dividing them and potting them up for KGNU’s plant sale.
All proceeds from the Plant Sale go towards KGNU operations. Thank you for your support and best of luck with your gardening!
Here’s your calendar info:
What: KGNU’s Annual Plant Sale & Craft Fair
When: Sunday, June 2, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: KGNU Boulder Studios in Boulder at 4700 Walnut St.
Questions? Contact Kathleen at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah@kgnu.org
In 2019, KGNU will embark on a capital campaign to raise $1.25M, with an equal amount to be matched by the City of Boulder. The matching grant is part of Boulder’s 2017 Community, Culture and Safety Tax Initiative and will allow KGNU to expand and upgrade its Boulder studios to create a regional community media center that will serve an even broader demographic.
At KGNU, a small staff working with more than 300 volunteers produce, host, report, DJ, administer and govern the station, broadcasting 18-20 hours of locally produced programming each day. Keep our mission alive for another 40 years by donating today!
KGNU Commitment to Community
Vision: The Boulder Community Broadcast Association, Inc. dba KGNU Community Radio envisions an actively engaged global community rooted in mutual respect, working together to advance a more equitable, just, and environmentally sustainable society that ensures all peoples access to and participation in independent media.
Mission: KGNU seeks to stimulate, educate, and entertain our audience, to reflect the diversity of the local and world community, and to provide a channel for individuals, groups, issues, and music that have been overlooked, suppressed, or underrepresented by other media.
As such, KGNU reaffirms our commitment to foster inclusive equitable practices, communities, and governance first and foremost inside our organization, and by proactively working toward building an inclusive and socially equitable local media landscape by challenging all forms of discrimination. We believe by working together and embracing our differences, we forge stronger, more resilient, and inclusive communities.