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Sustainable Idaho
Tuesday Mornings at 7:35am and Thursdays Afternoons at 4:20 PM

Sustainable Idaho explores Idaho's sustainability topics by considering three key pillars of sustainability: economic, societal, and environmental aspects. Sustainable Idaho explores topics that matter to Idahoans.

Sustainable Idaho is a partnership between ISU's Sustainability Club and the Portneuf Resource Council. New student hosts are hired for Sustainable Idaho at the beginning of each new school year. Organization, planning, and technical assistance for the program is by a steering committee consisting of scientists, experts in their field and ISU faculty.

You can find out more about the Portneuf Resource Council at www.PortneufResourceCouncil.org. Contact us with your comments and ideas, or for hosting opportunities at PortneufResource@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you.

For archived episodes: https://www.kisu.org/show/sustainable-idaho

Latest Episodes
  • Nathan Gregson is joined by Gavin Pechey, the founder of Sporadicate based out of Portland, Oregon, and Scott Fitchett, a member of Bengal solutions and the ISU college of business to discuss the ongoing research on mycelium that decomposes plastic.
  • In this episode, Jodie Schwicht speaks with local fashion designer Cartier Dior Eliasen, a graduate of Parisian fashion school Institut Français de la Mode and former designer/sewer for brands Charles de Vilmorin, Dior and Ellery.
  • In this episode, Jodie Schwicht speaks with Pocatello Deputy Director of Public Works Tom Kirkman on electronic waste management and Pocatello’s solution with Recycle Boise.
  • Nathan Gregson is joined by Tom Kirkman, the Deputy deputy Public Works director for the city of Pocatello, to discuss current recycling statistics and the future of recycling in Pocatello.
  • We are joined by Robert Pitman, the Pocatello Greenhouse Outside Nursery Manager, to discuss why urban tree populations are declining in Idaho and how this is contributing to Climate Change. This is part 1 of a 2 part Episode. This first Episode will focus on some background on the insects causing the damage and the scope of the damage over time.
  • This episode covers air pollution and wintertime inversions in southeast Idaho. Interviewed is Melissa Gibbs, the air quality manager for the Pocatello regional office of the Department of Environmental Quality.
  • Nathan Gregson interviews Alissa Salmore on the plans for the I-15/I-86 Project.
  • Nathan Gregson interviews Alissa Salmore on some background information on the I-15/I-86 Project.
  • This episode consists of four mini-interviews with local business owners/vendors operating at the monthly Pocatello Art Walk.
  • This week is a re-airing episode on a plant-based diet. This episode covers information about the sustainability of implementing more plant-based food into our dietary patterns. Andrea Jeffrey, a Registered Dietician Nutritionist for clinics in Meridian, answers more questions on how people can make changes in their lifestyle and eating habits.
EPISODES PRIOR TO JUNE 2021