Casas Regionales public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
A Central Oregon focused podcast designed to redefine what it means to be a community. How to invest in each other and the place that we live. Let’s encourage each other in the basics, like kindness, respect, gratitude, patience. Let’s learn about individuals, local businesses, and nonprofits that invest in our community. Let’s remember how much we have in common and start respecting our differences. Let’s lead the next generation of Central Oregonians, young and old, by example. In the proc ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
In the mid 1980’s as the timber and mill industry in Central Oregon was in a downturn, a group of local community members began providing free nutritious meals in a safe and caring environment to anyone in need. 36 years later that small group has evolved into the present-day Family Kitchen organization and continues the mission by providing over 9…
 
On May 3rd, The Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) Board of Trustees and the UNC Health Board of Directors announced the approval of a comprehensive, long-term Management Services Agreement (MSA) between the two organizations to expand local health care services and improve access to resources for patients in the High Country region of N…
 
The sophomore campaign of Appalachian FC is just around the corner. The 2021 Boone Area Chamber of Commerce Startup Business of the Year is eager to build off a global brand release that was complemented by a NPSL playoff appearance in their first season on the pitch. Michael Hitchcock, principal owner of Appalachian FC returns to Mind Your Busines…
 
In the spring of 1977, the population of Bend Oregon was roughly 16,500. On the first Saturday in May that year, the first annual Pole-Pedal-Paddle was held as a fundraiser for the local youth Mitey mite ski program. The late great Jenny Sheldon was the head coach of the Mitey mites and to raise money for her racers, Jenny organized the first PPP a…
 
Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, few experts could have accurately predicted what was about to happen to the entrepreneurial landscape in North Carolina and across the nation. While the early days of the pandemic saw many businesses shutter and close their doors, few expected that over the next two years new business formations…
 
As the temperature (maybe) warms up for good, businesses in the High Country are busy preparing for the hustle and bustle of the late spring and early summer. As people have less time to digest information about the various programs and seminars that dot the landscape, the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce has taken the opportunity to distill this inf…
 
In 2010, The High Desert Food & Farm Alliance was formed with the mission to support a healthy and thriving food and farm network in Central Oregon through education, collaboration, and inclusivity. Twelve years later, the HDFFA continues to evolve its many core programs which focus on improving affordable, nutritious, and easily accessible and sus…
 
COVID-19 boosters, the "bugs" that are going around, and spring allergies are just a few of the topics that are discussed daily by the local pharmacists and staff at Boone Drug, Inc. On this week's Mind Your Business, we check-in with Spencer Hodges, Corporate Pharmacy Manager, and get updates on these key community health conversations. Boone Drug…
 
As family members assist a loved one through the last stages of life, the stresses of providing care take can away from the valuable time you seek to spend together. Community-based Hospice care can provide those necessary, and often elevated services, while allowing the family to concentrate on supporting the emotional needs of the moment. Amorem,…
 
Global impacts on the local economy...what does it all mean and how will it impact my situation? A common question asked by us all as we examine the economic realities that influence our short and long term strategies. On this week's Mind Your Business, we use our quarterly check-in with Jonathan Allen of Allen Wealth Management to examine these to…
 
In 1987, Kris Jamieson made the full time move to Bend Oregon to spend more time in the mountains while pursuing a career in the outdoor sports industry. 35 years later Kris still calls Central Oregon home, and for good reason. Join me on episode 17 as I had the privilege to chat with Kris about a variety of topics ranging from the durability and s…
 
As businesses in the High Country transition toward spring, what differences exist in workforce recruitment and retainment? How has workplace culture evolved during COVID-19? Businesses that are having success retaining staff and running their business here in the High Country, simply put, "What's the secret?" Ricki & Elizabeth Pedroni operate Casa…
 
Energy is on everyone's mind these days, whether its the gas in your gar or the heat in your house. How communities and their utilities source energy that is efficient and sustainably focused is as important as ever. On this week's Mind Your Business, Ed Miller of App State's New River Light and Power updates us on the utility's plans for future in…
 
In 1976, a Washington State juvenile court judge recognized that he had insufficient information when making a life changing decision regarding the future of a three-year-old little girl who had suffered from child abuse. Within a year that very same judge, Justice David Soukup, launched the nation’s first program designed to promote volunteer advo…
 
In an effort to lead important regional conversations, the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce announces the 2022 Vision Northwest North Carolina one-day summit, focused on Creating Tomorrow's Workforce. The event, presented by SkyLine/SkyBest and Carolina West Wireless, will take place on Thursday, May 19th, 2022 at the Leon Levine Hall of Appalachian …
 
In 2005 Erin Cole-Baker and her husband Bruce discovered Bend OR after attending the Sisters Folk Festival. Erin called Central Oregon home for six years and, according to GO! Magazine, quickly established herself as “One of the more constant and compelling voices on the Central Oregon music scene.” After releasing two albums in the States, Erin an…
 
On Episode 14, I have the privilege of spending some time with James Nicol, Co-Owner and operator of Snoplanks Snowboard Company handcrafted here in Bend Oregon. Snoplanks, now nearly 10 years old, continues to grow and evolve as a brand largely due to the leadership that James and his team exemplify by regularly making decisions for the long-term …
 
On episode #13, I’m joined by Derek Abbey Ph.D., president, and CEO of Project Recover. Project Recover is a collaborative partnership with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, and University of Delaware using 21st-century science and technology in a quest to find and repatriate Americans missing in action (…
 
On episode #12, I have the pleasure of talking with long time central Oregonian and founder of Street Dog Hero Marianne Cox. Marianne shares her experience growing up in a military family, moving to Central Oregon with her husband to open JC’s Bar and Grill and starting a nonprofit which has grown into more than a full-time job. Street Dog Hero, an…
 
On episode #11, I sit down with longtime Central Oregonian athlete and entertainer JD Platt. JD shares stories from the many different chapters in his life that have shaped him into who he is today. We discuss his past and present personal and professional pursuits. JD shares his thoughts on his experience with the early days of professional snowbo…
 
On episode #10, my old friend Dave Beach, owner and operator of Backporch Coffee Roasters takes a moment to sit down and discuss all things coffee. We discuss the origin of Backporch Coffee Roasters. The relationships he’s formed with coffee farmers from all over the world and the importance of direct trade. Dave shares his insights on leadership a…
 
On episode #9, I have to privilege of sitting down with Jonas Tarlen, co-owner and operator of Three Sisters Backcountry. We take a moment during the annual wood cut to chat about a variety of topics, most of which involve being in the mountains. If you plan on venturing into the wilderness this winter, this episode is for you. Stay tuned after the…
 
After six years of working as a trauma therapist for the Department of Veterans Affairs, Alison Perry envisioned a working ranch where veterans could begin the journey of post traumatic recovery in a new way. As an alternative to the medical model and psychiatric ward she had been working in, Alison and her advisory board outlined what has turned i…
 
Twenty-four years ago, passionate members of the central Oregon ski community came together to provide on snow opportunities to members of the community with disabilities. Today, Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) is a premiere adaptive sports foundation in the Pacific Northwest providing a range of year-round programs. Oregon Adaptive Sports envisions a…
 
The Circling Podcast: A Central Oregon focused podcast designed to redefine what it means to be a community. How to invest in each other and the place that we live. Let’s encourage each other in the basics, like kindness, respect, gratitude, patience. Let’s learn about individuals, local businesses, and nonprofits that invest in our community. Let’…
 
The Circling Podcast: A Central Oregon focused podcast designed to redefine what it means to be a community. How to invest in each other and the place that we live. Let’s encourage each other in the basics, like kindness, respect, gratitude, patience. Let’s learn about individuals, local businesses, and nonprofits that invest in our community. Let’…
 
Episode Guests: Kate Fitzpatrick: Kate took over as Executive Director of the Deschutes River Conservancy in 2021. Kate and her team at the DRC are dedicated to restoring streamflow and improving water quality in the Deschutes River Basin. Ryan Richard: Idaho native, Stunt double for Jason Momoa (Auqa Man) and our resident Bend whitewater park wave…
 
Guests: Polly Cohen: Raised on the Oregon Coast, Polly, who is described by her peers as one of the most passionate, educated and loving executive directors of all time, is leading her team to new heights and offering equine therapy services to more Central Oregonians. Equine Therapy is a proven treatment option for a number of physical and mental …
 
Episode Guests: Jeff Mollencop: Long time Central Oregonian, turned Oregon coast surf shop owner who is helping shape the culture of Pacific City Oregon. Being adjacent to Cape Kiwanda State Park and one of the closest coastal communities to Central Oregon, Pacific City is a common escape for Central Oregonians who enjoy surf, sand, and sometimes s…
 
Episode Guests: Dan McGarigle: Overall great guy, loved and respected by his peers and colleagues, and oh yea just happens to own Pine Mountain Sports, a local favorite outdoor retail store, voted best outdoor store for mountain bikes and touring skis in Central Oregon. Emmy Andrews: A lover of burritos. Tai chi and yoga are almost as important to …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login