Community Conversation, a production of WSKG Public Radio, is a live "town hall" forum exploring topics of interest and importance in our local communities. It airs bi-weekly on Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. Call or email with your questions: 1-888-359-9754 or email@example.com.
The decline of traditional media has brought up new questions about the role that the media plays in our lives. How has the rise of new media changed our society? How necessary are journalists to our way of life?
Water is one of our most vital resources, yet we often take it for granted. In the face of declining fresh water supplies, climate change, environmental threats, and a rising global population, the focus on water conservation and management will become increasingly important.
Over the past decade, demand for local foods has grown dramatically. In the Southern Tier, the number of farmers' markets and small farms is growing, and policymakers are paying more attention to the potential economic benefits of a strong local food system.