Granges have historically been a great support for farmers and agricultural areas, and have extended into other aspects of the community as well. The National Grange Master’s baseless litigation efforts certainly goes against the grain, so to speak. This week, I talk with Jay Hearnley, President of
Sacramento Community Grange #843 about state granges and the organization that exists to support them.
And, we visit Redwood National Park.
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Attention trivia buffs! This week, I talk with Matt Russell of
Questionable Trivia about trivia nights – participating, hosting and writing the questions.
And, we visit Ice Age National Scenic Trail in Wisconsin.
This week, I talk with someone who is actually helping veterans – Wind Walker, Chairman of the Board & CEO of
Forgotten Warrior; Veterans Helping Veterans – who doesn’t pull his punches.
And, we visit the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area in Georgia.
What was it like to a deck hand on packet ship during the 1880s? John Wood experienced a taste during a volunteer gig on the Hawaiian Chieftain.
Also, we visit Tuskegee Airmen National Site in Alabama.