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Spring is on the way! The Aspen Public Radio team is looking forward to warmer temperatures, sunshine, and wildflowers as we wrap up the winter season in the valley.

We’re ready for warmer temperatures and plenty of sunshine…to keep us going as we produce our annual Spring Membership Drive, March 7-11, 2022. Please help us reach our goal of $45,000 this March by making your contribution today.

It’s almost spring! We’re ready for warmer temperatures and plenty of sunshine…to keep us going as we produce our annual Spring Membership Drive, March 7-11, 2022.

We know you rely on our trusted reporting, especially after everything that’s happened over these past two historic years—from election updates, to wildfire information, to pandemic impacts, to coverage of local issues and events right here in the Roaring Fork Valley.

You can count on Aspen Public Radio to be here for you. 

And we count on our listeners to support this service.

Please help us reach our goal of $45,000 this March by making your contribution today.

When you do, you’ll be entered into tons of local drawings and giveaway opportunities, including:

  • Monday: Tickets to concerts at the BellyUp
  • Tuesday: Skincare packages from local businesses Osmia Organics and True Nature Healing Arts
  • Thursday: NOAA weather radios and gift certificates to Cripple Creek Backcountry
  • Friday: Season passes to Theatre Aspen and a gift certificate to Sam’s Restaurant

Plus, a special opportunity to have your gift MATCHED on Wednesday.

And, our monthly Evergreen members will receive a complimentary pair of tickets to an Aspen Music Festival and School concert this summer, and will also be entered into our month-long giveaway for a half-day guided fly fishing package from Aspen Outfitting Company.

That’s a lot of amazing reasons to support the Aspen Public Radio team—including our five full-time, professional, experienced broadcast journalists:

  • Morning anchor and feature reporter Eleanor Bennett, an award-winning journalist who grew up in the valley
  • Afternoon anchor and news director Brent Gardner-Smith, with decades of local reporting experience and a master’s degree in journalism
  • Reporter Halle Zander, who covers Pitkin County and local schools, and has extensive experience helping young people get on the radio
  • New reporter Caroline Llanes, covering the City of Aspen beat, with public-radio experience working at WBUR in Boston and at Michigan Public Radio
  • And Edlis Neeson Arts & Culture reporter Dominic Anthony Walsh, who got his start working at Texas Public Radio in San Antonio

We know you expect quality journalism from Aspen Public Radio. Your support helps us pay these great journalists to live and work in our community.

So make your gift today, whether you’re a new Evergreen member who wants to set up your automatic, $10 a month contribution…or you’d like to make your one-time gift. You will make an impact when you support our local service for the valley.

Thank you!

Throughout the Aspen Public Radio pledge drives/campaigns and at other times during the year, Aspen Public Radio may hold giveaways and opportunities. Visit here for a full list of rules.