Radio Show with KMSU

We drove South and West through the confusing maze of highways out of the twin cities, down through St. Peter, and into Mankato, a college town home to Minnesota State University.


The glass at KMSU in Mankato, MN (Photo S. Yao)

We met Katie, of the St. Peter Co-Op and Gully radio host for KMSU, the station affiliated with the university- as the acronym suggests.


Gully. (Photo S. Yao)

We made the trip to help promote a screening on Tuesday July 31st in St. Peter. It's free because it is sponsored by the St. Peter Co-op and the Nicollet County Historical Society. The conversation with Gully and Katie was great.

Graham talks about the food movement. (Photo S. Yao)

Gully asked a lot of good questions, and we talked a lot about how the documentary got made. You can check out some of the conversation here:


Hopefully we'll help get a lot of people from the 2,500 member St. Peter Co-Op out in a couple weeks. The free food beforehand may help, too :)

Katie Boone of St. Peter's Food Co-Op and Graham talk w/ Gully (Photo S. Yao)

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