Society & Culture
Weld Found is a podcast produced through the Weld Community Foundation about belonging in an age of social isolation and disconnection. What does it look like to recover this lost art of community?
This last episode of season 4 has two features. First, we hear a David & Goliath story: Danny, a 74-year-old man in his wheel chair versus an uncrossable intersection of highway.
Then, we close things by how we started, with a segment that has spanned season 4 called a tale of two houses. This story that came about as host Tim Coons noticed something very interesting about his neighbors.
This show is made possible by the Weld Community Foundation.
For more on how to spread the good for Weld County, head to weldcommunityfoundation.org.
Changing the Course of a River (episode 3)
Thresholds (episode 2)
At the River’s Edge (episode 1)
Returning Home (Live from Do Tell)
The Community Comes to the Rescue (Season 4, episode 3)
We Workout and Go to Therapy (Season 4, episode 2)
We Go Outside, Get a Haircut, and Hear a Song (Season 4, episode 1)
Must Be Santa
The Longest Night
Thankful for a Free Land
Spirits of Downtown Greeley
We Are Here PART 3: Your Every Word
We Are Here PART 2: Breaking Bread
We Are Here PART 1: Good Paths and Not Choosing Fear
Community in the Time of COVID-19
Covid-19 and Weld County
The 80s and 90s Uncensored
Paranormal Experience with Melissa and Mandi
Stuff You Should Know
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