For the past 12 years, Daniel Suelo has lived solely off the land. He forages for onions and dumpster dives for food. He won’t accept payment for any work he performs and lives in a cave in Moab. This austere lifestyle is intentional, his – as he describes it – “therapeutic relief absent in commercial civilization.” Mark Sundeen wrote about Daniel’s money-free journey and on Monday, we’ll hear excerpts from a conversation with the two at the Utah Humanities Book Festival.
Daniel Suelo and Mark Sundeen speak with KCPW’s Jennifer Napier-Pearce on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 3 p.m. at the Salt Lake City Main Library, 210 E. 400 South, Salt Lake City.
Click above for the full conversation.
In Sunday’s edition, the Salt Lake Tribune continues its coverage of the climate-aided spread of beetles into new territories in Canada and the consequences for forests. On Monday, Trib reporter Brandon Loomis joins us to talk about bark beetles, their slowdown in Utah and water worries in Salt Lake City.
- Brandon Loomis, Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake Tribune coverage of bark beetles
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