North Fork Works with Hazel Kahan broadcasts on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m.

North Fork Works grew out of an endless curiosity about my neighbors out here on the North Fork of the East End of Long Island: I wanted to know who they are and how they work. Now in its eighth year, North Fork Works has carried wonderful conversations about their work with bird, bee and tomato farmers, owners of a therapy dog, musicians, a carpenter, a mayor, a chimney sweep/educator, a sailor, a car mechanic/poet, authors, restaurant owners, a historian, and a maker of musical instruments, labor and environmental activists. They talk about what they do and what living out here in this beautiful place means to them. The North Fork really Works!

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Hazel Kahan
Hazel KahanWPKN Board of Directors News Director
I live in the woods of the North Fork of Long Island where I find the leaves for my leafages, write my memoir and interview people from all over the world for “Tidings from Hazel Kahan” and also for “North Fork Works,” a decidedly local new show in which my neighbors talk about the multiple things they do and how they feel about our beautiful neck of the woods. At the moment, as News Director, I’m a member of the WPKN Board of Directors. Learn more at my website.