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Timely interviews on environmental issues that matter most on the North Coast and our bioregion, along with news and information on upcoming meetings, hikes and events. Presented by the Northcoast Environmental Center, publisher of our bioregion's environmental newspaper, EcoNews. The EcoNews Report features a rotating cast of representatives from our member groups.
 
What if you could get a 'greatest hits' version of college lectures? My Favorite Lecture features remarkable talks from Humboldt State University educators, delivered before a live audience in Arcata, California. My Favorite Lecture is a collaboration between Humboldt State University, KHSU, and Arcata Main Street. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/my-favorite-lecture-from-khsu/id1157650504
 
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My guests are Joe Tyburczy and Aldaron Laird, coordinators of the Humboldt Bay Symposium , which will be held on April 11 and 12 at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka. The symposium will feature sessions on sea level rise, ecological restoration, ocean science, and economic development in and around Humboldt Bay. The symposium will provide the publi…
 
The Big Time provides an opportunity to share California Indian traditions, cultures, and history with HSU students, staff and faculty, as well as the community at large. This year, the event coincides with the 50th anniversary of the The Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP). KHSU's Megan Martin spoke with students and staff from I…
 
My guest is Jasmin Segura, Baykeeper’s Bay Tours Coordinator since 2014, discussing the upcoming tour season, which will begin with an Earth Day paddle and cleanup on Indian Island with the Wiyot Tribe and Coast Seafoods Company. Most of our Humboldt Bay tours are private charter tours aboard the Madaket, and are coordinated with various partner or…
 
Aldaron Laird has lived in Humboldt County since 1975. Graduating from Humboldt State University he went on to work on environmental conservation issues, including salmon habitat restoration, with various governmental agencies. Now he is considered one of the leading experts on sea level rise, particularly how it will affect Humboldt County's bay a…
 
HSU President Lisa Rossbacher discusses a new nationwide initiative to enhance the first year university student experience. This collaborative effort is focused on improving the quality of learning, increasing retention rates and helping students progress toward graduation.By digital@khsu.org (KHSU - Humboldt State University)
 
The HSU Pledge is a new pledge which encourages students of all standing to get involved on our campus and in our commuity. With the success and excitement born from the Graduation Pledge, the question was, "why wait?" We have seen tremendous support and enthusiasm for the Graduation Pledge at commencement ceremonies since 1987, and we hope to chan…
 
Alice DiMicele , Singer/Songwriter and acoustic guitar player with 14 self-released albums on her Alice Otter Music label, sings with compassion and great heart, playing festivals, theaters and house concerts. Alice spoke with Danielle Orr on the KHSU Magazine about her upcoming show and songwriting as well as her return to the Arcata Playhouse, wi…
 
Celebrating 50 years, Redwood Region Audubon Society is having their Annual Banquet and Auction on March 16th, 2019 at the Arcata D Street Neighborhood Center. Dr Lisa Tell presents The Ins and Outs of the UC Davis Hummingbird Health Program in her presentation. Harriet Hill joined Danielle Orr at KHSU for the KHSU Magazine to talk about the accomp…
 
44 Hours. That's how long 8-year-old Leia Carrico and her 5-year-old sister Caroline, were missing in the forests of southern Humboldt. The story of the missing sisters gripped the region, and soon spread around the country. The North Coast Journal's Thad Greenson and Jennifer Fumiko Cahill spoke with the KHSU Magazine about their cover story on th…
 
Malia Matsumoto from SCRAP Humboldt speaks about the 6th annual Rebel Craft Rumble taking place on March 30, 2019 at the Arcata Playhouse. Rebel Craft Rumble is an Iron Chef style event that emphasizes creative reuse of items that might otherwise find themselves in the traditional waste stream. It is a wild and zany event, the proceeds of which sup…
 
Another Siskiyou County dispatch. Activities at the Forks of Salmon elementary school are always bustling... this latest visit to the rural community school was no different. Teacher Jarred Lincoln and representatives from the Mid Klamath Watershed Council and the Karuk Tribe continue their collaborations, fostering a well-rounded place-based educa…
 
"The Harbor District kind of blindsided everyone on Friday afternoon, announcing a special meeting on Monday at which they were going to eneter into a lease with a Norwegian company, Nordic Aquafarms for the pulp mill site," says North Coast Journal news editor Thad Greenson in an interview with the KHSU Magazine. Greenson, with assistant editor Ki…
 
Arcata diners would be forgiven for trepidation when they saw a yellow Alcohol Beverage Control change of ownership poster up in the window of Folie Douce last month. The restaurant has been part of the high end dining scene in Arcata for more than 20 years. Fans of the artichoke cheesecake and rocquefort filet mignon need not worry, but there are …
 
Some get started for the honey - others for the pollination potential. Home beekeepers have a number of reasons for starting the hobby, but as they grow into full-fledged apiarists, they may find their interests change and deepen. Home beekeepers learn about the lives of their hives, the meditative experience of watching their bees at work and how …
 
Doctoral candidate, Annita Lucchesi joined Danielle Orr in studio for the KHSU Magazine to talk about her work locally and the Sovereign Bodies Institute. Lucchesi graduated with a BA in Geography from UC Berkeley in 2012 and received her MA in American Studies from Washington State University in 2016, bringing her to research interests in Indigeno…
 
"It was fun...it's still fun," says Libby Maynard, about how the Ink People has continued for 40 years. The arts organization supports much of the infrastructure of the local arts scene, living out it's motto, "weaving the arts into the fabric of our community." Maynard is the director and co-founder of the Ink People Center for the Arts, Eureka's …
 
Lots of fun in the KHSU studios today with a group of Career and College minded Arcata High School students Emille Perry and Ella Baur and Matthew Manus, and the Coordinator of the Career and College Center at Arcata High School , Darcy Robins and Arcata High School faculty Jennifer Corriell, who is also an Arcata Sunrise Rotary member. The Arcata …
 
My guest is Jennifer Savage, California Policy Manager for Surfrider Foundation , an international organization that is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves, and beaches through a powerful activist network. The Humboldt Surfrider Chapter is one of 20 chapters in California, where coastal access, coastal development,…
 
It has been tough to find specific answers about how the federal shutdown is affecting Humboldt and Del Norte counties, says North Coast Journal news editor Thad Greenson. "Agencies are down people and maybe having someone available to talk to the media is not the top priority or maybe they've been told not to talk to the media." What Journal repor…
 
Over half of Humboldt County employers say they've had difficulty in hiring. At the same time time, local job seekers, especially graduating college students, say they'd like to work locally but can't find quality jobs. How can both of these things be true? There is a disconnect between employers and job seekers and research into data by the Arcata…
 
The long journey to bring the play "Radioman" to the stage hits a milestone this month when it premieres at Del Arte in Blue Lake January 10th. The play is based on the poetry of Eric Hollenbeck and his experiences as a soldier in Vietnam and as a veteran trying to come to grips with his return. The North Coast Journal's Thad Greenson spoke with th…
 
Dr. Laurie Richmond of Humboldt State University led a team of researchers who interviewed commercial and charter fishermen, fishing families, deckhands, local business owners and operators, local civic leaders, and elected officials in Eureka and Shelter Cove to develop recommendations to improve the sustainability of these ports. Recommendations …
 
Julie Neandar with the City of Arcata Environmental Services Department brings two topics to today's Magazine. First she speaks briefly about Arcata's new REACH Building Code going into effect January 1, 2019. The code establishes guidelines for energy efficiency in new single-family and multi-family homes. Next she describes the work of the newly …
 
The ways that we manage (or fail to manage) our impacts on the land have left many rivers and creeks without enough water year-round to sustain fish and other wildlife. Randy Klein is a hydrologist who has studied North Coast streams for over 40 years. His research on flooding, erosion, and sediment dynamics in Redwood National Park helped identify…
 
The Trinidad Rancheria is planning a 100-room, 6-story hotel adjacent to the Cherae Heights Casino on Scenic Drive near Trinidad. My guests, Richard Johnson and Dave Hankin, are co-chairs for the Humboldt Alliance for Responsible Planning, a group recently formed to foster community involvement in proposed land developments that could have signific…
 
Today my guests are Ted Hernandez Tribal Chairman of the Wiyot Tribe; Michelle Vassel, Tribal Administrator; and Tim Nelson, Director of the Natural Resources Department. They are here to talk about the return of Indian Island to the tribe, the cleanup of the contaminated former boatyard at Tuluwat Village, and the recent revival of the tribe’s Wor…
 
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