EcoNews Report Archive - 2013
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December 5 - Jessica Hall interviews Jennifer Savage of the Ocean Conservancy and Stephen Kullman, Environmental Director of the Wiyot Tribe, about Ocean Night (Dec 6).
November 7 - Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel River interviews Doreen Hansen, Watershed Coordinator for the Humboldt County Resource Conservation District, about the Salt River Project and the benefits of estuary restoration.
October 24 - Jessica Hall interviews UC Berkeley prof & Labor Occupational Health Center Director Michael Wilson about green chemistry and the state's effort to rein in runaway use of toxic chemicals.
October 10 - Dan Ehresman interviews Chris Peters, Tia Oros Peters and Louis Gordon of the Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples about Respecting the Rights of Mother Earth and Indigenous People's Day.
September 26 - Jennifer Kalt interviews Dave Feral, Director of the Mad River Alliance, and Aldaron Laird, President of the Board of the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District, about flows, fish, and other issues on the Mad River.
September 19 - Dan Ehresman interviews Jen Kalt, Policy Director for Humboldt Baykeeper, and Karen Diemer, Deputy Director of Environmental Services with the City of Arcata, about the recent decision on the 101 Corridor Project and trails in our region.
August 22 - Jen Kalt interviews Mike Wilson of the Humboldt Bay Harbor Commission about the Harbor District's recent purchase of Samoa Mill Site and future plans as aquaculture and energy research facility.
August 8 - Dan Ehresman interviews Chris West, senior wildlife biologist with the Yurok Tribe, and Mike Palermo and Tiana Williams (also wildlife biologists with the Yurok Tribe), about the Yurok condor reintroduction program.
August 1 - Gary Graham Hughes interviews Kate Ross, Patagonia Campaign Coordinator with International Rivers, about the problems with large scale hydroelectric dam projects and preventing such projects in Patagonia.
July 25 - Jennifer Kalt interviews Joseph Vaile, Executive Director of the Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center (KS-Wild), about the proposed nickel strip mines on public lands (Rough & Ready and Baldface Creeks) in southwest Oregon.
June 13 - Dan Ehresman interviews Craig Tucker, Klamath Coordinator for the Karuk Tribe, about the many of the issues currently facing the Klamath River, including suction dredging, water rights and dam removal.
May 23 - Jessica Hall of Humboldt Baykeeper interviews Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel River about the river, the North Coast Railroad Authority, and the challenges facing the watershed from railroad interests.
May 16 - Dan Ehresman interviews Mark Rockwell of the Endangered Species Coalition about the the Endangered Species Act in celebration of its 40th anniversary this year, and Endangered Species Day - Friday, May 17.
May 9 - Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel River interviews director Steve Dunsky and David Rains Wallace (author of Klamath Knot) about Green Fire - a film about Aldo Leopold and a land ethic for our time.
April 25 - Jen Kalt interviews Richard Beresford, Chris Beresford, and Rick Tolley about the California Native Plant Society's 31st annual Wildflower Show, May 3, 4 & 5 in Manila, featuring Art Night, Fri. May 3 and the Native Plant Sale, May 4 & 5, 10 am to 5 pm.
April 18 - Jessica Hall interviews David Petrie of Coos Bay Waterkeeper about the issues of industrial development & the environment from their perspective, and Wim de Vriend, author of The Job Messiahs, talking about trains and deep water port schemes.
March 21 - Jen Kalt interviews Will Harling, Director of the Mid-Klamath Watershed Council in Orleans. Will talks about prescribed burning in NW CA and the showing of the film he co-produced, "Catching Fire," on Mar. 27 at the Arcata Playhouse.
February 21 - Jen Kalt interviews Greg Suba, Conservation Director for the California Native Plant Society, about forestry issues and CalFire's environmental review of vegetation management for fire protection across 38 million acres across the state.
February 14 - Dan Ehresman interviews Mark DuPont of Sandy Bar Ranch and Klamath Knot Permaculture about permaculture and how to develop more resilient, adaptable communities in the face of climate change.
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