The EcoNews Report is the longest-running public affairs radio show on the North Coast, broadcast on KHSU on the Humboldt State University campus, airing Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.
You can find KHSU on these frequencies:
90.5 FM Arcata-Eureka
91.9 FM Crescent City-Brookings
89.1 FM Ferndale-Fortuna
89.7 FM Garberville
99.7 FM Willow Creek
Please note: This page is no longer being updated due to staff time limitations.
The EcoNews Report Archive:
June 15, 2017 - Jennifer Kalt talks with Dr. Laurie Richmond, who is leading a team of researchers at Humboldt State University to work directly with representatives from the fishing communities of Eureka and Shelter Cove to assess needs and develop a list of recommendations to improve the sustainability of these ports. The Community Sustainability Plan will help the fishing community identify, communicate, and attain their goals for a stronger and more resilient future.
June 8, 2017 - Tom Wheeler talks to Rick Tolley about a benefit art show upstairs at Umpqua Bank in Arcata that includes work from Karuk youth paintouts, art safaris, and Orleans elementary schoolkids. The artwork benefits the Mid Klamath Watershed Council. Also, Rob Diperna with EPIC talks about the Paris Accord, and potential strategies to sidestep America's withdrawal from it.
June 1, 2017 - Scott Greacen and Alicia Hamann discuss the State of Salmonids Report just published by California Trout and UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences and the opportunity to get the Eel River dams decommissioned and removed.
May 18, 2017 - Tom Wheeler is joined by Humboldt state professor and writer Cutcha Risling-Baldy, Regina Chichizola of Save the Klamath-Trinity Salmon, and Dave Bitts of The Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Association to discuss all things salmon.
January 26, 2017 - Rebroadcast of the February 26, 2015 EcoNews Report featuring Jennifer Kalt, Director of Humboldt Baykeeper, interviewing nuclear whistleblower Rob Rowen about his experiences and new book.
January 5, 2017 - Scott Greacen, Director of Friends of the Eel River, interviews Craig Tucker, Natural Resource Policy Advocate for the Karuk Tribe, about the Klamath Dam removal process and dam removal in the west.
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