About The NEC
of the relations between people and the biosphere and to conserve, protect,
and celebrate terrestrial, aquatic, and marine ecosystems
of northern California and southern Oregon.
Larry Glass - President, Representative for Safe Alternatives For Our Forest Environment
Dan Sealy - Vice-President, At-Large
Jennifer Kalt - Secretary, Representative for Humboldt Baykeeper
Chris Beresford - Treasurer, At-Large
Bob Morris - Trinity County Representative, At-Large
Richard Kreis - Representative for Sierra Club North Group, Redwood Chapter
CJ Ralph - Representative for Redwood Region Audubon Society
Scott Greacen - Representative for Friends of the Eel River
Gary Falxa - Representative for California Native Plant Society
Keytra Meyer - At-Large
Dan Ehresman - Executive Director - email@example.com
Jennifer Savage - Coastal Programs Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
Morgan Corviday - EcoNews Editor - email@example.com
Justin Zakoren - Education Specialist - firstname.lastname@example.org
Madison Peters - Coastal Programs Assistant - email@example.com
Cherry Sirpan - Office Assistant - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney Stewart - Membership Associate - email@example.com
Reporting on Environmental News since 1971
One of the longest running bioregional environmental papers in the country, EcoNews is 43 this year! Printed bi-monthly, EcoNews is distributed locally, mailed nationally to our members, and full editions are available for viewing online. EcoNews features articles on topics affecting the Northern California/Oregon bioregion, and important national and international environmental news and legislation.
Morgan Corviday Hollis
Every Thursday at 1:30pm on KHSU, 90.5 FM
The EcoNews Report is a weekly radio broadcast produced by the NEC and aired by KHSU-FM, our local public radio station located on the Humboldt State University campus. The show airs on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. PST, and streams online at khsu.org. The program, which includes environmental news, commentary, and live and taped interviews with journalists, writers, scientists, legislators, and others engaged in areas of environmental interest, is the station’s longest running public affairs program. The most recently archived two shows can be downloaded from the KHSU website. Past shows can also be streamed and downloaded from the NEC's EcoNews Report Archive.
NEC Fiscally-Sponsored Programs
Humboldt Baykeeper, formerly a program of the Ecological Rights Foundation, was launched in October 2004 to safeguard our coastal resources for the health, enjoyment, and economic strength of the Humboldt Bay community through education, scientific research, and enforcement of laws to fight pollution. We are proud to have Humboldt Baykeeper under our umbrella.
Healthy Humboldt is a coalition of public interest organizations working for a County General Plan that provides healthy transportation and housing choices while protecting resource lands and watersheds by focusing future growth in existing communities.
Green Wheels works for a healthier community, economy and environment, advocating for balanced and sustainable transportation on the North Coast.
Green Wheels supports developing transit as a viable alternative to driving for working families, land use planning to make sustainable transportation more cost and time-effective, and bike and pedestrian infrastructure that everyone feels safe using including a Humboldt Bay Trail between Eureka and Arcata.