Trails Summit June 4th

Happy Trails / Yesterday

This morning Emily and I spoke with Natalie Arroyo, representing the Humboldt Trails Council and Hank Seemann, Deputy Director, Humboldt County Public Works about the upcoming Trails Summit. It will take place at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka on June 4th.

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Trinidad Coastal Land Trust

Coastal Currents / Thursday, May 19

Larry and Delia chat with Don Allan, Senior Project Manager for Redwood Community Action Agency and board member for the Trinidad Land Trust


Meet The Co-Hosts

Happy Trails / Tuesday, May 17

As we approach the beginning of our 10th year of Happy Trails we are moving into a new era. In addition to Emily Sinkhorn, we are joined by 3 more co-hosts, Jessica Hall, Michael Kauffman, and Scott Machen. Each new host brings their area of expertise to the table each week on KHUM's trail advocacy show.

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No Pardon EP Release

Live at KHUM / Tuesday, May 10

No Pardon (Chris Parreira, Amber Grimes, and Rosalind Parducci) came in to play some tunes to build anticipation for their EP Release Party tomorrow with La Musique Diabolique at Sirens Song Tavern in Eureka at 8:30 PM!

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Annie & Mary Progress

Happy Trails / Tuesday, May 10

This morning Emily and I spoke with Mike Foget, an engineer with SHN about progress on the Annie and Mary Rail Trail. This is a project that thus far has been 20 years in the making. Back in 2008, the North Coast Railroad Authority agreed in principle to the utilization of the corridor to create a multi use trail between Blue Lake and Arcata. The first phase will be in the city of Blue Lake itself. The next step will include funding for this phase and preliminary work on the next phase, Blue Lake to Glendale.

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Bike Month

Happy Trails / Tuesday, May 3

May is Bike Month, so this morning Emily and I talked with Mark Mueller and Justin Fricker about man of the events going on. There are regular Bike Kitchen and Rodeos, along with Bike to Work Day, the Humboldt Bike Challenge, part of the National Bike Challenge, Wheel In Wednesdays and so much more. More info at HumBike.org.

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That Dog Was A Band Now

Live at KHUM / Friday, April 29

That Dog Was A Band Now traveled in from Blue Lake to play a few songs and talk about their show tomorrow at The World Famous Logger Bar. They're opening for another band that they are in, Flock of Foreigners. It's Flock of Foreigners two year reunion show. Come out to the show, enjoy yourself, and give them a donation so they can record their EP! Also, check out their thesis project May 12-14 and 18-20 at Dell'Arte.

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Officer Terry Liles

Not For Kids Only / Thursday, April 28

Eureka Police Department Officer Terry Liles talks about child welfare checks .

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Whales

Coastal Currents / Tuesday, April 26

Delia and Larry speak with HSU Professor P. Dawn Goley about the whales that annually visit Humboldt's waters.

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Freshwater Nature Trail Grand Opening This Sunday

Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 26

This morning Emily and I spoke with Kerry McNamee, Project Manager with the North Coast Regional Land Trust. This Sunday from 1pm to 5pm will be the Grand Opening of the Freshwater Nature Trail. Kerry explained that this is a project that was 10 years in the making, but real work on the trail began about a year ago. This trail includes a non-motorized boat launching facility and beautiful views along the path.

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Biking & Exercise in the 65+ Population

Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 19

This morning Emily and I had Justus Ortega and Daniel Aslan in the KHUM studio us to talk about a studio they are doing at HSU about Biking & Exercise in the 65+ Population. The study deals with mussel efficiency. An earlier study showed that while muscle efficiency declines in the older population, it remains comparable to the younger population when running is the exercise. A new study is now looking at biking and strenuous exercise with devices such as elliptical machines. Anyone 65 and older, in good health who would like to participate in the study should contact Daniel Aslan at dha11@humboldt.edu.

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John Berning Back In Town

Live at KHUM / Friday, April 15

This morning, longtime friend of KHUM, John Berning stopped by the KHUM studio. John is in town visiting family and to play a set tomorrow night (Saturday) from 7 till 9pm at Old Town Coffee and Chocolates. We reminisce about the old days of KHUM's Gasoline Protests and the songs he wrote and performed. In fact, he even performed a couple of them live on this morning.

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SnubbyJ plays the RimbaTubes

Live at KHUM / Friday, April 15

SnubbyJ aka Kent Jenkins plays a few tunes on the RimbaTubes. Songs: Zauberei (Original), Classical Medley, Bohemian Rhapsody

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The No Good Redwood Ramblers

Live at KHUM / Friday, April 15

After serenading us outside The No Good Redwood Ramblers came inside and played some tunes. It was fun. They had a show that night at Humbrews tonight with No Pardon.

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National Safe Routes To School Conference

Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 12

This morning I spoke with Emily Sinkhorn who was on the road in Wyoming. She had just attended the National Safe Routes To School Conference in Columbus Ohio. The event was well attended and she shared some new ideas from other towns and that attended. She also talked about the trail system in central Ohio (mostly rails to trails and over 265 miles of trail between Cincinnati and Cleveland - the Ohio Erie Trail.

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