Nick and Luke

Live at KHUM / Wednesday, March 8

Siren's Song tonight has a cool duo coming through. Nick and Luke are playing with locals No Pardon around 8:30PM. They came by the KHUM studios to give us a taste of what to expect.

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Paper Wings Scratchin' It Up

Live at KHUM / Tuesday, March 7

Darren Weiss had an amazing duo called The Paper Wings on Chicken Scratch last night. Check out the performance and don't forget to head to the Sanctuary in Arcata at 7PM tonight (bring a dish, it's a potluck)!

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March 1 Episode

Coastal Currents / Tuesday, March 7

Delia and Larry speak with Trey Heighton regarding the Save The Waves Film Festival and other topics.

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February 22 Episode

Coastal Currents / Tuesday, March 7

Delia and Larry speak with Josh Koepke, Restoration Ecologist at Samara Restoration and the creation and maintenance of ocean-friendly gardens.

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February 15 Episode

Coastal Currents / Tuesday, March 7

Delia and Larry speak with Stephen Kullmann about his plans as the newly appointed Division 3 Harbor Commissioner.

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February 8 Episode

Coastal Currents / Tuesday, March 7

Delia and Larry speak with Michael Kew, author of the travel book "Crossings," about his adventures at surf spots around the world.

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Exciting Trail Updates

Happy Trails / Tuesday, March 7

This morning Emily and I go over exciting progress of trail projects in Humboldt County. First the Eureka Waterfront Trail continues to move along quickly. In fact it is expected to be complete by this Fall! To that end, work to connect G to J Street's though Waterfront drive is moving forward. We also looked at progress on The Bay Trail with Arcata beginning work on the northern end of this trail that will connect Arcata and Eureka. We also touched on the upcoming Trails Summit June 3rd.

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February 1 Episode

Coastal Currents / Monday, March 6

Delia and Larry talk with Eve Robinson, North Coast Science Integration Fellow at the HSU Marine Lab regarding MPA research.

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January 25 Episode

Coastal Currents / Monday, March 6

Delia and Larry talk with David Helvarg, Executive Director of Blue Frontier regarding "The Golden Shore," a book Helvarg wrote about California's history with the sea.

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January 18 Episode

Coastal Currents / Monday, March 6

Delia and Larry speak with Kim McFarland, the new Executive Director of Friends Of The Dunes regarding her plans for the organization in her new position.

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Object Heavy's exciting news

Live at KHUM / Saturday, March 4

Object Heavy (aka Humboldt funk collective) came in to talk about the addition of Johnny Woods (The Velvet Touch) as the lead singer. They also played some tunes to get you excited for their show with Absynth Quartet at Humbrews.

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Hannah Mayree and Jett Hagerty

Live at KHUM / Friday, March 3

Sacramento bad ass Hannah Mayree and HSU student extraordinaire Jett Hagerty came in to play some tunes. We had a jolly good time. Check it out :)

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Redwood EdVentures & Quests

Happy Trails / Tuesday, Feb. 28

This morning Carol Vander Meer and I spoke with Beth Chaton, Program Coordinator at Humboldt Office of Education about Redwood EdVentures. This is a set of wonderful outdoor activities for you and your kids. These quest take place all over our region such as the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Shelter Cove, Jedediah Redwoods State Park. Over 20 Quest in all. Kids also get badges for each completed quest!

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How Trail Creation Supports Local Business

Happy Trails / Tuesday, Feb. 21

This morning Michael Kauffmann and I spoke with Jennifer Johnson, owner of Adventure's Edge. We looked at trail development over the years in Humboldt county and how trail creation supports local business and how local businesses such as Adventure's Edge support our trails.

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Chere Edgar on Bike Commuting

Happy Trails / Tuesday, Feb. 14

This morning Jessica Hall and I spoke with Dr. Shere Edgar recent convert to bike commuting. For about 2 years she has be commuting about 7 miles each way to work, partly on the Hammond Trail. In that time her energy has increased, stress has lowered and has lost about 80 pounds. WIth trail development increasing here in Humboldt County, bike commuting will become more and more common.

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