Paradise Royale Trail Work Day
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014
This morning I spoke with Tim Daniels of the Redwood Coast Mountain Bike Association about the upcoming work day for the Paradise Royale Trail September 27th. In addition to doing good, all workers will be entered into a raffle to win gift certificates from Revolution Bicycle Repair, Adventures Edge and Underground Bicycle Repair.
Live at KHUM / Friday, Sept. 5, 2014
Thanks, Bay Area, for sending us your finest unsung heroes in one tidy package.
Bag Ban Might Actually Happen
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014
Surfrider's legal director Angela Howe discusses how, seemingly suddenly, California is on the cusp of landmark antiwaste legislation.
Sustainability at HSU
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014
Cliff and Emily talk with TC Comet of the HSU Sustainability Office about a couple of innovative programs they have implemented. Zipcar is a short-term car rental program. Zimride, now in it's second year of existence is a student ridesharing program where students can post their availability with a car or desire for a ride.
Funding Funding Funding! Plus Maureen McGarry and RSVP
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014
Emily and I talk about the transportation funding that was just announced to go to the Humboldt Bay Trail, Eureka Waterfront Trail and others including additional funding for more safe routes to school projects. Also Maureen McGarry talks about the R.S.V.P. program, volunteering and trail steward opportunities.
Bay Trail Funding TOMORROW???
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014
Cliff and Emily talk with Karen Diemer about the fact that the California Transportation Commission staff has made the recommendation that funding for the northern portion of the Bay Trail be funded from the Arcata Skate Park all the way to Bracut Center. The vote will take place tomorrow. If this goes through, it bodes well for future funding for the entire project.
Turns Out We Were Wrong About Stormwater
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014
Justin Boyes and Jessica Hall explain why keeping rainwater runoff close to where it fell is a win/win for builders and bees.
Arcata Ridge Trail Plus
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014
Emly and Cliff talk with Mark Andre about the Arcata Ridge trail, and the fact that it is close to completion. We explore what is left and the long journey and the process it took to get there. This trail was done mostly with support from community efforts and not public funding.
Throw Some Statues In The Ocean And See What Happens
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014
Marcy Cravat, director of Angel Azul, joined Jen & Mike to talk about her stunning documentary.
Baykeeper's Bay Explorations
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014
Cliff and Emily talk with Jasmin Sequra about "Baykeeper's Bay Explorations" exploring Humboldt Bay on boats, kayaks and from trails. More info at humboldtbaykeeper.org
SD Coast Rail Trail & Red Shoulders
Happy Trails / Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Cliff and Emily talk with Chris Carterette of the San Diego Association of Governments about the Coast Rail Trail, funding and other projects in their community. Carterette also used to be the City Planner for Fort Bragg and compares trails work in Northern vs Southern California. We also discuss the current repaving project on the Safety Corridor between Eureka and Arcata in which the shoulders are being laid down with a brick red pigmentation.
Trails In Trinidad
Happy Trails / Tuesday, July 15, 2014
This morning Emily and I spoke with Don Allan of the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust about trails in the Trinidad area, the Little River Trail and where we stand with this uncontested project.
Free Boat Rides, Because the NEC Is Buying
Coastal Currents / Friday, July 11, 2014
Jasmin Segura of the NEC/Baykeeper wants to get you on a motorboat or kayak or whatever. Who cares. It's free! Guest host Dan Ehresman presides.
Lemon Lemon Cherry
Live at KHUM / Friday, July 11, 2014
Chris and Anwyn of Lemon Lemon Cherry make good on their threat to play trad-jazz on the air.
A Talk With Aaron Antrim
Happy Trails / Tuesday, July 1, 2014
This morning Emily and I spoke with Aaron Antrim of Trillium Solutions. Aaron used to live in Humboldt County, attended HSU and helped found Greenwheels. Aaron was instrumental in creating the JackPass program which allows HSU students to travel on HTA buses for free (paid for through a portion of student fees). Now Aaron runs Trillium Transit Solutions which works with transit agencies across the country and the world to make public transportation more efficient and easier for all people to use in both rural and urban areas.