Hank Seeman & The McKay Tract
Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 30
Cliff and Emily talk with Hank Seeman of Humboldt County Public Works about the proposed McKay Tract Community Forest and the public workshop tonight at Winship Middle School from 6-8pm.
Humboldt Bay Outrigger Club
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, April 24
Luke Besmer and Neil Kalson of the fledgling Humboldt Bay Outrigger Club discuss the history of Polynesian travel and the club's boat.
Transportation Choices Summit
Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 23
Cliff talks with Emily Sinkhorn live in Sacramento who is there to attend the Transportation Choices Summit. Emily also took a tour of area trails and potentially new funding sources for bike/ped projects here Humboldt County are also discussed.
Bay Trail Advocates
Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 16
Cliff and Emily talk with Rees Hughes and Dennis Rael of the Bay Trail Advocates about where things stand now with the Bay Trail. Progress with the NCRA at the November meeting is detailed, along with the pending funding challenges to getting this trail built. Various idea are floated. Ongoing tail stewart programs are also discussed and how that model will play a roll in the Bay Trail.
RampArt Skatepark and Much More
Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 9
Cliff and Emily talk with Robert Johnson, Program Director of the RampArt Skatepark in Arcata about activities for BMX cyclists and skateboarders. Also discussed was progress on the Annie and Mary Rail Trail and tomorrow's meeting of the N.C.R.A. on that topic. Progress on Arcata's portion of the Bay Trail is talked about along with Baykeeper's efforts move the May San Rafael meeting of Caltrans with the Coastal Commission regarding the Safety Corridor to Eureka in the Fall.
Happy Trails / Tuesday, April 2
Cliff and Emily talk with Alex Cousins, District Manager of the Trinity County Resources Conservation District about the extensive trail system in Weaverville and surrounding areas. Also Emily updates us on CalTrans plans for the 101 Safety Corridor and Baykeeper's request to move the metting to Humboldt County.
How Much Is Too Much Poison?
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, March 27
Patty Clary of Californians For Alternative To Toxics reminds us that, in this time of gardening, try not to spray your children with Round Up.
Redding Bikeway Action Plan
Happy Trails / Tuesday, March 26
Cliff and Emily talk with Sara Sundquist and Amy Pendergast of Shasta County Public Health about Healthy Shasta, Redding Bikeway Action Plan, a recent trail user survey that received input from over 800 trail users.
Proposed New California Bike/Ped Laws
Happy Trails / Tuesday, March 19
Cliff and Emily talk about proposed state bills to help protect non-motorized users of the road. These laws include changes to the state's written drivers test and safe passing laws.
Dock Of The Bay
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, March 13
The Harbor District's Dan Berman discusses those massive cement cubes that litter the bay and ocean shore.
Bike & Pedestrian Safety
Happy Trails / Tuesday, March 12
In aftermath of a rash of bike & pedestrian vs motor vehicle fatalities and injuries in the past few weeks, Cliff and Emily talk with Patti Horsley of the California Convergence about ways to make our area safer.
Ukiah Rail With Trail
Happy Trails / Tuesday, March 5
Cliff and Emily talk with Ben Kageyama, Senior Civil Engineer for the City of Ukiah Public Works. The city is on the verge of putting in this trail through the Heart of Ukiah. The process of how this came to be is discussed.
Deke Dickerson 2-26-13
Live at KHUM / Friday, March 1
Rockabilly superstar Deke Dickerson stopped by KHUM on Feb. 26th and left a sea of dropped jaws and melted faces in his wake. WE WANT OUR FACED BACK, DEKE DICKERSON. ASAP.
The Ferndale Report / Friday, March 1
Continued coverage of the goings on regarding the Humboldt County Fair Board, including the possible establishment of a "press section" to keep unruly photographers in check; possibly relatedly, subpoenas were served on several Board members regarding exactly what, we don't know; Ferndale's Planning Commission dealt with difficult issues regarding...um...snooze, snooze, whatever. Lots of people ate beef at something or other. Lots going on in the Cream City.
Fortuna Creeks Project
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Feb. 27
A visit from local high schoolers proves inspiring.