Eureka Bike Kitchen
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015
This morning Emily and I were live at Wildberries Marketplace in Arcata. And we talked on the phone with Jess and Francis from the Community Bike Kitchen in Eureka at the old Jefferson School on B Street.
Coastal Currents: Pulp Mill Cleanup
Coastal Currents / Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015
Delia and Larry talk with Mike Wilson from the Harbor Commission about quick action that led to the cleanup of the old pulp mill site, averting a potentially serious situation.
Sunset Circle Multipurpose Trail
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with Eric Weir, Public Works Director, and Kymmie Scott, City Clerk and PIO, of Crescent City, about Sunset Circle multipurpose trail and Beachfront Park master planning, and the Crescent City Dog Park among other things.
Arcata Rail Trail
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015
This morning Emily and I talk about the opening of the Arcata Rail Trail today. This is the urban part of what will be the Bay Trail from Arcata to Eureka.
Coastal Currents: Tsunami Debris And Surfing Contests
Coastal Currents / Monday, Nov. 16, 2015
Delia and Larry talk with Madison from NEC about beach cleanups focusing on identifying tsunami debris and with Kelsey from The Shop about an upcoming surf competition.
Ukiah Rail Trail Phase 1
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with Ben Kageyama, Senior Civil Engineer for the City of Ukiah. Phase one of the NWP Rail Trail will be complete this week and they just got approval for phase 2.
Coastal Currents: Sea Scouts
Coastal Currents / Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015
Delia and Larry chat with Skipper Eric Hall and learn about the Sea Scouts, a program that helps older kids learn about our bay and ocean. For some reason, they also chat about the Mr. Humboldt pageant.
Emily & Emily
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with Emily Afriat-Hyman, Eel River Estuary Preserve Manager working with the Wildlands Conservancy.
Coastal Currents: Tsunami Boat
Coastal Currents / Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015
Delia and Larry chat with HSU Professor Emeritus Lori Dengler regarding her new book that tells the story of a boat that washed up in Crescent City after having made a post-tsunami trek across the Pacific Ocean
Active Transportation Grants Awarded in District 1
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with Katie Everett, Caltrans Local Assistance, about Active Transportation Program grants awarded in District 1.
Mendocino Shady Dell Trail
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with Louisa Morris, Mendocino Land Trust about the Shady Dell Trail project on the northern Mendocino Coast, part of the California Coastal Trail (CCT), and progress on the CCT webapp that the Mendocino Land Trust is developing with the State Coastal Conservancy.
Marcella Clem & Active Transportation Projects
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with Marcella Clem, the Executive Director of Humboldt County Association of Governments and the recent Active Transportation Funding recommendations for our region.
Coastal Currents: Otters (And Also Otters)
Coastal Currents / Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015
Delia and Larry chat with Steve Shimek, Chief Executive of The Otter Project regarding, well, otters.
Arcata Dog Park
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with Pamela Brown about the Arcata Dog Park. At this point a parcel has been identified and they are hoping to have control of it by 2016. At that point fundraising can begin and if all goes according to plan, Acata will join Eureka and Fortuna as cities in Humboldt County that have official dog parks.
The Great Shasta Rail Trail
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015
This morning Emily and I spoke with April Gray, President of the Great Shasta Rail Trail Association and Ben Miles, Board member and Treasurer of said organization. This is a rails to trails project that has been in the works for the past 10 years between the towns of McCloud and Burney. This is a 50+ mile span. Just recently about 35 miles of this rail trail has opened to the public.