To Catch A Litterbug: NEC's Dan Ehresman
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012
Guest host Jennifer Savage and NEC's Dan Ehresman discuss coastal cleanup efforts, Underwater Parks day, King Tides, and when, if ever, it's appropriate to use social media for environmental purposes.
Charlie Hunter & Scott Amendola
Live at KHUM / Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012
Recorded live at Robert Goodman Wines Tasting Room in Arcata, CA Dec 11, 2012 as part of KHUM's ongoing Upstage Live q+a series.
NCRA And The Bay Trail - Meeting Tomorrow!
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012
Cliff and Emily Sinkhorn discuss tomorrow's full meeting of the NCRA (North Coast Railroad Authority) set for 10:30 AM at the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors chambers. The full NCRA board will discuss recommendations given to the board by the Eureka/Arcata rail corridor committee. At stake, potential agreement to break with Rail With Trail policy in limited and specific places such as bridges where the right of way could be shared for an agreed upon time. Trail enthusiasts are encouraged to attend.
Live at KHUM / Friday, Dec. 7, 2012
Fiddle player, singer & songwriter Sara Watkins dropped to talk about recording with a member of Led Zeppelin, her LA variety show, and a possible Nickel Creek reunion.
Looking For Tsunami Debris
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012
The movie "Ikkatsu" follows three kayakers traveling the roadless coast of the Olympic Peninsula, documenting the debris from the tsunami as it washes ashore on remote Northwest beaches. Kayaker/moviemaker Ken Cambpell talks about his journey. More info: http://khum.com/2012/dec/5/coastal-currents-tsunami-debris-exploration/
Circulation Element Update For General Plan & More
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012
Cliff and Emily talk about an ad-hock committee that dealt with the Circulation Element Update For General Plan and made recommendations to the County Board of Supervisors yesterday. The Mendocino Pacific Coast Bike Route was also discussed along with the upcoming meeting of the NCRA.
When Plants Invade
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012
Humboldt Bay has invasive plants attacking its marshes and dunes. Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge's Andrea Pickart explains why it matters while Mike learns that botany jokes are never successful.
Map 21 Overview & Federal Transportation
Happy Trails / Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012
Cliff and Emily talk with Ryan Wiggins California Field Organizer Transportation for America and the Federal Transportation Reauthorization and Map 21 Overview.
Aquaculture, Jobs, And Hydroponics
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012
A plan is emerging to build an on-shore seafood ranch on the Samoa peninsula that aims to create jobs, take the pressure off our native fisheries, remove greenhouse gas from the air, and grow some vegetables. This is a real thing, and it's moving forward.
The Ferndale Report / Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012
More about the money that we paid for that fell out of the sky into the pockets of teachers; some thing of note happened at the horse racing meeting but also Ferndale received a major burn; the kids win a football game.
Fort Bragg Coastal Trail, Mendocino Trails & Ukiah Rail Trail
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012
Cliff and Emily talk with Dan Gjerde, Fort Bragg Cit Councilman and newly elected Mendocino Supervisor talks about Fort Bragg Coastal Trail, Mendocino Trails & Ukiah Rail Trail. Emily updates last week's meeting of the NCRA and the Bay Rail Committee's recommendations.
Live at KHUM / Friday, Nov. 16, 2012
The Polyrhythmics, Seattle's finest 8-piece afrobeat/worldbeat band, stopped by the KHUM studio on November 15 and redefined the phrase "live in-studio performance".
The Ferndale Report / Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012
People start to think about Salt River project maintenance costs; teachers get Prop. 30 windfall; at least eight people have a problem with the schools superintendent; some dude disrespects Old Glory because he didn't get his way in the election.
King Tide / Waterworld Preview
Coastal Currents / Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012
So these ultra-high tides we're seeing this week are a glimpse into sea-level rise, which looks like a total pain in the ass financially and environmentally.
NCRA Bay Trail Update & Arcata Ridge Trail
Happy Trails / Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012
Cliff and Emily talk with Todd Kramer of Pacific Watershed Council about road decommissioning to extend the Arcata Ridge Trail and restore the watershed. Emily updates the recommendations of the NCRA Arcata - Eureka Rail Corridor committee. A meeting of the full NCRA will take place next week when they hear the recommendations. This will be open to the public.