EcoNews Report Archive - 2012
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December 13 - Technical difficulties. No show this week.
December 6 - Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel River interviews Mike Furniss, geomorphologist and hydrologist with the USFS's Pacific Northwest Research Station, about storms, floods, weather and climate.
November 8 - Scott Greacen discusses the environmental implications of election results with Dan Sealy (Legislative Analyst for the NEC), Pete Nichols (National Director of Waterkeeper), Noah Greenwald (Endangered Species Director for the Center for Biological Diversity), and Paul Mason (Vice President of Policy for the Pacific Forest Trust).
October 18 - Dan Ehresman interviews Melanie Bettenhausen, outreach director for the North Coast Co-op, and Bill and Kay Schaser with the Northern Humboldt Right to Know Campaign, Prop 37 and Labeling GMOs.
October 4 - Scott Greacen interviews Dr. Anthony Silvagio of Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research about the environmental impacts of marijuana production in the age of prohibition.
July 5 - Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel River interviews Damon Goodman of the US Fish & Wildlife Service, and Stephen Kullmann and Vincent DiMarzio from the Wiyot Tribe's Environmental Department about Lamprey.
June 7 - Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel interviews Don Allen of RCAA about Humboldt County trails.
May 31 - Gary Graham Hughes interviews Andrew Orahoske & Kimberly Baker of EPIC about Public Lands issues.
Apr 19 - Beth Werner of Humboldt Baykeeper hosts a two part show: Part 1 - Alex Stillman and Sue Leskiw about Godwit Days. Part 2 - Larry Glass and Sue Leskiw about the Waterfront Drive Extension Project.
Apr 5 - Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel River interviews Michael Guerreiro, Artist (and President, Friends of the Eel River Board); on his community art project, Celebrating the 2010 Salmon On The Eel River.
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