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The EcoNews Report is the longest-running public affairs radio show on the North Coast, broadcasting on KHSU from the Humboldt State University campus. The EcoNews Report is hosted by the NEC, EPIC, Friends of the Eel River, and Humboldt Baykeeper and features guests discussing environmental topics that impact the North Coast and beyond.

The EcoNews Report airs every Thursday at 1:30 p.m on KHSU.

You can find KHSU on these frequencies:

90.5 FM Arcata-Eureka
91.9 FM Crescent City-Brookings
89.1 FM Ferndale-Fortuna
89.7 FM Garberville
99.7 FM Willow Creek

Each EcoNews Report episode is posted to the KHSU website and is also available as a podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.

An archive of episodes from 2011 through mid-2017 is also available by clicking HERE.

Colin Fiske at Clam Beach. Photo: Courtesy of Colin Fiske.

How Do We Design the Plaza for People?

What does it mean to design a public space for people over cars? Colin Fiske of the Coalition for Responsible Transportation Priorities discusses the...

Questioning Local Government Transparency and Accountability

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Arcata Marsh CC Flickr Terrence McNally

Local Author Sharon Levy Discusses the Arcata Marsh

George Zaminsky, Friends of the Arcata Marsh, interviews local science author Sharon Levy on her newly released book "The Marsh Builders: The Fight for...
Humboldt Board of Supervisors Candidates during May 10 2018 Candidate Forum

Who are the Board of Supervisors?

Elections are coming up June 5, and that means it is time once again to vote for local measures and candidates, including the Board...
Hundreds of people, including Tribal members, landowners, and climate activists, rallied at the Oregon State Capital in 2015 to ask Governor Kate Brown to oppose the Jordan Cove LNG proposal. Credit Alex Milan Tracy

Broad Coalition Says No to Jordan Cove LNG and Pipeline

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Coho spawning on the Salmon river Credit Wikimedia Commons

Victory in Court for Klamath Salmon

"Rivers carry more than just water – they also carry sediment which is very important to a river’s function and its ability to naturally...
Julian Lange at a NO-GO Road Protest. Photo: Native American Studies Graduate Student Symposium.

The NO-GO Road 30 Years Later

This April marked the 30th anniversary of the GO Road. A road originally scheduled to run from Gasquet to Orleans (hence the name G-O)...
Marbled Godwits are one of manny species of shorebirds that flock to Humboldt Bay in the spring. Artwork courtesy of Godwit Days.

Godwit Days Festival is this weekend!

Godwit Days is an annual festival celebrating spring bird migration in and around Humboldt Bay, an important stop on the Pacific Flyway for thousands...