Jessica Eden

Producer, Program and Operations Coordinator

jessica.eden@humboldt.edu

Jessica Eden is a producer and photographer who loves public radio and the talented volunteers that make KHSU such a great community station. In addition to her work with KHSU, she has produced content for public media in Alaska, the Pacific Islands, and Australian public broadcasting. Jessica has worked as a field biologist in rural regions of Alaska, the Caribbean and Pacific Islands. Her time on the airwaves on St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs, as the "seabird lady" and "fish guts lady", was the most memorable and enjoyable radio ever.  Jessica received her M.A. in Environment and Community studies, with a focus on Environmental Radio - exploring the confluence of people and place.

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On this segment of Sound Ecology, Naturalist Ken Burton explores the world of raptors, from providing a working definition for this group of birds to an explanation of convergent evolution.


Social worker Elisa Bueno joins Xochitl and Brenda for a discussion about differences in the immigration experience over the past couple of decades. 

Then, Xochitl and Brenda take a deep dive into borderlands issues, addressing ethical questions around the deportation of Latino veterans.

Charlando is produced at Humboldt State University and airs on Radio Bilingue.

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In the early morning hours of February 27, 2010, Martina Marturana felt a slight tremor that lasted a long time.  The 12-year-old lived on Robinson Crusoe Island, 325 miles off the coast of central Chile. She looked out the window and noticed the boats in the harbor moving in an unusual way, and ran to ring an alarm bell in the town square. Eight people died in her village but she is credited with saving over 600!


Geologist Lori Dengler says a Tsunami Communications Test is coming. 

On the morning of March 28th, folks will encounter alert tones, texts and other messages announcing the test. This is a preparedness effort for a tsunami coming from afar.

To learn about receiving emergency alert notifications, click here.


Fabian Almazan

Redwood Jazz Alliance is bringing Cuban-born jazz musician Fabian Almazan to the HSU campus on March 6th.

Humboldt State music lecturer Dan Aldag spoke with Fabian via phone from New York to discuss the upcoming performance. 

"...Like roots seeking water, the music of Fabian Almazan ventures beyond the jazz club and the concert hall and into the streets, forests, and subterranean worlds. " 

For more information check out Redwood Jazz Alliance

 


Fabian Almazan

Jazz phenom Fabian Almazan joins Brenda Perez for a discussion about Fabian's musical trajectory, his efforts to address socio-ecological issues through music, and the political challenges of our current times. 

Fabian Almazan & Rhizome will be performing Tuesday,  March 6th, on the HSU campus. For more information, check out the Redwood Jazz Alliance.

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This segment of the California Innocence Project features Charles Miles sharing the experience of his son's wrongful conviction and ultimate release from prison.


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On December 26, 2004, Tilly Smith was on vacation in Thailand with her family. Thanks to her school lessons, Tilly helped save many lives by recognizing the signs of an oncoming tsunami.


Jessica Eden

This installment of Charlando Con La Raza takes on the importance of honoring and respecting one's heritage through language and culture. And, as always, the Charlando crew discusses celebrating our environmental connections.


HSU

This episode of Food For Thought features Jennifer Bell and Laura Hughes talking about the Winter Farmers' Market and some exciting new community collaborations with the North Coast Growers' Association.


This week's Charlando features two interviews. HSU environmental studies major, Sandra Sandoval discusses community organizing efforts in Humboldt County. Then, Jose Luis Segura Barragan joins the conversation from Michoacan, Mexico, to share his efforts to support communities in the region amidst violence and struggle.

Entrevista - Jose Luis Segura Barragan:

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This segment of Sound Ecology shares remarkable facts about the ubiquitous coastal resident, the harbor seal.


Katada Lab

Kamaishi junior high students saved themselves and many others during the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Geologist Lori Dengler highlights the students and preparedness drills that saved many lives.


Lisa Rossbacher

Dr. Lisa Rossbacher shares an excellent expression of Humboldt State University's graduation pledge through an HSU graduate and his sister's efforts with Klean Kanteen. 


This week's Food For Thought, features a discussion about healthy food systems for healthy communities. Jennifer Bell talks with Rachael Patton from Food Is Love, Love Is Food.


Jessica Eden

This week's Charlando Con La Raza takes on issues of immigration and governance. Plus, the Charlando crew introduces us to HSU student, Jonathan Pena.

Conocemos a Jonathan y discusion de gobernancia:

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USFS

Research Ecologist Bill Zielinski celebrates the mountain beaver. This little known mammal is an important part of ecosystem health.

Radio Bio Bio

Communication is key.

This segment of Shaky Ground celebrates the good work of Radio Bio Bio during a massive Chilean earthquake. 


The Charlando crew discusses current news topics, ecological frameworks and the legacy of renowned Chilean poet and physicist, Nicanor Parra.

Ecologia y apropriacion cultural:

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On this latest installment of Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell talks with Ann Anderson from Locally Delicious. The second edition of  The Local Food Guide, covering Humboldt and Del Norte counties, is coming to a newstand near you.


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