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.

Jennifer Bell

On this episode of Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell talks with Heidi Hansen about the shockingly good no-knead bread recipes.

Bake like the pros!


Jessica Eden

De-stressing in the HSU library.  Finals week is coming to a close at Humboldt State University... students give a musical 'winter break' send-off. 

The gift of music provided by HSU students Ahtziri Ramirez and Rah'Kiv Lewis.

Jessica Eden

On this week's Charlando, Brenda talks with visiting Mayan scholars Valiana Aguilar and Angel Ku about community, environment, healing and supporting one another through challenging political times.

Valiana and Angel share some Mayan values:

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Katie Edgmon from Humboldt Spice Company joins Jennifer Bell to talk about making seasoning mixes and rubs to delight your vegetable and meat dishes.


Jessica Eden

On this weeks's Charlando Con La Raza, Xochitl and Brenda welcome student activist Melissa Vasquez. The Humboldt Hearts organization raised money for disaster relief in Mexico and Puerto Rico this past fall. Melissa shares her inspiration for community activism.

Ayuda Humanitaria:


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OPB

Beautiful walks along the beach are possible any time of the year on the northcoast. 

Lori Dengler encourages us to be mindful of the unexpected "sneaker wave"... Lori discusses a bit about the science of these surprising occurrences among rather predictable sets of waves.


US Fish and Wildlife Service

Aleutian cackling geese are abundant in our area this time of year. This segment of Sound Ecology highlights the conservation efforts that led to the successful recovery of this once-endangered bird.

Jessica Eden

Xochitl and Brenda bring more in-depth cultural discussion and music to the airwaves with this latest installment of Charlando Con la Raza

HSU graduate student Yojana Miraya shares a special song in Quechua and HSU botany student Octavio Acosta plays a special instrument for the Charlando crew.


Jessica Eden

What a phone can capture on a random day at the Arcata marsh....  click Sound Ecology for murmurations at the marsh. 

The deadliest earthquake of 2017 took place along the Iran-Iraq border earlier this month. Geologist Lori Dengler discusses the tectonics - and politics - of the region. 


The California Earthquake Alliance has developed seven steps for earthquake safety. "Step 7" is to reconnect and restore.

The first weeks after a big earthquake or other disaster is a time of transition. Once you've met the needs of family, Geologist Lori Dengler discusses moving toward returning to routines.

Check out Living On Shaky Ground for more information. 

The California Earthquake Alliance has developed seven steps for earthquake safety. "Step 6" is to assess the situation and take necessary action.

Geologist Lori Dengler shares recommendations for what to do following a temblor. Check out Living On Shaky Ground for more information. 

The California Earthquake Alliance has developed seven steps for earthquake safety. "Step 5" is drop, cover and hold on. Then, start counting...

 Geologist Lori Dengler shares recommendations for what to do when the ground is shaking. Check out Living On Shaky Ground for more information. 

The California Earthquake Alliance has developed seven steps for earthquake safety. "Step 4" is to make preparations for the aftermath of a disaster.

 Geologist Lori Dengler recommends working toward minimizing potential financial hardship following an earthquake by strengthening your home and considering insurance. Check out Living On Shaky Ground for more information. 

Jessica Eden

For this food-focused time of the year, Charlando Con La Raza co-hosts Xochitl Cabrera and Brenda Perez discuss their favorite family foods from Oaxaca and Puebla, Mexico.  

Charlando Con La Raza airs Tuesdays at 7 PM on Radio Bilingue.

U.S. Air Force

Identity, sense of place, community. In the military: Katherine shares a story.


On this episode of Food For Thought, nutritionist Nicole Nada joins Jennifer Bell to talk about being joyful in pursuit of optimal health.


The California Earthquake Alliance has developed seven steps for earthquake safety. "Step 3" is to organize your disaster supply.

Geologist Lori Dengler recommends preparing at least two weeks of water, food and medical supplies.

Check out Living On Shaky Ground for more information.


Jennifer Bell continues her discussion about using local ingredients for superb dining with Jim Hughes from Brick and Fire bistro in Eureka.


Lisa Rossbacher

Dr. Lisa Rossbacher discusses the wonderful undergraduate research opportunities at Humboldt State and highlights HSU student research presentations at national conferences.


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