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.

Ah, the beloved albacore tuna...

Master Food Preservers Joyce Houston and Jennifer Bell share their appreciation for albacore tuna and continue their discussion on proper tuna canning technique.


A humpback whale was recently freed from entanglement in fishing gear off of Crescent City's shore.

HSU President Lisa Rossbacher celebrates the collaborative effort to save the whale's life.


HSU Geology Dept.

Small earthquakes really don't do much for stress release - but they do facilitate healthy discussions about preparedness. 

Dr. Lori Dengler shares some logarithmic understanding of the smaller quakes in our region.


Master Food Preservers Joyce Houston and Jennifer Bell discuss the delights of canning your own delicious albacore tuna.

From the fishermen and the docks to your kitchen, Joyce and Jennifer share their knowledge of the tuna canning process. 


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A healthier place for the entire community...

Humboldt State University is becoming a tobacco free campus. 


On this week's Food For Thought, Miguel Uribe continues his discussion with Jennifer Bell about food sovereignty, culture and resilience in the highlands of Michoacan, Mexico.


HSU Geology Dept.

Big wave surfers are in a class of their own. But Geologist Lori Dengler encourages sticking with giant waves generated by big storms. On this segment of Shaky Ground, Lori shares some of the science behind the nature of the utterly unrideable tsunami.


The unplanned, the unexpected can happen at any time. Wherever summertime journeys take you, Geologist Lori Dengler says, be prepared. 


On this week's Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell talks with Miguel Uribe about growing native foods in the mountains of Michoacan, Mexico.

Miguel's Tierra Viviente Agricultura Organica works with farms throughout the region, promoting organic cultivation and finding markets for the community harvests.


Marine Protected Areas conserve the diversity and abundance of marine life, the habitats they depend on and the integrity of marine ecosystems. California's remarkable MPA system protects the productivity, wildness and beauty of our coast and ocean. 

This segment of Sound Ecology highlights regional marine conservation.


On this week's Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell joins herbalist Michele Palazzo on a guided edible and medicinal plant hike through the Sanctuary Forest in southern Humboldt.


Kevin Patzkowsky from Heart's Leap Winery joins Jennifer Bell to talk about trial and error, community support and the dynamic journey to starting a quality local winery.


Geologist Lori Dengler talks about NOAA's National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. This program provides and facilitates vital warning systems and emergency response coordination.

Will this essential program be cut by the current US administration?


North Coast Growers Association's Laura Hughes joins Jennifer Bell to talk about Humboldt County's thriving farmers' markets and fostering community partnerships to expand access to local healthy food. 


Humboldt County Office of Education has a thriving hydrofarm. Jennifer Bell and Karen Brooks continue their discussion about the greenhouse focused on growing community resilience, education and career opportunities.

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