Jessica Eden

Producer, Program and Operations Coordinator

jeden@khsu.org

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.

Rabia O'Loren joined Jennifer Bell to discuss her delicious baked goods and fundraising efforts for social justice causes.

 

https://myfoodforthought.wordpress.com/

This segment of Sound Ecology highlights native bees, including nuances of their behavior, life history and ecological importance.


In the Tradition's Dan Chandler spoke with co-founder of the iconic El Teatro Campesino, Agustin Lira, and his musical collaborator Patricia Wells.

Dan, Agustin and Patricia discuss social justice activism, current and past - and the new album from the band Alma, Songs of Struggle & Hope


Jennifer Bell and Stephanie Alexandre continue their conversation about sustainable farming practices, nutrition and the Alexandre Family Farm egg business.


By Eric Draper [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Legendary singer-songwiter Graham Nash is performing at the Van Duzer Theater, March 24th at 8pm. This Grammy award-winning musician is a two-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Graham Nash's passionate voice continues to be heard in support of peace, social and environmental justice. 

Russ Cole spoke with Graham Nash ahead of his Humboldt performance.


Deep history and playful innovation.

Quebec’s Le Vent du Nord knows how to turn the lost past into intense and beautiful performances that push their roots in striking global directions. The group is blazing a path that connects their Québecois roots to the wider world, in both arrangements and on stage.

The band visited the KHSU studios during Fogou to talk with Vinny DeVaney and Bob Doran.

Le Vent du Nord performs at Arcata Playhouse: March 15, 8pm

 


Stephanie Alexandre from Alexandre Family Farm joined Jennifer Bell to discuss sustainable organic farming practices, nutritional education and environmental stewardship.

  https://myfoodforthought.wordpress.com/

This segment of Sound Ecology features Naturalist Ken Burton discussing two songbirds, the orange-crowned and Wilson's warbler.

 


The MultiCultural Center presents the Social Justice Summit this week on the HSU campus. KHSU's Claire Reynolds spoke with MCC Coordinator Grecia Rojas about the upcoming events.

There will be a keynote presentation by Mother Tongue, workshops, film screenings and discussions. Summit organizers hope to broaden perspectives on social justice and global issues, inspire change through different art mediums and provide tools to create change. 

 For more info http://www2.humboldt.edu/summit/


KHSU will interview Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein this Wednesday during KHSU's midday public affairs show, the KHSU Magazine.

Tune in this Wednesday at 1pm for an interview with Jill Stein.

Jill Stein will be visiting the HSU campus Wednesday, March 8th.

The Pacific marten and the fisher play important roles in the ecological health of forests. These two mammals are highlighted in this segment of Sound Ecology. Local Research Ecologist Bill Zielinski wrote this segment.

The Allen's hummingbird is among the first migratory birds to return to our region this time of year. Naturalist Ken Burton highlights this special bird -- and shares some unexpected details about who joins them on their migratory journey.

  https://soundcloud.com/sound_ecology

Food For Thought

Community Sustainability Organizer, Jeanine Cava, joins Jennifer Bell to talk about food systems, politics, community resilience and a new course offered through extended education at HSU: Hungry For Change: Toward a Just & Restorative Food System

  https://myfoodforthought.wordpress.com/

Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell continues her discussion on healthy and fun food creations with food author and enthusiast Karen Solomon.

  https://myfoodforthought.wordpress.com/

HSU President Dr. Rossbacher discusses our values - as individuals, in the context of Humboldt State University and in our broader community.

  https://soundcloud.com/campusconnections

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