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As the Yurok Tribe works to reacquire its land base, it's partnered with the Natural Resources Conservation Service to advance ecological and cultural goals. Tim Hayden, the Yurok Tribe's Natural Resource Division Lead, and Jon Shulz of the Natural Resources Conservation Service talk to EPIC's Tom Wheeler about the tribe's conservation efforts. 


KHSU's Lorna Bryant, Peter Fretwell and Jessica Eden discuss the Voice of Diversity Initiative.

This program initiative will include oral history and storytelling about the experiences of the diverse residents of the North Coast, based on the belief that human stories build bridges.


 

We’ve heard the news, but we want to know what really happened.  That’s what Reveal is all about: finding out what’s going on behind the scenes, hidden from public view.

KHSU premieres the program Friday, August 4th at 7 p.m. Please listen and tell us what you think

Hosted by Al Letson and produced by The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. Reveal presents original work from CIR's team along with various partners.

Charmaine Lawson, mother of Josiah Lawson, spoke about her son and his legacy. She's joined by David's cousin Keesha Weaver in the studio and her sister Ameera Acuna on the phone.


KHSU's Lorna Bryant attended the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee for The Race Beat. Item 7 of the agenda states: "McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee to decide on future agenda item concerning allegations of racism in McKinleyville. The McMAC may or may not choose to place the item on a future agenda."  

Join Brenda Starr and guest Doc Stull for their annual sports talk revue: 

Joe DiMaggio's “streak”, the discus thrower, sportswriters & announcers, politics, art and jazz.  

LadyBEAST's Transistance cast

  New Orleans-based LadyBEAST Productions is on a national tour with its Vaude D'Gras "Transistance" show. It's coming to the Mateel Community Center in Redway on July 11. Wendy interviews organization founder and one of the performers LadyBEAST by phone. Smokey Bill Harper is having an exhibition of his black-and-white photographs in a show titled "Having Fun from the Desert to Crescent City." The exhibit is on display at the Del Norte County Courthouse, Crescent City, through August 10. Wendy interviews Smokey Bill Harper by phone.

SO you think you don't have any plans for July 4th? WRONG! SAD! Celebrate the holiday and pick up a few classified secrets by listening to the Capitol Steps as they poke fun at today's news with their brand new, one-hour 4th of July romp. This special promises to be huge, fantastic, tremendous...believe me, believe me.

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On this episode of North Coast Update, Susan Andrews reports that True North Organizing Network and the Klamath Local Organizing Committee brought together community leaders to address the lack of recreational opportunities for Klamath youth. 


New Shows Coming To KHSU

Jun 28, 2017

After a long run on KHSU, Car Talk heads into the radio sunset* to make way for new programming. Saturday at 10, you'll hear two half-hour programs and KHSU is eager to hear your feedback. 

Planet Money: Imagine you could call up a friend and say, "Meet me at the bar and tell me what's going on with the economy." Now imagine that's actually a fun evening. That's what we're going for at Planet Money. People seem to like it.

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Wendy Butler talks to co-organizers of the first Trinidad Bay Art and Music Festival coming up August 25-27.

Also on today's Artwaves, learn about Matthew Lopez' "The Legend of Georgia McBride" at Redwood Curtain Theater. The show previews on Thursday and Friday, July 6 and 7, and runs through July.


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Forestry is one of the North Coast's most emblematic industries. But what do modern foresters do, and how does it affect this community? On this Thursday Night Talk, it's a silviculture special.


With heavy hearts, we are saddened to announce the unexpected passing of longtime host Walter Natzler. 

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Eureka’s Black Faun Gallery presents “Remote Wilderness,” new works by three Humboldt County artists: painter, Andrea Castillo; ceramic sculptor, Greg Lysander; and mixed media artist, Johnathon DeSoto.

The exhibition opens on Saturday, July 1 during Arts Alive and features music from KHSU's own Pandemonium Jones.

The trio will give an artist talk at the gallery on Saturday, July 8 at 4:00 p.m.


  

The local NAACP is calling for stricter moderation rules on local media comment sections. Is this call to action an act against our 1st amendment rights? 


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