CALIFORNIA

Forest Service Reclamation Cleans Up Illegal Grow Sites

May 16, 2018
Shasta-Trinity National Forest Service

In a multi-agency effort, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest Service restored several illegal marijuana grow sites. Through Law Enforcement and Investigations, a grow site reclamation operation was conducted. The operation focused on eight sites in Trinity County, which impact the South Fork of the Trinity River was completed from May 8 to May 11, 2018. 

On this episode of Charlando, Brenda welcomes her phone guests for discussion on soccer, immigration and a sanctuary law for Humboldt County.

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If you've been convicted of marijuana-related crimes in California, you might be able to have your record wiped clean or the charges greatly reduced under a provision in the state's new marijuana law, Prop 64. More than 4,000 people have already petitioned the courts about their records and sentencing.

Live Your Language Alliance

In many ways, language expresses worldview.

Leo Canez introduces us to the meaning and useage of 'Ayekwee' (Oyekwee) in the Yurok language.


Single Payer Advocates Stage 'Die In' in Eureka

Sep 14, 2017
Natalya Estrada

Nearly half a dozen groups in Humboldt County joined protesters outside of Assembly Member Jim Wood’s Office in Eureka yesterday to demonstrate the severity of putting SB 562 through the California State Assembly. SB 562, also known as the Healthy California Act, would create universal health coverage for every Californian under a single payer system. 

"When you impact nearly the entire span of their life history, all the different habitat needs that they have, over time it's going to take a toll, and that's where we are with coho salmon. We've gone through major epics of timber harvest...most recently its been the water withdrawals and the drought." 

Scott Greacen of Friends of the Eel River and Darren Mierau of California Trout continue their conversation about salmon and steelhead decline in northwestern California. Tune in to learn about the unique genetics of summer steelhead, threats to imperiled coho, and how dam removal on the Eel River could benefit native fish. 

HSU

President Lisa Rossbacher discusses Humboldt State's place in the California State University system and efforts to improve HSU's service to students.

 

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Naturalist Michael Kauffman celebrates the great variety and unique ecological adaptations of manzanitas in California. 

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