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Rafael Cuevas Uribe joins Yojana Miraya to delve into the world of aquaponics. Rafael, assistant professor in HSU's fisheries department, talks about his passion for fish and the potential of aquaculture.

Food For Thought

In Wiyot country.  

LeeAnn Moore joins Jennifer Bell to talk about growing up eating traditional Wiyot foods.


Humboldt County growers may be anticipating the next Board of Supervisors meeting on April 10th, but for some conservationists, the effects of the new legal cannabis market are posing some ecological threats. That’s according to Scott Greacen, conservation director with Friends of the Eel River and Craig Tucker, the Natural Resources Policy Advocate for the Karuk Tribe.

Sound Ecology: Ospreys

Mar 19, 2018
Ken Lee / National Wildlife Federation

Ospreys are the world’s most widespread raptor, found near water everywhere except Antarctica.

Naturalist Ken Burton shares a bit about the life history of this special bird.


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


Much of Humboldt County's thirst is quenched by the Mad River. And, despite its relatively small size, the Mad River provides vital habitat for a surprising diversity of species. Fisheries Biologist Katherine Osborn shares this week's Sound Ecology audio postcard.


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.


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.


Fisheries guru Terry Roelofs celebrates the tiny, colorful and little known three-spined stickleback.

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