FOREST

Redwood Restoration Campaign Kicks Off

May 11, 2018
Save the Redoods League

Redwood National and State Parks are famous for their towering redwoods, but they are also in desperate need of a helping hand.

Craig Strong

"The reason we count murrelets at sea is, of course, because in the forest they are flying around at really high speeds in the dawn or dusk and while you can see them and hear them there is no way you can get a handle on their populations", says Craig Strong of Crescent Coastal Research.

Ken Burton, wildlife biologist, Secretary of the Redwood Region Audubon Society, Friends of the Arcata Marsh docent, and author, interviews Strong on the status of Marbled Murrelet's on the north coast and his murrelet monitoring program.


The season is upon us!

On this segment of Sound Ecology, Carol Vandemeer encourages us to get out on the trail for encounters with blooming trillium.


For over 30 years, Dr. Meg Lowman –Canopy Meg, has designed hot-air balloons and walkways for treetop exploration to solve mysteries in the world’s forests, especially insect pests and ecosystem health. Meg is affectionately called the mother of canopy research as one of the first scientists to explore this eighth continent. 


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.