JESSICA EDEN

Jessica Eden

What a phone can capture on a random day at the Arcata marsh....  click Sound Ecology for murmurations at the marsh. 

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.


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25 years later, HSU Professor Lori Dengler discusses Humboldt's 1992 earthquake.

A rememberance will be held at the Warfinger Building in Eureka on April 29 at 6pm.


Jessica Eden

Naturalist Ken Burton highlights this season's magnificent shorebird migration along Humboldt Bay. 

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


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

 


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.

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Food For Thought

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

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In this segment of Sound Ecology, Naturalist Carol Vander Meer highlights blooming dune flora in the Humboldt Bay region, including the endangered wallflower.

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HSU

HSU President Lisa Rossbacher discusses a recent study completed by Instructor Lonny Grafman and his engineering students. They examined the relative environmental and economic benefits of using mason jars in place of plastic and paper cups. 

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Jessica Eden

Wildlife Biologist Gretchen O'Brien highlights the tens of thousands of migratory shorebirds that rely on Humboldt Bay. She includes tips for best times of the day to enjoy the spectacle of shorebirds at the Arcata Marsh.

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HSU President Lisa Rossbacher reflects on the markers of the changing seasons: deciduous trees, migratory birds, community events -- and Humboldt State students.

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An audio postcard highlighting the enigmatic American Dipper. Naturalist and author Ken Burton  wrote this segment. 

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Ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro is returning to Humboldt County on December 10th. Born and raised in Hawaii, his musicianship on the uke is unparalleled.

Jake will be performing in the Van Duzer Theater on the Humboldt State University campus. 

Showtime: December 10,  8pm   

 

Ticket office: 707.826.3928

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Food For Thought

On today's Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell joins Tom Wrigley at his Eureka apple orchard to discuss apple varieties and what it takes to grow 70 trees on a 1/2 acre property.  

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Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell talks about Arcata’s community farm and the CSA model with farmer Jayme Buckley.  

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Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell continues her discussion on the harvest of fresh sea veggies with naturalist Allison Poklemba. 

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Jessica Eden

The Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary is home to an impressive number of migratory and resident bird species. The sanctuary fills important habitat needs for the Pacific Flyway and functions as a world renowned wastewater treatment facility.

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

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