SUSTAINABILITY

Food For Thought

Stephanie Alexandre from Alexandre Family Farm joined Jennifer Bell to discuss sustainable organic farming practices, nutritional education and environmental stewardship.

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One of the world’s most popular musical instruments is not always the most environmentally friendly.

Guitars are made from some of the rarest woods on Earth, and they grow in parts of the world hit hard by deforestation. So some U.S. guitar makers are starting to look elsewhere for their wood supplies. And one day, they hope to shop in the Pacific Northwest.

Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell talks with Jeff St John of Dutch & Dewey Distillery about Horse Mountain Dry Gin and other handcrafted beverages from his innovative off-the-grid distillery.

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Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell talks with Jeff St. John of Dutch & Dewey Distillery and Rocky's Ridge Vineyard about his farming heritage and continuing to use sustainable practices to craft specialty beverages.

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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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Food For Thought

On today’s Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell discusses the sustainable harvest of fresh sea veggies with naturalist Allison Poklemba.   

  

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In less than two years, Shane and Linda have transformed this intimate urban space in Sunny Brea into a community beacon that inspires neighbors to seek a more conscientious way of life.  The Humboldt Permaculture Guild invites the community to a tour of this urban homestead in Arcata on Tuesday August 2nd at 5:30.   Book your spot at fogwoodworking@gmail.com  

   

Food For Thought

Juliette Bohn, sustainability project consultant,  joins Jennifer Bell to discuss exciting new initiatives and methods to deal food waste in environmentally sound ways.

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Marlon Gil talked to the Homepage about the upcoming Humboldt Permaculture Guild tour of a homestead in Bayside -- Tuesday, July 5 at 5:30 as part of its summer series. Gil discussed the virtues of grafting new fruit varieties onto existing fruit trees and explains how guests will learn a few tips during this tour. 


Humboldt State University President, Dr. Lisa Rossbacher discusses student-led projects that promote energy independence on campus. 


Photo University of California Agriculture

On the May 12th Thursday Night Talk, explore the burgeoning bio-energy market with our newest host, Yana Valachovic from the University of California Extension. Yana’s guests will follow the movement of wood from the forest, to the generation of electricity --