Jessica Eden

Producer, Content Director

jessica.eden@humboldt.edu

Jessica Eden is a producer and photographer who loves public radio and the talented volunteers that make KHSU such a great community station. In addition to her work with KHSU, she has produced content for public media in Alaska, the Pacific Islands, and Australian public broadcasting. Jessica has worked as a field biologist in rural regions of Alaska, the Caribbean and Pacific Islands. Her time on the airwaves on St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs, as the "seabird lady" and "fish guts lady", was the most memorable and enjoyable radio ever.  Jessica received her M.A. in Environment and Community studies, with a focus on Environmental Radio - exploring the confluence of people and place.

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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Food For Thought

San Francisco-based food and lifestyle writer, Karen Solomon, joins Jennifer Bell to discuss the joys of healthy eating, homecooking and canning.  

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From Antiques Roadshow to the Environmental Studies major at Humboldt State...

HSU President Lisa Rossbacher champions education that encompasses and integrates wide-ranging, interdisciplinary areas of study. 

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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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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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Diana Nunes Mizer does not have a blueprint for raising children "correctly", but she does use classes, workshops and one-on-one coaching to help families reach their personal goals for peace, communication and patience at home. Welcome to conscious parenting.

In this episode, Mizer joins Emma Breacain to discuss family and offers advice for creating meaningful traditions and sidestepping some of the stressors of the holiday season.

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Jennifer Bell talks about cooking classes and creating healthy meals with Rachele McClusky from Foodwise Kitchen in Arcata.

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HSU President Lisa Rossbacher discusses the positive impact university faculty have on the lives of students - and reflects on her own college experience and the professor that helped shape the course of her career.

In light of recent elections, Dr. Rossbacher reflects on the impact federal funds have on numerous programs and initiatives at Humboldt State University - including the benefits of federal funding to student grants and financial aid.

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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

Jennifer Bell connects with Henry Robinson of Henry's Olives to talk about the art of curing gourmet, Mediterranean-style olives.  

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Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell talks with Joyce Houston and Chris Lewis about the upcoming Master Food Preserver course taught through the UC Cooperative Extension.

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Humboldt State President Lisa Rossbacher discusses her recent trip to HSU's  Telonicher Marine Lab in Trinidad. Lisa and a visiting Trustee of the CSU spent time with a mariculture class at the lab.

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Danielle Orr  and Doc Stull share their monthly discussion on great athletes and sport from the Americas and Caribbean and the intersection with popular culture and politics.

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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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Jennifer Bell discusses harvesting and processing salt with Bryon Duty of Pacific Flake, a new local sea salt company. 

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HSU President Lisa Rossbacher highlights a collaborative initiative called the Equity Alliance of the North Coast.  This region-wide effort seeks to develop a more welcoming and supportive community -- the goal is to increase inclusion in our region.

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Matthew Schmit joins Jennifer Bell to talk about a new line of healthy artisan products from Humboldt's local Tofu Shop.

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