HUMBOLDT

Looking Back: Cattle

Aug 9, 2018
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Tom Cairns highlights some local Northwest history.

This segment focuses on initial livestock herding in the region and the impacts upon Native communities and the landscape.


Local labor and political activist Allen McCloskey joined Eric Kirk to discuss the current state of Humboldt County politics as we move into the fall election season on the August 9th Episode of Thursday Night Talk on KHSU. Listen below: 

Cannabis Connections

Jul 18, 2018
Humboldt Cannabis Magazine

Danielle Orr continues her conversation with PhD candidate Brenda Perez about her research on the socio-political climate of the cannabis industry. Brenda and Danielle delve into the particulars of this dynamic and ever-changing industry, north and south of the border.


Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods Executive Director Monica Rose talks about her organization’s ongoing and new programs and events offered this summer. She also discusses the important part the club plays in the support and nurturance of youth in the community.

For more information and to get involved, visit bgcredwoods.org.


Humboldt, Del Norte Voting Information

Jun 5, 2018
Tom Arthur-Wikimedia

Tuesday June 5th is election day for California Primaries and for local offices. KHSU has compiled some general information about the candidates and the voting process. 

In this week's North Coast Journal, Thadeous Greenson and Kimberly Wear explore the life and death of Sharral "Sherry" McDonald. She was fatally shot in Eureka in early May 2018 while protecting a friend from domestic violence. 

Who are the Board of Supervisors?

May 24, 2018
Anne Maher / The Northcoast Environmental Center

Elections are coming up June 5, and that means it is time once again to vote for local measures and candidates, including the Board of Supervisors. For this EcoNews Report the Northcoast Environmental Center’s Anne Maher speaks to Mark Lovelace, former 3rd District Humboldt County Supervisor, about the roles and responsibilities the Board of Supervisors has, especially in regards to environmental work. Afterwards, hear the NEC’s questions to the candidates (and their responses) at the May 10 Humboldt County Supervisors Forum.

Jessica Eden

Brenda Perez and Yojana Miraya discuss issues of identity, community and the power of artistic expression.

From gathering signatures for a local sanctuary law to experiencing the North Coast Repertory Theatre's performance of The Tenth Muse, Brenda and Yojana explore local efforts to strengthen community.

Charlando Con La Raza: Tuesday at 7pm, Wednesday at 7am,  Saturday at 1pm on RADIO BILINGUE.

Jennifer Bell

On this week's Food For Thought, Kate Brown from Cultured Life Food joins Jennifer Bell for a discussion about utilizing healthy Humboldt and Del Norte butter for nutritious ghee.


This week's Food For Thought, features a discussion about healthy food systems for healthy communities. Jennifer Bell talks with Rachael Patton from Food Is Love, Love Is Food.


Humboldt's Most Elusive Critter

Feb 8, 2018
USFWS

With less than 100 individuals left in California, the Humboldt marten is one of the state's most endangered species. While it once haunted the coastal forests from Oregon to Santa Cruz, the Humboldt marten is now restricted to a small patch of Six Rivers National Forest.

Women's March Takes on Year Two

Jan 20, 2018
Mike Dronkers/KHSU

For a second year in a row, the Women's March in Eureka dominated the streets of Old Town this weekend as thousands showed up to the C Street Market Square with signs, pink hats, and resilience. In what was known last year in 2017 as the largest march in Humboldt County, this year's event had similar numbers this year with approximately four to 5,000 people participating. 

Event organizer Rae Robison said this year the march was about bringing women of all walks of life together and supporting them. 

Jessica Eden

Tireless advocate for the well being of the Latinx community, Renee Saucedo joins the Charlando crew to discuss some of her inspirations and perspectives through challenging political times.

Interview with Renee:

Full Show:

Commercial Crab Season Set to Begin January 15

Jan 11, 2018
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Commercial crab season will open next week in Humboldt, Mendocino and Del Norte Counties. T

California State Water Board is holding a workshop  in Eureka  today at 10 a.m.in the Adorni Center for those involved in cannabis cultivation. Daniel Schultz, Environmental Program Manager in the Cannabis Section,  spoke with Brian Curtis on the KHSU Magazine about various new regulations that will begin on January 1, 2018. The workshop is free and all are encouraged to attend.

Jessica Eden

De-stressing in the HSU library.  Finals week is coming to a close at Humboldt State University... students give a musical 'winter break' send-off. 

The gift of music provided by HSU students Ahtziri Ramirez and Rah'Kiv Lewis.

Katie Edgmon from Humboldt Spice Company joins Jennifer Bell to talk about making seasoning mixes and rubs to delight your vegetable and meat dishes.


Through the Eyes of Women: Poetry and Process

Dec 12, 2017

Through The Eyes of Women hosted poet and author Celia Drill, who reads from her new book, Awake Through Dreams. Danielle Orr and Celia Drill (formerly Celia Homesley) talk about some of Celia's mentors and poetry nights at the old Jambalaya in Arcata, where many young poets took the stage during a pivotal open mics season, which led to the published works by many of our beloved Humboldt County favorite poets. 

Her new book 'Awake Through Dreams' is scheduled to be released by the end of 2017.


Humboldt County Planning & Building

Nearly 18 years in the making, the County’s 20-year land use plan was finally adopted in October. 

It will create ten percent fewer new homes with more environmental impacts than the version recommended by the 2012 Planning Commission. County Supervisor Mike Wilson explains why his first and only vote on the plan was cast in opposition.

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