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Dr. Keith Flamer

Talk Humboldt Host

Dr. Keith Snow-Flamer has been President of the College of the Redwoods since 2015. Dr. Snow-Flamer holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Gonzaga University.

  • "It's really an amazing thing," says Holly MacDonell of the Eureka Symphony. "There are 45 or 60 people on stage and we're going to get all worked up and excited. I get emotional about it."The Eureka Symphony features a cross-section of musicians from across the greater Humboldt Bay area, staging concerts for the general public as well as local schoolkids. In this episode of Talk Humboldt, MacDonell talks about the live concert experience, how the Eureka symphony is managed, and how Twitch streaming helped get her through the COVID lockdown.
  • Humboldt has plenty of creeks, streams, and drainages. And every time you drive over one, someone had to figure out how to get the water past it so that the road you're on stays put.In this episode, Llanos tells Keith Flamer and Tom Jackson about why some solutions seem shortsighted in hindsight, restoring a fish habitat in the Eel River watershed, and how to get kids intersted in engineering.
  • Between rehabilitating California Condors and building the Redwood Skywalk, the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation stays busy. "We do a lot of fun stuff, dreaming big, creating new things, and maintaining those things," says Ashley Osia, who is the zoo's Director of Community Engagement.
  • In this episode of Talk Humboldt, Maier tells Keith Flamer and Tom Jackson about the role of local brewpubs in communities, the laborious process of brewing beer, and how Six Rivers Brewery became California's second woman-owned brewery.
  • As a guitar builder and restorationist, Walker is a true believer in the craftmanship from guitar-making's golden era. As such, when a guitar from the late 1920s or early 1930s needs repair, he's the go-to person. Using vintage 'bar frets' on the neck is his specialty. "I'm one of two or the world that does that system." It's complicated and labor-intensive, but his love of these priceless instruments is in full view. "I'm a firm believer that these are the best guitars that were ever made." While some of these instruments come from collections and guitar brokers, he finds satisfaction in keeping musical heirlooms playable.
  • In this episode of Talk Humboldt with Keith and Tom, Hollenbeck shares how the Blue Ox began, what it's like working with veterans, and how he handles his newfound fame.
  • In this episode of Talk Humboldt with Keith and Tom, Arroyo talks about the job of supervisor, the 'boring but important' details that shape life in Humboldt, and why she appreciates the Coast Guard.
  • Humboldt County has played many roles onscreen, including Wyoming, Scotland, and a forest moon named Endor. So when Hollywood comes to town, they need a local expert.
  • The dilapidated building at the edge of Old Town was one of Eureka’s sorest spots. Drug busts and overdoses were so common that it was unofficially referred to as "The Heroin Hilton." But with help from people looking for job training and a fresh start, it will soon be reborn as a traveler’s hostel, known for now as the "Skyhorse International Hostel".
  • In this episode, Social Worker Chessy Jones from Wild Souls Ranch walks Keith and Tom through the ranch to meet the herd and shines a light on how they use horses as healers.