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Pacific Crest Trail Association

Happy Trails | Tuesday, June 11

This morning Michael Kauffamnn and I spoke with Ian Nelson of the Pacific Crest Trail Association. The PCTA is in charge of managing this trail that goes from the Mexican border to the Canadian border. More info on this amazing national treasure at pcta.org.


What Goes Up Must Come Down

Humboldt Bay Watch | Thursday, June 13

We had some record-tying warm temperatures this past week here along the coast! Troy Nicolini from NOAA assures us that we'll be getting back to our more typical Humboldt Summer weather here soon


An Update from the Folks Fighting to Protect the Headwaters of the Mattole

Humboldt Hot Mic | Wednesday, June 12

Ellen Taylor and Gabrielle Ward have been working to preserve the Mattole Headwaters for over thirty years. In fact, Ellen (now 77 years old) was arrested, along side other Septuagenarian friends, this past Monday when they attempted to block passage of logging trucks heading towards Rainbow Ridge. Gabreille and Ellen talk about Lost Coast League's efforts to re-define the Mattole Headwaters as a "High Conservation Value Forest." They also are challenging the interpretation of sustainable forestry practices to consider the impact and relationship to climate change.


No Pardon Releases their Brand New Album This Upcoming Weekend

Live at KHUM | Thursday, April 25

Chris Parreira, Rosalind Parducci and Amber Grimes came into the KHUM studio during Local Lunch. Hear them play some brand new tracks and perform a few songs off their new album 'Whispers.' The new album officially comes out this weekend. They'll be performing at the Works on Friday, Westhaven Center for the Arts on Saturday and the Siren's Song Tavern on Sunday. You can pre-order the new album at nopardon.com


Family Ceramics Classes in Arcata

Not For Kids Only | Thursday, June 13

Heather Schmidt is the Recreation Supervisor for the City of Arcata. She talked to us today about the Family Ceramics classes the city is now offering. Arcata residents can sign up for a 6 week class and make things with their people for $70 a family.