Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project on KMUD, 11/25/20
Nate Madsen from the Lost Coast League and special guests David Simpson and Richard Gienger discuss Forest Stewardship Council certified sustainable forestry products, and their concerns with the program in regards to Rainbow Ridge in southern Humboldt County.
Sustainable Forestry Journalism Project on KMUD, 09/23/20
ISF hosts an in-depth discussion with Humboldt County tribal representatives. Topics include sustainable forest management, wildfire, forest certification, and Rainbow Ridge.
- Wendell Freeman, Tribal Council Treasurer, Bear River Tribe
- Hank Brenard, ENR Director, Bear River Tribe
- Adam Canter, Natural Resource Specialist, Wiyot Tribe
Sure gets tough making sense of so much all at once and over lifetimes. Right now we are in the beginning throes of dealing with a virus that already is affecting millions around the world with not just threat of sickness or death but the disruption of multiple layers, numbers, and types of relationships and supply chains that humankind depends on. is context is daunting for moving forward on “Diggin’ In” #63.
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ISF Radio Hour on KMUD, 12/30/19
Chip Tittmann and Gray Shaw discuss biochar and sustainable forestry in the latest monthly installment of ISF hour. Special guest David Simpson talks about Rainbow Ridge. ISF Radio Hour airs on “Monday Night Talk” at 7PM on the fifth Monday of the month on KMUD radio, 91.1 FM / kmud.org