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MHz Worldview
MHz Worldview is a national U.S. channel presenting international news and entertainment, and can now be seen nightly on KPJK TV in the South Bay.
KCSM becomes KPJK
Concerned about the possible loss of public television station KCSM in San Mateo, the Board of PBS/NPR member station KRCB has purchased and is now operating KCSM TV. 53 years of service to the Bay Area will endure through this partnership.
The Morning Show on KRCB FM Radio 91
With Brian Griffith, Weekday Mornings from 9:00am-Noon On top of great music to elevate the mood of your weekday mornings, Brian has artist interviews and live in-studio performances as well as hourly NPR news.
North Bay Firestorm Listening Project
Northwest Prep Charter School in Santa Rosa is encouraging the public to record personal stories about the October 2017 Firestorm. Find out more about how you can participate.

Environment

Vineyard

North Bay Farm Shows Some Agriculture Can Help the Earth

The Global Climate Action Summit just concluded last week in San Francisco. One of the topics brought up, was severe habitat loss across the State of California. According to the University of California Davis, over a quarter of California’s land mass is used for agriculture. This leaves little space for bugs, birds and other animals. KRCB reporter Adia White visited DaVero Family Farms and Winery to find out how the farm is hoping to bring back some of California’s natural habitat while…

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Reflection AFter Fire

"Reflections After the Fire" Aims to Ease Trauma Through Art

Sonoma State University is hosting an art exhibit on the aftermath of October’s wildfires. These pieces are displayed in the campus’ library gallery. KRCB’s Adia White went to see the exhibit, titled “Reflections After the Fire”. She tells us how it’s intended to help our community cope with trauma. Jerry Dodrill took photographs of lawn sculptures spared by the fires. Photo Credit: Adia WhiteTawnya Lively's Mosaic Work. Photo Credit: Adia White

Science & Health

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Mendocino Company Uses Goats to Reduce Wildfire Risk

To reduce wildfire risk, it is important to clear tall grasses and shrubs from your property. The Meadow Drive neighborhood of Redwood Valley was hard hit by last year’s fires. Now, scorched oaks provide shade for dry grass that has grown about four feet tall. Reporter Sarah Reith met with a contract grazer who is…

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North Bay Residents March for Climate, Jobs and Justice

Governor Jerry Brown is hosting the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco this week. On Saturday over 30,000 people marched to San Francisco’s Civic Center to voice their hopes for climate action ahead of this week’s summit. Reporter Adia White followed a group of North Bay residents to the…
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Sebastopol Peace Wall Adds Ellsberg, Huerta, and Two Locals

On a sunny Saturday afternoon, a crowd of about 200 gathered in Sebastopol’s town plaza to honor men and women who have worked nonviolently for peace and justice. It was the fourth annual induction…
Vineyard

North Bay Farm Shows Some Agriculture Can Help the Earth

The Global Climate Action Summit just concluded last week in San Francisco. One of the topics brought up, was severe habitat loss across the State of California. According to the University of…
Goats hard at work

Mendocino Company Uses Goats to Reduce Wildfire Risk

To reduce wildfire risk, it is important to clear tall grasses and shrubs from your property. The Meadow Drive neighborhood of Redwood Valley was hard hit by last year’s fires. Now, scorched oaks…
Reflection AFter Fire

"Reflections After the Fire" Aims to Ease Trauma Through Art

Sonoma State University is hosting an art exhibit on the aftermath of October’s wildfires. These pieces are displayed in the campus’ library gallery. KRCB’s Adia White went to see the exhibit, titled…

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