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No Esperes, Evacua: Preguntas y Conversación
NorCal Public Media, en asociación con el Departamento de Manejo de Emergencias del Condado de Sonoma, presenta una discusión especial sobre las consecuencias de la vacilación en la evacuación. Los panelistas incluyen a Ben Nicholls, Jefe de división de CAL FIRE, Unidad Sonoma-Lake-Napa; Misti Wood,...
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Don't Wait, Evacuate: Questions & Conversation
NorCal Public Media, in partnership with the Sonoma County Department of Emergency Management, presents a special panel discussion on the consequences of evacuation hesitation. Panelists include Ben Nicholls, CAL FIRE Division Chief, Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit; Misti Wood, Community Engagement Liaison fo...
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PSA de Preparación para el Fuego: "Alertas y Evacuaciones"
Los desastres ocurren, así que tenemos que estar preparados. Envíe su código postal a 888777 para inscribirse en las alertas de Nixle, y puede inscribirse en SoCo Alert visitando socoalert.com . Asegúrese de saber dónde sintonizar la radio para obtener información sobre desastres, y tener una radio...
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Fire Preparedness PSA: Alerts & Evacuations
Disasters happen, so we need to be prepared. Text your zip code to 888777 to sign up for Nixle alerts, and you can sign up for SoCo Alert by visiting socoalert.com . Be sure you know where to tune in for information about disasters, and have an AM/FM battery operated or hand-crank radio to help you...
El Condado de Sonoma y las ciudades incorporadas han establecido zonas de evacuación estandarizadas. En el pasado, las zonas de evacuación eran diferentes para cada incidente, pero ahora su zona seguirá siendo la misma. Aprenda la zona de su hogar y de su trabajo. Cuando salga una alerta, podrá ente...
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Fire Preparedness PSA: "Know Your Zone"
Sonoma County and its incorporated cities have established standardized evacuation zones. In the past, evacuation zones were different for each incident, but now your zone will remain mostly the same. Learn your zone for home and work. When an alert comes out, you will be able to understand if the a...
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PSA de Preparación para el Fuego: "Construir un Kit"
Para prepararse para un desastre, querrá construir un kit de suministros esenciales. Bolsas de preparación ante emergencias deben contener un mínimo de 72 horas de suministros esenciales, incluyendo agua, alimentos, medicamentos, cargador de teléfono, cobijas, lamparas, una máscara para el polvo o N...
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Fire Preparedness PSA: "Build a Kit"
To prepare for a disaster, you’ll want to build a kit of essential supplies. Personal Preparedness Go-Bags should contain a minimum of 72 hours’ worth of essential supplies, including emergency water, food, medications, phone charger, blankets, lights, a dust mask or N95 mask, and copies of importan...
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Bay Area Bountiful: Water and Wildfires
On this edition of Bay Area Bountiful, we take a look at Water and Wildfires. First, we look at the potential impact of the recent fires on endangered and threatened fish species native to our rivers and streams as well as the ongoing conservation efforts to protect them. Then, we visit a wastewater...
The endangered coho salmon that inhabit the Russian River watershed are fighting for their survival. What threat do recent California wildfires pose to these fish and what are conservationists doing to save the coho from extinction? Watch this Bay Area Bountiful video to find out. (Producer-Director...
Gleidson Martins of News UpNOW reports for NorCal Public Media on animal shelters taking animal evacuations and rescues during the Glass Fire.
The high cost of real estate in the Bay Area has made buying a home out of reach for many Sonoma County residents. Nonprofit Habitat for Humanity is starting to employ pre-fab building techniques on its local projects in an effort to reduce building costs and increase the availability of affordable...
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KRCB/KBBF Facebook Live Event
On October 2, 2018, KRCB and KBBF provided this live stream of a special community event examining our community one year after the North Bay Fires.
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Stories from the Fire: MUSIC
Musician Eki Shola, who lost her home in the 2017 Sonoma County fires, is among a group of local musicians who have recorded music to help heal those recovering after the disaster. The music is part of a benefit cd recorded at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati that will provide instruments to those who...
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Stories from the Fire: ART
Three local artists, whose work is featured in the Museum of Sonoma County exhibition, "From the Fire: A Community Reflects and Rebuilds" talk about the impact of the wildfires on their artistic process.
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Fire Recovery Reporting
Since the October 2017 North Bay Fires, Northern California Public Media has been reporting on the recovery of the community. From housing challenges to mental health and self expression, this video excerpts 13 different selected reports to give an overview of our reporting initiative. Find out more...
On the night of the October wildfires, many Spanish speakers in our community were left to make life or death decisions with little to no information in their language. "Los Olvidados" tells the story of how our public institutions largely forgot about the Spanish-speaking community during this disa...
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From the Fire
Northern California Public Media News Director Steve Mencher and Museum of Sonoma County Director Jeff Nathanson visit three local artists whose work is featured in the museum's exhibition, "From the Fire: A Community Reflects and Rebuilds."
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The New Normal: Visions of Healing
This special looks at our community one year after the October fires that killed 44 and obliterated neighborhoods in Santa Rosa and the surrounding towns. We visit musicians, poets and visual artists who are trying to represent the calamity in ways that promote resiliency, and talk with members of t...
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Living with Fire Symposium - Speaker: ALEXANDRA SYPHARD
Alexandra Syphard is a research ecologist who investigates landscape change that results from the interplay between human and natural disturbances, especially wildfire, urban development, and climate change.
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Living With Fire Symposium- DISCUSSION: Panel 1
Alexandra Syphard, David Ackerly, and Leroy Westerling answer questions from the audience during the discussion portion of the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University.
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Living With Fire Symposium- Speaker: LISA MICHELI
Lisa Micheli discusses Pepperwood and the research being conducted by the organization at the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University. Micheli speaks about partnerships in Sonoma County and the results of their work.
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Living With Fire Symposium- Speaker: LEROY WESTERLING
Leroy Westerling discusses how different ecosystems respond to wild fire at the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University. Westerling talks about his research of California’s Central and North Coast Ranges.
Caerleon Safford discusses pathways to a fire adapted future at the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University. Safford focuses on the role of fire safe councils and Firewise communities.
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Living With Fire Symposium- DISCUSSION: Panel 3
Caerleon Safford, Ben Nicholls, and Yana Valachovic answer questions from the audience during the discussion portion of the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University.
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Living With Fire Symposium- DISCUSSION: Panel 2
Sarah McCaffrey, Lisa Micheli, Jeff Kane, and Will Harling answer questions from the audience during the discussion portion of the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University.
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Living With Fire Symposium- Speaker: BEN NICHOLLS
CAL Fire Division Chief Ben Nicholls discusses defensible space at the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University. Nicholls explains how to control ignition near a home.
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Living With Fire Symposium- Speaker: WILL HARLING
Will Harling discusses the public’s relationship with fire at the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University. Harling looks at how to embrace fire as a resource in the future.
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Living With Fire Symposium- Speaker: YANA VALACHOVIC
Yana Valachovic discusses home design and retrofitting techniques for wild fire defense at the ‘Living With Fire’ Symposium at Sonoma State University. Valachovic highlights different methods to best prepare a home.
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Where Will They Go? Homelessness in Santa Rosa
Camp Michela/Last Chance Camp is a homeless encampment in the Roseland area of Santa Rosa. After the North Bay Fires, many people found themselves without any place to stay. The homeless population in the area has grown steadily. Municipal and County governments keep moving the homeless from one are...

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