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Center for Environmental Reporting

 
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Bay Area Bountiful Celebrates Black Owned Businesses
For February, Bay Area Bountiful celebrates Black History Month with local leaders who are making history. From volunteers at the Sonoma County Black Forum feeding families with food insecurity to Black-owned restaurants embracing sustainable culinary practices to established Black entrepreneurs in...
On this edition of Bay Area Bountiful, we look at some of the many contributions science and scientists make to our society. We visit San Francisco’s California Academy of Sciences where vital research is being conducted on the coronavirus pandemic. We take a virtual dive in the Monterey Bay Aquariu...
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Climate Action Short Story
Youth leaders in Sunrise Movement Sonoma County are fighting for a climate-safe future for all people, and for policy that will create millions of good, green jobs. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, they had to figure out how to adapt their work to a virtual landscape and continue their fight to stop...
Youth leaders in Sunrise Movement Sonoma County are fighting for a climate-safe future for all people, and for policy that will create millions of good, green jobs. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, they had to figure out how to adapt their work to a virtual landscape and continue their fight to stop...
Recycled water is a very important part of overall water management and water conservation, especially when climate change can result in extreme heat, drought, and wildfires. When recycled water is used for agricultural and urban irrigation, it reduces the need to use surface water or groundwater fo...
This segment from Bay Area Bountiful: A Home for Honeybees is about saving the world through art and playfulness. It shows a glimpse into the work of Matthew Willey, who is painting 50,000 honeybees in murals around the world. We focus in on a mural at Janney Elementary School in Washington D.C., wh...
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Biodiversity and Social Diversity: A Resilient Food System
When we talk about resilience in agriculture, we often talk about biodiversity -- how growing many different types of plants and crops together makes a farming operation stronger. The same could be said of our entire food and agriculture system -- in who is farming our food, and how many people are...
California is a wealth of wool and natural fiber production. With such a bounty of material to create yarn, textiles, and clothing products, where does this fit in with the global fashion industry? In this story, we visit a sheep farmer raising sustainable wool to make fiber products, and a fashion...
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Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley
The Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley rescues and rehabilitates wildlife, as well as educates the public about how to coexist with our wild neighbors. Produced by Isabel Fischer Audio Engineer and Recordist: Anthony Garcia Narration: Adia White Additional Footage: Rick Bacigalupi Special Thanks: Lau...
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Capturing Flavor
Taste. Along with smell, it’s one of the first sensations experienced when eating a cheese. In this story, cheese enthusiast Michael O’Brien helps us discover how different cheeses get their unique flavors – from the soil and climate of the region, which affects quality of the milk, to the methods b...
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Farmer Panel - After the Fire (Gravenstein Apple Fair 2018)
Clark Wolfe from Bee-Well Farms leads a group discussion with Let's Go Farm, HALTER, and Fire Chief Tony Gossner about how farms in the North Bay are adapting to life after the 2017 North Bay Wildfires.
Farm to Pantry is a volunteer-based organization in Sonoma County that is dedicated to providing the community with free fresh food that might otherwise go to waste. Volunteers glean fruit, vegetables, and nuts on farms and private properties throughout the county, and bring the food to organization...

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