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Northern Elephant Seals Take Over Drake's Beach at Point Reyes

Every year in the winter, the Northern Elephant Seal makes the California coast its home to breed and raise its young.This year, one colony at Point Reyes National Seashore is doing something researchers haven’t seen before. Reporter Adia White has the story. (Image Right: A young male Elephant Seal takes a nap in the Drake's Beach parking lot.) (Image Left: Click for a slide show of Drake's Beach. Credit: Adia White)



'Zero Waste' on KRCB TV in the North Bay - Jan 22; We Revisit Radio Report

January 22 at 9 pm on KRCB TV 22, we present the film "Racing to Zero: In Pursuit of Zero Waste." This "film festival favorite" examines San Francisco's attempt to change the city's approach to garbage, diverting 100 percent of its waste away from landfills. The private company at the forefront of…


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Local Agencies Address Flood Control on Russian River

Winter storms are taking a toll on River Road near Geyserville. On Tuesday, The county authorized 250,000 dollars as an emergency fix. In the midst of all the rain, Reporter Adia White travelled to Lake Sonoma to learn about what local agencies are doing to mitigate the risk of flooding on the…

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