Our podcast "Living Downstream" is the recipient of the 2022 Edward R. Murrow Award and has been named by the Global Center for Climate Justice as one of "Five Climate Justice Podcasts You Need to Follow." Wow: https://bit.ly/2Xkbs0D
Listen to some recent episodes! Generations in Houston's Fifth Ward Contend with Contamination, Cancer Clusters will break your heart, and perhaps solidify your resolve to make change. The Sea Next Door is told in true partnership with the community living near California's Salton Sea, an environmental powder keg, where the state has no idea how to avoid a coming health disaster.
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Sonoma County news stories featuring the latest in breaking news, county government, elections, environment, cultural happenings, and updates on your communities, from Petaluma to Cloverdale, and from Sonoma to Bodega Bay, and everyplace in between.
Subscribe to the Sonoma County First News podcast through our website, the NorCal Mobile App, NPR Podcasts, NPR One, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
KRCB is proud to partner with Jack Hines … environmental advocate and soundscape ecologist, to present the sounds of nature in the North Bay … listen for Chinook salmon swimming to spawn, birds at dawn at Ledson Marsh, and Pacific Tree Frogs. These soundscapes are created to make you stop and listen … and start your own conversations.
Ear to the Wild soundscapes are created to put you in a calm centered space, a quiet sanctuary that helps melt away stress. Soundscapes are a quiet world, a natural resource, the stillness of the mind.
All Ear to the Wild recordings are captured with professional recording equipment. Recording sites and microphone placement are carefully selected to provide the listener with a rich auditory perspective.