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Bay Area Bountiful Short Story 3-1
Cascade Ranch is a 418-acre farm just north of Pie Ranch in the ancestral homeland of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band. Under the leadership of Leonard Diggs, the Cascade Regenerator Program plans to create a regenerative landscape where a multiracial group of farmers, ranchers, and land stewards will ha...
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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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Scientists to the Rescue Short Story
Scientists are working hard to meet a variety of global challenges. Learn more about the important work being carried out at the California Academy of Sciences to combat the Coronavirus Pandemic. (Producer-Director: Joshua Dylan Mellars)
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The Ocean Planet Short Story
Take a dive in the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Kelp Forest Exhibit to learn the pivotal role this ecosystem plays for our planet. (Producer-Director: Joshua Dylan Mellars)
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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...

Underage Vaping Epidemic

November 21, 2019

Vaping: What You Don't Know Can Kill You

Welcome to our hour-long special on underage vaping, “What You Don’t Know Can Kill You.” This program is supported by Sonoma County's Office of Health Services. We also worked closely with Sonoma West Publishers, and publisher Rollie Atkinson on the program. You can listen to the entire hour just…
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SR Symphony on the Air

April 21, 2020

Santa Rosa Symphony, Passion and Power in 2018 Debut

As we shelter in place, enjoy a musical treat from the Santa Rosa Symphony archives. Join us for this special broadcast Sunday, April 26 at 3 pm. By special arrangement with the orchestra, we were able to stream this concert throughout the month of May. We're no longer able to present it on the…
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March 11, 2020

New Symphony, Rach 3 and Happy Birthday Beethoven

[Editor's Note: The Santa Rosa Symphony concerts at Green Music Center scheduled for March 21 through 23 have been postponed. More details here.] On Sunday, March 15 at 3 pm, KRCB FM Radio 91 broadcast the most recent concert from the Santa Rosa Symphony. The February concert begins with a birthday…
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January 31, 2020

Simone Porter Thrills Audience in Sibelius Violin Concerto - Sunday at 3pm

On the program recorded the weekend of January 11 through 13, we’ll be hearing a work written in 2013 by Missy Mazzoli called Sinfonia (for Orbiting Spheres). Missy Mazzoli is in her second season as composer in residence at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. We’ll also hear the Symphony Number Two by…
December 30, 2019

Santa Rosa Symphony, SSU Chorus Shine in Mozart Requiem

On Sunday, January 5 at 3 pm join KRCB and host Steve Mencher for a broadcast of the Santa Rosa Symphony performing Mozart's Requiem in D minor, K.626. This is Mozart's final work; it was unfinished at his death. In the past, orchestras have used a version of the piece completed by Mozart's pupil…
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December 02, 2019

Béla Fleck Wows Santa Rosa in Fire-Shortened Concert

Banjo master Béla Fleck came to town as hundreds of thousands in Sonoma County returned to their homes on the heels of the Kincade fire. Due to limited rehearsal time, the orchestra played only one of the four movements of Aaron Copland's Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo. But Fleck played every note…
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October 25, 2019

Beethoven and Strauss Featured in Opening Concert

(Editor's Note: We are pleased to announce that the broadcast of the first classical concert from the Santa Rosa Symphony, which few people were able to hear because of damage to our transmitter during the first days of the Kincade Fire, has been rescheduled to 3:00 pm Sunday, December 22. This is…
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Fire Recovery & Youth Health

September 17, 2019

Trauma Threatens To Impact School Attendance In Paradise

Driving to Paradise, you will pass a memorial for the more than 80 people who died in the Camp Fire. The crosses sit on a small knoll off Skyway, the four-lane road between Paradise and Chico. Almost everyone in town used this road to evacuate last November. The students in Paradise Unified School…
September 16, 2019

Paradise School Counselors Address High Rates of PTSD Among Students

Clinical social worker Laura Besser points to a mural outside the administration office at the new Paradise Elementary School. The students were relocated to this campus, which used to be the middle school, after their elementary school burned down in the Camp Fire. In the center of the mural is…
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September 14, 2019

Educators Use Poetry to Help Kids Talk About Trauma

Kids at Schaefer Elementary write their poems. Credit: Margo Perin. Third-grade teacher, Tracy Henry, points to an American flag hanging in her classroom at Schaefer Elementary. The flag is melted along the edges, it shows just how hot the classroom got when the Tubbs fire swept through Santa Rosa…
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September 13, 2019

Fire Recovery & Youth Health

The California Army National Guard clears debris in Paradise, California. Credit: U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Crystal Housman)On the night of October 8, 2017, the Tubbs, Nuns and Pocket fires swept through Northern California, destroying more than three thousand homes, leveling…
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September 03, 2019

Housing Insecurity Is Taking a Toll on Youth’s Health

Miranda Hernandez and her mom, Adelina, stand inside their new home. Credit: Adia White. Standing in the Fountaingrove neighborhood, you can see the scar of the Tubbs fire stretch across the hillside. Two years later, the trees are still charred and the sounds of reconstruction are constant. Among…
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August 23, 2019

October 2017 Wildfires Are Affecting Crucial Health Programs

Image: Ashley Vejar and son Angel. Photo courtesy of the subject. Kemberly Mahiri shows me one of the hundreds of thank you cards she and other counselors for Sonoma County's Teen Parent Program have received. “It just chokes me up every single time,” Mahiri tells me. The program currently has a…
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