Darren LaShelle

Darren LaShelle

Darren LaShelle
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Sonoma Inspired: Upside Dance Company

Sonoma Inspired: Upside Dance Company

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Tanya Tolmasoff choreographs contemporary dance inspired by, and performed within, the dramatic landscapes of Sonoma County. The Upside Dance Company's work is defined by the towering redwoods, the meanering streams and waterways and the beauty of th...
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Sonoma Inspired: Bruce Johnson

Sonoma Inspired: Bruce Johnson

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Bruce Johnson is a sculptor/craftsman who works with redwood material. These "elders" of Sonoma County serve as his inspiration for pieces that exude the energy and vitality of the region. These falled trees become masterpieces in the hands of this s...
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Sonoma Inspired: Peter Krohn

Sonoma Inspired: Peter Krohn

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Peter Krohn is in the forefront of a new artform - "scanography." Using a high quality scanner, Krohn arranges natural material including fruits, vegetables and flowers. These "blessings of the Earth" spring from the soil of Sonoma County and become...
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Sonoma Inspired: Erik Castro

Sonoma Inspired: Erik Castro

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Erik Castro is a photojournalist that takes beautiful and thought-provoking images of the fields and vineyards of Sonoma County and the people who work in these environments. The photos appreciate the individuals, as well as the place, and inspire Ca...
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Brian Vaughn is the Director of the Sonoma County Department of Health Services Health Policy, Planning and Evaluation (HPPE) Division

Brian Vaughn is the Director of the Sonoma County Department of Health Services Health Policy, Plann...

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Brian Vaugh explains the findings of the PORTRAIT OF SONOMA COUNTY, a data-based research effort to target the health disparities of our region. What do the findings tell us? And what can we do to create more healthcare equity in Sonoma County?
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Building on Community Assets: Healthy Retail

Building on Community Assets: Healthy Retail

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The Healthy Retail Project is an innovative initiative in Sonoma County that is working to create a healthy food environment. In Windsor, a coalition of non-profit, government and community groups have joined forces to help improve the health of the...
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Changing California Electorate

Changing California Electorate

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The electorate of California is changing. Race, age and levels of civic participation and engagement are always in flux. Dr. Andrew Merrifield of Sonoma State University and Lynda Roberts, Marin County Registrar, explain the shifting demographics and...
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California's Motor Voter Act

California's Motor Voter Act

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California has passed a Motor Voter Act, but the implementation of the registering citizens to vote while getting a driver's license has been delayed. What is the current status of Motor Voter in the State of California? Dr. Andrew Merrifield of Sono...
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Proposition AA: Regional Bay Area Ballot Issue

Proposition AA: Regional Bay Area Ballot Issue

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Prop AA is a measure proposed to collect a parcel tax from voters in a nine-county area. The funds from Prop AA will support the reclamation of wetland areas around the Bay, and provide public access. Who is for the measure and who is opposed? How mu...
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Sober Circle: Finding Solutions to Addiction

Sober Circle: Finding Solutions to Addiction

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In Sonoma County, substance abuse and addiction have a negative impact on community health. Some forms of addiction are on the rise. Other forms of addiction like alcoholism, when paired with homelessness, create a health problem and a law enforcemen...
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Finding Solutions to Homelessness: Bridging the Disconnect between Service Providers and the Business Community

Finding Solutions to Homelessness: Bridging the Disconnect between Service Providers and the Busines...

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In Guerneville, California, the banks of the Russian River have become a gathering place for those facing homelessness. The homeless population in Guerneville is four times the per capita rate of San Francisco, and three times the national average. A...
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Encontrando Soluciones En Un Pueblo Pequeño ...

Encontrando Soluciones En Un Pueblo Pequeño...

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Encontrando Soluciones En Un Pueblo Pequeño Para Las Personas Sin Vivienda: En Guerneville, California, a orillas del río de Rusia se han convertido en un lugar de reunión para los que se enfrentan las personas sin hogar. La población sin hogar en Gu...
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Bioneers 2015: Building Green Blocs and Justice Bioneers

Bioneers 2015: Building Green Blocs and Justice Bioneers

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As one of the nation’s greatest change-makers, former California State Senator Tom Hayden will describe the political evolution of California’s pace-setting clean energy economy as a model for a Green Bloc of states. Nationally and globally, Californ...
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Bioneers 2015: Junior Walk - Youth Leadership

Bioneers 2015: Junior Walk - Youth Leadership

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Junior Walk, a Brower Youth Award Winner, discusses his involvement with the Appalachian resistance to the coal mining industry and mountain-top removal. This speech was given at the 2015 Bioneers Annual Conference. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as...
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Bioneers 2015: Crowdsourcing the Feminine Intelligence of the Planet

Bioneers 2015: Crowdsourcing the Feminine Intelligence of the Planet

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Growing up in rural Wisconsin, Jensine Larsen scoured news publications for the voices of women teachers. When she couldn’t find them, at 19 she took off for the Amazon, where she gathered stories and shared them back home through outlets such as NPR...
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Bioneers 2015: Reclaiming Our Indigeneity and Our Place in Modern Society

Bioneers 2015: Reclaiming Our Indigeneity and Our Place in Modern Society

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Eriel Deranger, a tireless, passionate activist for the rights of Indigenous people, Communications Coordinator of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN), a community of 1,200 people living downstream from the largest industrial project on the p...
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Bioneers 2015: Andy Lipkis - Navigating Adaptation and Resilience

Bioneers 2015: Andy Lipkis - Navigating Adaptation and Resilience

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As founder and President of L.A.’s legendary TreePeople, Andy Lipkis has brought visionary solutions to the once-poster child of municipal environmental dysfunction. Inventing the citizen forestry movement and engaging hundreds of thousands of Angele...
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Judgment in Paris: Federal Climate Change Legislation

Judgment in Paris: Federal Climate Change Legislation

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Representative Mike Thompson discussed the history of climate change legislation, specifically on the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 and the events leading from then to the historic agreement in Paris during the Leadership Institute's...
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Bioneers 2015: Malik Yakini (introduced by Greg Watson)

Bioneers 2015: Malik Yakini (introduced by Greg Watson)

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Malik Yakini, Founder and Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, talks about urban agriculture and the positive effect it can have on community health and empowerment.
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(Short Video) Mipso on Radio 91 KRCB FM

(Short Video) Mipso on Radio 91 KRCB FM

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Mipso sings "Down in the Water" in the Radio 91 live studio. The renegade traditionalists of Mipso are doing their part to take three-part harmony and Appalachian influences into new territory. Formed in Chapel Hill in 2010, these four North Carolini...

Mipso on Radio 91 KRCB FM

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Mipso sings "Down in the Water" in the Radio 91 live studio. The renegade traditionalists of Mipso are doing their part to take three-part harmony and Appalachian influences into new territory. Formed in Chapel Hill in 2010, these four North Carolini...
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North Bay Bountiful: Geothermal Energy

North Bay Bountiful: Geothermal Energy

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Jim Kluesener, Vice President Geothermal Region for Calpine, explains how “The Geysers” geothermal energy complex works. What is the geology? What are the cost savings compared to traditional carbon energy sources? What is the process?
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Early Literacy Builds Life Long Learning

Early Literacy Builds Life Long Learning

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Children are born ready and able to learn. It is never too early to start reading together. Not only is reading fun, research shows young children who spend time reading with their families enter kindergarten better prepared. Tips include: reading al...

The Importance of Parental Involvement

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KRCB North Bay Public Media and First 5 Sonoma County explain the importance of parental involvement in the cognitive development of children. Strong directed and educationally-focused parental involvement, in collaboration with a high quality Early...

Social Advocates for Youth: Addressing Fears and Gaining Buy-in for the Dream Center

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How do people come together to create positive change in our community? Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) was founded in 1971 to serve homeless youth with housing and career development opportunities. As the need grew for larger facilities and expande...

SAY - Defensores Sociales de la Juventud

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CONSTRUCCIÓN DE UN CENTRO DE SUEÑO ¿Cómo llegan a la gente para crear un cambio positivo en nuestra comunidad ? Defensores Sociales para los Jóvenes ( SAY) fue fundada en 1971 para servir a los jóvenes sin hogar con las oportunidades de vivienda y de...
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Farm to Table: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

Farm to Table: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

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Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart own Farm to Table restaurant ZAZU Kitchen + Farm, located at the Barlow in Sebastopol, California. The Chefs give a tour of one their three Sonoma County farms and show how their farming inspires their menu. (Direc...
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Seasonality: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

Seasonality: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

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Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart own Farm to Table restaurant ZAZU Kitchen + Farm, located at the Barlow in Sebastopol, California. On a tour of their Sonoma County farm, the chefs talk about their special ingredients: fresh locally sourced food s...
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Simple Style: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

Simple Style: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

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Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart own Farm to Table restaurant ZAZU Kitchen + Farm, located at the Barlow in Sebastopol, California. The chefs give a tour of their Sonoma County farm and show how they celebrate their “simple” cooking style with loc...

Access to Quality Early Childhood Education

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KRCB North Bay Public Media and First 5 Sonoma County explore the dynamic between access to high quality early childhood education and a lifetime of better economic stability and health outcomes.
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Preston of Dry Creek: Farm Trails

Preston of Dry Creek: Farm Trails

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Lou Preston talks about the certified organic farm and vineyard at Preston of Dry Creek. From livestock to grain innovations, Preston welcomes the public to explore their property, visit the farm store and learn about innovations in agriculture. "Its...
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McClelland Dairy: Farm Trails

McClelland Dairy: Farm Trails

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Jana McClelland of McClelland Dairy discusses their multi-generational dairy operation. From newborn calves to mature milking cows, visitors can meet the animals and learn about sustainable farming practices. "We really want to share with consumers e...
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Laguna Farm: Farm Trails

Laguna Farm: Farm Trails

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Jennifer Branham explains how Laguna Farm connects to community through their 400+ plus member CSA program (Community Shared/Supported Agriculture), public tours, farm store, workshops and demonstrations. "I love the work I do, and I also love that i...
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Farm Trails Weekend

Farm Trails Weekend

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Weekend Along the Farm Trails was started as a way to celebrate the harvest and also to bring the public to the farms so they can meet the farmers, see the animals, ask questions about the equipment and experience all that goes into producing their f...
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Garden Skills: Jail Industries Agriculture Program

Garden Skills: Jail Industries Agriculture Program

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From classroom, garden to community the participants of the Jail Industries Agriculture Program learn gardening and woodworking skills. Listen to their stories as they experience hands on training with growing California native and drought tolerant p...
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Plant Sales: Jail Industries Agriculture Program

Plant Sales: Jail Industries Agriculture Program

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In 1994 the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and the Sonoma County Office of Education created the Jail Industries Agricultural Program. The Program has several plant sales open to the public and educates the inmates with skills in gardening with Calif...
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King and Queen of Pork: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

King and Queen of Pork: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

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Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart own Farm to Table restaurant ZAZU Kitchen + Farm, located at the Barlow in Sebastopol, California. During a tour of their Sonoma County farm, “The King and Queen of Pork,” talk about why they believe in serving ple...
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Chicken Roost: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

Chicken Roost: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

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Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart own Farm to Table restaurant ZAZU Kitchen + Farm, located at the Barlow in Sebastopol, California. The chefs give a tour of the chicken roost on their Sonoma County farm and discuss why its important diners know wh...
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Snout to Tail: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

Snout to Tail: ZAZU Kitchen + Farm

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Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart own Farm to Table restaurant ZAZU Kitchen + Farm, located at the Barlow in Sebastopol, California. The chefs give a tour of one of their Sonoma County farms and explain their “snout to tail” cooking philosophy. (Di...
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 Take a Walk on the Wild (Edibles) Side - California Matters

Take a Walk on the Wild (Edibles) Side - California Matters

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Follow Mark Bittman as he takes a walk on the wild side with two UC Berkeley researchers as they pick and taste edible weeds from the streets of Oakland. By collecting data on their interactive website, Philip Stark and Tom Carlson want to boost awar...
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The Roots of Organic Farming on Campus - California Matters

The Roots of Organic Farming on Campus - California Matters

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Tag along with Mark Bittman as he explores the lush 30-acre farm at UC Santa Cruz. Since 1967, the institution has offered a hands-on apprenticeship program to people from all walks of life who are eager to hone their gardening skills. Learn about it...
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 Why California Matters - California Matters

Why California Matters - California Matters

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Since arriving at UC Berkeley to lecture at the Berkeley Food Institute, food journalist, author and former New York Times columnist Mark Bittman zig-zagged around California to meet a variety of University of California experts involved in everythin...
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What's the Buzz about Wild Bees? - California Matters

What's the Buzz about Wild Bees? - California Matters

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Hang out with Mark Bittman at the organic Full Belly Farm in Guinda, CA. UC Berkeley's Claire Kremen, a conservation biologist and faculty co-director of the Berkeley Food Institute, is an expert in pollination and diversified farming techniques. As...
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What Oysters Reveal about Sea Change - California Matters

What Oysters Reveal about Sea Change - California Matters

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Head out with ​M​ark Bittman as he braves the elements and cruises along the waters off of Marshall, CA. There, UC Davis researchers are helping local food producers like Hog Island. UC's Global Food Initiative: http://universityofcalifornia.edu/glob...
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Looking Behind the Kitchen Door - California Matters

Looking Behind the Kitchen Door - California Matters

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Sit down with Mark Bittman as he brunches with UC Berkeley's Saru Jayaraman to discuss her pioneering work with labor justice and the ongoing movement for change in the national restaurant industry. UC's Global Food Initiative: http://universityofcal...
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The Changing Faces of California Agriculture -California Matters

The Changing Faces of California Agriculture -California Matters

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California's Central Valley is home to the nation's largest Hmong farming community. Mark meets with UC Berkeley's Jennifer Sowerwine, who studies the cultural and ethnic dimensions of food security among Hmong farmers. Together, they discuss the cha...
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Serving Up School Lunches Of Tomorrow - California Matters

Serving Up School Lunches Of Tomorrow - California Matters

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Go back to school with Mark Bittman in San Francisco and step into a school cafeteria that’s piloting a new initiative that aims to engage kids to eat more healthful meals. UC's Global Food Initiative: http://universityofcalifornia.edu/global-food-in...
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Chop Suey's Next Wave - California Matters

Chop Suey's Next Wave - California Matters

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Take a tour with Mark Bittman through the history of Chinese-American cuisine with his guide, UC Irvine's Yong Chen, author of 'Chop Suey, USA: The Story of Chinese Food in America'. UC's Global Food Initiative: http://universityofcalifornia.edu/glob...
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 A Watchful Eye on Farm Families' Health - California Matters

A Watchful Eye on Farm Families' Health - California Matters

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Venture out into the fields of Salinas with Mark Bittman as he interviews UC Berkeley's Brenda Eskenazi. She leads the CHAMACOS study, which follows children born between 2000-2002 and assesses the impact of pesticides and other environmental chemica...
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TaraFirma Farms: Farm Shorts

TaraFirma Farms: Farm Shorts

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North Bay Bounitful Mobile - KRCB and Farm Shorts explore livestock rotation practices and how the soil can benefit from these practices.
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Singing Frog Farms: Farm Shorts

Singing Frog Farms: Farm Shorts

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North Bay Bounitful Mobile - Singing Frog Farms are experimenting with new practices to sequester carbon in the soil and growing bountiful hedgerows. They are also growing healthy foods for Northern California families.
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Green String Farms: Farm Shorts

Green String Farms: Farm Shorts

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North Bay Bounitful Mobile - Green String melds sustainable farming practices with a unique store concept. They are also in the forefront of offering internship programs so that young farmers and chefs can learn about best practices.
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Farmer Olympics: North Bay Bountiful

Farmer Olympics: North Bay Bountiful

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North Bay Bounitful Mobile - KRCB visited the Farmers Guild at the Sebastopol Grange for their first annual Farmer Olympics. A great day of fun, sharing and learning.
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Early Childhood Education - Short

Early Childhood Education - Short

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Health Connections explores the importance of Early Childhood Education.
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Windsor (Neighborhood Series)

Windsor (Neighborhood Series)

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Senior citizens often cannot get to medical appointments or pick up medicines due to lack of transportation or support services. Home healthcare may provide solutions. In Windsor, residents are trying new programs that are showing success.
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Sonoma Valley Springs (Neighborhood Series)

Sonoma Valley Springs (Neighborhood Series)

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Bilingual education can improve test scores and put students on a path to educational success.
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Rohnert Park (Neighborhood Series)

Rohnert Park (Neighborhood Series)

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Rohnert Park knows that childhood hunger is a problem in the community. Schools, city government and non-profit groups are partnering with private industry to find solutions to the problem.
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Healdsburg Housing (Neighborhood Series)

Healdsburg Housing (Neighborhood Series)

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Housing costs in the North Bay are rising. Health Connections looks at the situation in Healdsburg.
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Cloverdale (Neighborhood Series)

Cloverdale (Neighborhood Series)

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In Cloverdale, residents have banded together to create change. Working the city and neighborhood groups, citizens are creating new safe, recreational spaces for families and children.
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Building a Better Society: Burbank Housing

Building a Better Society: Burbank Housing

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Health Connections looks at the problem of affordable housing, and possible solutions.
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Building a Better Society

Building a Better Society

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Our society is searching for ways to create more equitable ways of treating our fellow human beings. This may mean finding new pathways to defining success and rethinking our current modes of government, pay scales, housing and educational institutio...
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Roy Rogers Radio 91 Live

Roy Rogers Radio 91 Live

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Singer-songwriter, Roy Rogers, appears live on KRCB FM Radio 91.
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Rainbow Girls Radio 91 Live

Rainbow Girls Radio 91 Live

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The Rainbow Girls appear on KRCB FM Radio 91 Live.
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Easy Leaves Radio 91 Live

Easy Leaves Radio 91 Live

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The Sonoma County duo performs live on KRCB Radio 91.
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Rohnert Park: Childhood Hunger (Neighborhood Series)

Rohnert Park: Childhood Hunger (Neighborhood Series)

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In Rohnert Park, city leaders understand that childhood hunger is a problem. Working from data collected for the health data report: A Portrait of Sonoma County, people from the non-profit, governmental and private sectors have come together to devel...
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 Cloverdale: Recreational Spaces (Neighborhood Series)

Cloverdale: Recreational Spaces (Neighborhood Series)

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In Cloverdale, community members have come together and are working with city leaders to develop safe places for families and children to gather and play. Safe spaces are important for recreatiion, enjoyment and overall community health.
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Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins  (Spanish)

Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins (Spanish)

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KRCB North Bay Public Media y la Biblioteca del Condado de Sonoma presentan Rumbo al hermoso norte de Luis Alberto Urrea — el libro del año de Sonoma County Reads. Para más información vaya a http://www.sonomalibrary.org .
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Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins

Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins

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Sonoma State University Professor, Nora Wilkins, reads from INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH by Luis Alberto Urrea. The book is this year's Sonoma County Reads selection. Join the discussion and find out more at sonomalibrary.org
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Sonoma County Reads - Michelle Santamaria

Sonoma County Reads - Michelle Santamaria

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Michelle Santamaria, a librarian from Sebastopol, reads from INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH. Join Michelle and others in the community in the reading of this book by Luis Alberto Urrea.

Sonoma County Reads - David Templeton

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Sonoma County writer, actor, director and critic David Templeton reads from the book INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH, the Sonoma County Reads 2015 book selection.

Sonoma County Reads - Armando Garcia-Davila

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Writer Armando Garcia-Davila reads a passage from INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH as part of the Sonoma County Reads community reading and literacy initiative.

Faces of My Community - Mariana Martinez

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In this Roseland profile, we meet Mariana Martinez, a longtime resident of the area. She is proud of how the community is growing in economic development, but is disappointed in the lack of opportunities for residents when it comes to higher educatio...
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Wild Beasts and Birds...

Wild Beasts and Birds...

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Wild beasts and birds are not by right the property of merely the people who are alive today but the property of unknown generations whose belongings we have no right to squander. -Theodore Roosevelt
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A Civilization Flourishes...

A Civilization Flourishes...

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A civilization flourishes when people plant trees under whose shade they will never sit. -Greek Saying
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In the Long History of Mankind...

In the Long History of Mankind...

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In the long history of mankind, those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed. - Charles Darwin
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Bay Nature: Young Citizen Scientists

Bay Nature: Young Citizen Scientists

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The California Academy of Sciences is taking young people out into the natural world to collect data about endangered plant and animal populations to help further research.
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Bay Nature: Bringing Back the Bay Checkerspots

Bay Nature: Bringing Back the Bay Checkerspots

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A small butterfly may be the canary in the coal mine when examining how we are caring for the environment around the Bay Area.
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Bay Nature: California Poppies

Bay Nature: California Poppies

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Exploring the ecology of the state flower and efforts to protect its habitat.
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Bay Nature: Santa Cruz Sand Hills

Bay Nature: Santa Cruz Sand Hills

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Examination of a unique Bay-Area micro environment and the effort to save the species of plants and animals that live there.
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Bay Nature: Coho Salmon

Bay Nature: Coho Salmon

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Salmon face many dangers because of human interference in their environment.
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Bay Nature: River Otters

Bay Nature: River Otters

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A look at the return of River Otters and how to manage the environment for their survival.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Best time to Water

Drought Gardening Tips: Best time to Water

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The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Removing Weeds

Drought Gardening Tips: Removing Weeds

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The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Prioritizing Plantings

Drought Gardening Tips: Prioritizing Plantings

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The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Importance of Mulch

Drought Gardening Tips: Importance of Mulch

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The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Using Fertilizers

Drought Gardening Tips: Using Fertilizers

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The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Adding Compost

Drought Gardening Tips: Adding Compost

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The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.

Eating is an Agricultural Act.

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Eating is an agricultural act. -Wendell Berry - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northbaybountiful.org

Healdsburg: Housing Prices (My Neighborhood)

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(Short Educational Video) Affordable housing is a big issue in the Bay Area. In the North Bay, people are finding that they can no longer afford to live in the communities in which they work. How do we find solutions and what can be done? There are m...
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American Graduate Champion Radio: Susan Wandling

American Graduate Champion Radio: Susan Wandling

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Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Radio: Lanny Lowery

American Graduate Champion Radio: Lanny Lowery

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Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Radio: Diann Kitamura

American Graduate Champion Radio: Diann Kitamura

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Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Video: Lanny Lowery

American Graduate Champion Video: Lanny Lowery

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Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Video: Susan Wandling

American Graduate Champion Video: Susan Wandling

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Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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Faces of My Community - Ali Samii

Faces of My Community - Ali Samii

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Ali Samii believes in the future of Roseland, and works for the Northern California Center for Well-Being. He is a graduate of Santa Rosa Junior College and getting a further degree at Sonoma State University. He directs Project TRUE, which is a yout...
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Farmer Olympics - The Farmers Guild

Farmer Olympics - The Farmers Guild

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The Farmers Olympics is a special event held by the Farmers Guild. The newest wave of farmers got together to take a break from the fields, have a little fun and bring together food consumers and food producers. Events included sack races, T-post pou...
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FarmShorts: Taramasso Ranch

FarmShorts: Taramasso Ranch

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How does someone with an avian phobia become a successful chicken farmer? Ask Joan Taramasso of Taramasso Ranch in Napa, California! She got over her fears in order to give her chickens a better life. She says, “There’s nothing more fun than watching...
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FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms

FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms

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“Grow the mind to grow the soil, to grow food that strengthens the community.” That is the mantra of Tara Smith of Tara Firma Farms in Petaluma, California. Like many new farmers, she didn’t come to farming through family tradition, but through her c...
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FarmShorts: Mendocino Organics

FarmShorts: Mendocino Organics

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Adam and Paula Manolo Gaska own Mendocino Organics in Mendocino County, California. Paul says that “Agriculture is interaction with the environment. I think therefore I am, well we eat therefore we’re here.” Like many young farmers, he remembers that...

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