Johanna "Wildoak" talks with Sherrie Smith-Ferri, Executive Director of the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, about a new exhibit, Ignite! The Art of Sustainability. It features 13 of California's foremost environmental artists connecting with their natural surroundings. They use a variety of traditional as well as unconventional media and draw on art, science, spirituality and social justice. Johanna will also share information about simple, non-toxic spring cleaning and other seasonal sustainable living topics.
Farm & Garden Show; Monday @ 1:00 PM
Join Valerie Kim with Master Gardener Wendy Roberts. They'll be talking about what to be doing in your garden right now, adapting to climate change and taking your calls and questions to help you have a successful garden this year. Women's Voices; Monday @ 7:00 Tune in for a special program to wind up Women's History Month. Featuring profiles of Mendocino County women including Ruth Weiss, Judi Bari and Susan B Jordan.
Mind Body Health; Tuesday @ 9:00 AM
Dr Richard Miller will interview Johann Hari regarding his recent book Chasing the Scream which reveals the origins of america's war on drugs as being a racially motivated action against people of color with no basis in science.
On this 5th Tuesday of the month, we present Climate One on the Ecology Hour. This evening, Weather Whiplash. The frequency of extreme weather events, from hurricanes and floods to wildfires and drought, is on the rise across the country. We know that global warming is causing this weather whiplash, but what can be done about it? With Louise Bedsworth of the California Governor's Office of Planning and Research Kathryn Sullivan with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Hunter Cutting of Climate Nexus
Forthright Radio; Wednesday @ 9:00 AM
Joy LaClaire interviews global activist, political economist, crisis mediator & author of over 20 books on Asia, Laurence Brahm, about his latest book, FUSION ECONOMICS: HOW PRAGMATISM IS CHANGING THE WORLD.
Mendocino Currents; Thursday @ 9:00 AM
Whale researcher Jodi Smith has been studying the killer whale pods in the San Juan Islands for 14 years, and she's found out where they go in the winter. They are here in Mendocino County, off the coast, eating lots of salmon. Smith is the founder of the non-profit organization Naked Whale Research, and she lives in Fort Bragg. We'll also visit the Point Arena lighthouse, and hear the latest on the seal rescues off the coast of Northern California. Produced by the KZYX News Department.
TUC Radio; Thursday @ 1:00 PM
Howard Zinn: The Occupation of The United States Part 1 Howard Zinn spoke about the United States as occupied territory. He said that political and ideological power have been seized by a small group of radical anti-democratic ideologues. They have pursued an illegal, unconstitutional effort in their disastrous drive to solidify their reactionary agenda.
The Discussion; Thursday @ 7:00 PM
Join WDan & Stuart for The Discussion, a call in program devoted to dialog about issues affecting our lives here in Mendocino County.
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