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Happy Trails
Daily+
 
Bike lanes are an important part of Humboldt county's future. Cliff Berkowitz speaks with Emily Sinkhorn, Humboldt Bay Harbor Commissioner Mike Wilson and others about how to get bike lanes where they're needed.
 
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Coastal Currents
Monthly
 
KHUM's look at the waterways of Humboldt County. From recreation to restoration, Lyndsey Battle and Surfrider's Jessie Misha host this weekly segment. Airs at noon Wednesdays on 104.3 and 104.7 FM and online at www.khum.com.
 
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Live at KHUM
Monthly
 
The best performances from the KHUM studios in Humboldt county, California. Not a normal station.
 
Lyndsey Battle talks with a member of a local service organization about a program in our community that helps children. It happens Thursdays at noon.
 
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In-Depth
Rare
 
This monthly documentary series is produced and hosted by Lyndsey Battle and Chuck Rogers. It chronicles topics relevant to Humboldt County.
 
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This morning Carol Vander Meer and I spoke with Julie Clark, Park Ranger at the Headwaters Forest. A new trail will be having it's grand opening this Saturday from 10am till 2pm. This is the "South Side Trail." To get to it enter from Elk River Road. For more information about the park or the event, you can contact Julie at 825-2300.…
 
This morning Emily Sinkhorn updated us on Safe Routes To School progress in Arcata, The Humboldt Bay Trail, The Eureka Waterfront Trail, and the Humboldt Bay Trail Fund which is now up over $300,000.00 for maintenance and upkeep.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Shoshanna talks about all the fun, whimsical thinks families can get into at the 2nd Annual Fairy Festival on the Arcata Plaza this upcoming Sunday. It's a free event and CASA will be selling ice cream, mocktails and hosting a silent auction to raise funds to support child advocacy in our community.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Colin Fisk and I spoke with Kate Beck, the Program Lead at Street Story in Berkley. This is an interactive website that is gathering information on areas that have had accidents and near misses to help both regular folks and municipalities gather data to improve safety at streetstory.berkeley.edu.…
 
Officer Paul Craft stopped by the KHUM studio to talk about the 'Start Smart' program. It's a two hour class where teens can learn some first-hand techniques on how to stay safe as a new driver out there on the road. For more info or to sign up, call 707-822-5981By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Carol Vander Meer and I spoke with Fortuna City Manager, Merritt Perry about some of the trail project happening in and around the friendly city.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Heather Schmidt is the Recreation Supervisor for the City of Arcata. She talked to us today about the Family Ceramics classes the city is now offering. Arcata residents can sign up for a 6 week class and make things with their people for $70 a family.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Michael Kauffamnn and I spoke with Ian Nelson of the Pacific Crest Trail Association. The PCTA is in charge of managing this trail that goes from the Mexican border to the Canadian border. More info on this amazing national treasure at pcta.org.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Mike Orr is the Humboldt County Parks Supervisor and he gets to live at Freshwater Park! He talked with us today about Freshwater Park's brand new play structure built with folks of all different abilities in mind. Check it out for yourself at the ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow at 10aBy Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Emily Sinkhorn and I spoke with Jenny Weiss, Humboldt County Safe Routes to School Task Force Coordinator and Projects Coordinator at RCAA.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Taylor Ann Finch and Katie Belknap stopped by to talk about all the fun family-friendly things going on this weekend at the Sanctuary in Arcata (on the corner of 13th and J Street)By Bayley Brown.
 
Peter Nelson stopped by KHUM to talk about his kid's comedy open mic. Peter mentors kids ages 5-12 (with a parent there) on Saturdays at 3p. Teens (13+) can come work up some comedy and share it with their peers at 4p on SaturdaysBy Bayley Brown.
 
The City of Eureka is planning for a new trail that connects the Sequoia Park Zoo with Tydd Street, in an effort to create better paths for non-motorized means of transportation.This morning Carole Vander Meer and I spoke with Eureka's Deputy Director of Public Works, Jessie Willor, about how the City of Eureka is working to create better paths ...…
 
Kati Texas is the director of North Star Quest Camp. She talks to KHUM about the magic of spending the Summer out on the Mattole, mentoring youth and how to become a camp counselor.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning I spoke with Emily Sinkhorn about many things. We talked a lot about Bike Month, which is going on now. A lot more info and a calendar of events can be found at humboldtbikemonth.org. Annie & Mary Trail outreach is happing today with exciting plans for Northtown Arcata. We also spent some time recapping the events of the Trails Sum ...…
 
Terri Castner is the Volunteer Coordinator for the Bigfoot Museum in Willow Creek. She invites us all to stop by for a visit. The museum opened for the season on May 1st and this year marks 30 years it's been in existence.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning I spoke with Happy Trails Co-Host, Michael Kauffmann about several opportunities folks will have this summer to help and and restore trails along the 300+ mile long Bigfoot Trail. More info at bigfoottrail.org. We started off our conversation this morning with a recap of Saturday's Trail Summit that took place at HSU.…
 
This morning Emily Sinkhorn and I spoke with Mark Mueller about Bike Month Humboldt and the Humboldt Bike Challenge. There are loads of events to participate in at bikemonthhumboldt.org. Also this Saturday from 9:30am till 12:30pm it's the Humboldt Trails Summit, at the Kate Buchanan Room at HSU. You will hear from Hank Seemann, and Senator Mik ...…
 
Chris Parreira, Rosalind Parducci and Amber Grimes came into the KHUM studio during Local Lunch. Hear them play some brand new tracks and perform a few songs off their new album 'Whispers.' The new album officially comes out this weekend. They'll be performing at the Works on Friday, Westhaven Center for the Arts on Saturday and the Siren's Son ...…
 
Zachary Stocks, from Grays Harbor Historical Seaport up in Washington, talks with KHUM about the Hawaiian Chieftain which will be making her way to Humboldt Bay this weekend. You can tour the Hawaiian Chieftain or even set sail with the crew while they're in town this weekend. Tune in to learn more and to hear Zachary's favorite Sea Shanty.…
 
This morning Colin Fiske and I spoke with Oona Smith, Senior Planner at HCAOG about her regular commute between Arcata and Eureka. She bikes from her home in Arcata and then takes advantage of the bike lockers Humboldt Transit in Arcata, hops on the bus to Eureka and walks to bocks to HCAOG. However, for those of you who want to take your bikes ...…
 
Spencer Duggan from the b52s came in to talk baseball and Easter eggs with us today. They'll be hosting an Easter egg hunt along side CASA of Humboldt this upcoming Sunday at Redwood Acres in Eureka. Bring your family to hunt eggs, play carnival games, eat food, get your face painted bounce around in the bounce house and do lots more fun things ...…
 
This morning Carol Vander Meer and I spoke with Stephanie Tidwell, Executive Director of Friends of the Eel, about the final approval of the Settlement agreement with NCRA and Friends of the Eel and Californians for Alternatives to Toxics. This has made it possible to proceed with the implementation of SB1029 to create the Great Redwood Trail. ...…
 
Leland Faulkner is in town to bring his magical show 'World of Wonder' to the Payhouse stage. David Ferney also joins us to talk about the Family Fun Series and the public shows coming up this Saturday.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Emily Sinkhorn and I spoke with Jaime and Areli Cupp about the upcoming Bike & Health Fair on Sunday at Fortuna Fireman's Pavilion in Rohner Park from 1:30 - 4:30pm. Jaime grew up in LA. Now in Fresno teaches kids about biking and working on their own gear to aid in diabetes prevention. He will be the guest speaker at the Bike & He ...…
 
Shelby Peterson and Genevive Macias visit KHUM to talk about the Humboldt County Office of Education's Special Beginnings Program. We get to learn about the Autism spectrum and resources available to folks here in our community.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning it was my pleasure to talk with Gabe Howe of the Siskiyou Mountain Club. They deal with maintaining and leading tours of about 300 miles of trails in South West Oregon and North West California. I spoke with Gabe this morning from his home in Ashland Oregon. Check out all that is going on at their website, siskiyoumountainclub.org…
 
Local and internationally touring musician, Jenny Scheinman does so many rad things out there in the world. It's quite rare that she gets the opportunity to share what she's been up to with folks here at home, but that's about to change! Jenny talks to KHUM about her show "Kannapolis: A Moving Portrait" that'll be coming to the Arkley on Friday ...…
 
This morning our newest Happy Trails Co-Host, Colin Fiske and I spoke with Humboldt County Supervisor, Mike Wilson about his thoughts on personal transportation, public transportation, the future of public transportation and our local trails.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Nigella Baur stopped by KHUM to talk about March For Our Lives. This upcoming Saturday, local youth have organized an event in solidarity with the survivors of the Parkland shooting to stand against gun violence.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Carol Vander Meer and I spoke with Stacy Becker about the value of Trail Stewards for our local trail system. Stacy was involved from the very beginning of the trail stewards program and had a lot to share about it. We also talked about the upcoming Trails Summit coming up on Saturday, May 4th at the Kate Buchanan room at HSU.…
 
Local Ween cover band, The Stallions stopped by the KHUM studio to play a few and talk about their benefit concert tomorrow. They'll be playing at the Siren's Song Tavern and raising money for Humboldt Animal Rescue Team (HART).By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Humboldt State's very own Professor of Mathematics, Jeff Haag is inspired! He stopped by KHUM give us a few tips on how we can look at pi and fun ways to learn more about the number with our friends and family.By Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Emily Sinkhorn and I spoke with Sean Swanson with the River Life Foundation about a new trail that a big labor of love got made in the Fortuna Area called the Dennis Wendt Memorial Trail.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Humboldt and Del Norte County 4-H youth ambassadors, Dominic Regli and Bryleigh Busick came into KHUM to talk about the upcoming North Coast Youth Summit. On March 23rd, many local youth organizations are coming together for a day full of workshops and fun events happening at College of the Redwoods. More information here: http://cehumboldt.uca ...…
 
This morning Michael Kauffmann and I spoke with Ryan Henson of CalWild all the work they do in wilderness preservation. Ryan was part one of the people instrumental in helping to craft a Land Conservation Bill that passed both the House and Senate with an overwhelming bipartisan majority. In a time of fractured government, that in and of itself ...…
 
Today we talked with a group of local youth representatives who traveled to New York to attend the Youth Bike Summit. Today they talked about their experience and their thoughts on biking and future of trails here in Humboldt County.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Sharrone Blanck, President of Eureka NAACP talks about their new Family Film Series at the Eureka Library. The Eureka NAACP will be showing films for free on the last Wednesday of the month at 5:45p. For more information, visit eurekanaacp.orgBy Bayley Brown.
 
This morning Carol Vander Meer and I spoke with Caryl Hart who is on the board of the NCRA (North Coast Railroad Authority). Caryl is a recent appointee to the board who is tasked with aiding in the transition to from rail roads to this new 300 mile trail that has been mandated between Humboldt Bay and San Fransisco Bay.…
 
Sacha Marini, Director of Boys & Girls Club Teen Court Program, talks with KHUM about this incredible youth lead program based on the principles of restorative justice. For youth wanting to learn more about getting involved with Teen Court or folks wanting to sign up for the next jury training on March 28th, visit their website: http://www.bgcr ...…
 
This morning Emily Sinkhorn and I spoke with Ingrid Kosek of Friends of the Annie & Mary Rail Trail. We spoke about their big fundraiser happening this weekend in Blue Lake called the Mad Scramble. This is a Cyclecross event taking place in the Powers Creek District off Taylor and Mondo Ways staging at Jewell Distillery on Saturday. The first r ...…
 
This morning Michael Kauffmann and I spoke with Chris Valle-Riestra, a dedicated steward and volunteer for the Six Rivers National Forest were he manages man trails.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
This morning Emily Sinkhorn and I spoke with Julie Neander, City of Arcata Deputy Director of Environmental Services as we talked about the Annie & Mary Trail Connectivity Project. To that end the City of Arcata invites community input on the Annie & Mary Trail to improve walking and biking connections through northeast Arcata. Attend a worksho ...…
 
This morning Carole Vander Meer and I spoke with Neil Davis, director of Walk & Bike Mendocino. Like Humboldt County, they too were awarded funds from Active Transportation funds for this year to work projects. Willits and Ukiah both have trails through their towns and look to be part of the Great Redwood Trail, as we do here in Humboldt.…
 
The first Happy Trails Show of 2019 was filled with Very Exciting News! Over the holiday break, the state announced the staff recommendations for projects to be funded by Active Transportation Funds. The souther portion of the Humboldt Bay Trail, commonly known as "The Final Four," was 5th on the list, with over 13 million dollars to complete t ...…
 
Julie Stewart, Surfrider Humboldt Secretary and Event Coordinator for Black and White Ocean Night at the Arcata Theater Lounge talks about this year's event. Black and White Ocean night is this upcoming Friday, Dec. 14th. It is an all ages event and only $3 suggested donation to get in the door, this event begins at 6:30p.…
 
Sam Delson is Deputy Director for External and Legislative Affairs at California Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. Sam talks about mercury levels found in various fish samples taken from Humboldt Bay. He also explains the recently published "Fish Advisory" which offers safe eating advice about f ...…
 
Former host of Coastal Currents and Surfrider's new California Campaign Coordinator, Delia Bense-Kang, stopped by for a visit and talked with us about offshore drilling policies along California's coastline.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Lonny Grafman is a Professor of Engineering, author and creator or Appropedia. He stopped in to talk on Coastal Current about his upcoming lecture as part of the HSU Sustainable Future Speakers Series.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
Environmental Director of of Surfrider Foundation, Pete Stauffer, talks with us about Surfrider's recent victories in implementing ocean-friendly policies.By KHUM, Radio Without the Rules.
 
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