Radical journalist and Humboldt County resident Alexander Cockburn died of cancer last night in Germany. He was 71.
Here he is talking about “nuke-loving Greens and man-made global warming” outside his home in Petrolia last year.
The Times-Standard headline reads Rare bird spotted in Humboldt today for the first time ever:
A sparrow-like bird called a Smith’s longspur was spotted today in Humboldt County, making it the first of its type to ever be recorded in the area.
Biologist Robert Hewitt said it’s not only the first bird of its kind to be recorded in the area, but that it’s the first one ever to be found during springtime in California.
”The birders are loving it,” Hewitt said.. ”It’s right here on the flat open prairies of Bear River ridge.”
Please join hosts, Robie Tenorio and Bonnie Blackberry, Friday night, March 23 from 7 – 8 pm when we will be discussing Shell Wind Energy’s Bear River Ridge Wind Project. Our guests will be Peter Lehman, who is the director at Schatz Energy Research Lab based on the HSU campus. And Collin Shepard who is a research engineer with Schatz Energy Research Labs. This will be a call in show.
Above is a 3D model created by the Schatz Energy Lab to show visibility of the project from various points including Ferndale, Loleta, Rio Dell and the Wildcat. Originally posted on the Humboldt Herald here.
You can find KMUD at kmud.org or on your radio dial at:
91.1 in Southern Humboldt
88.1 in Northern Humboldt
90.3 in Northern Mendocino
99.5 in Shelter Cove
Call the Redwood Coast Energy Authority (RCEA) today to learn about the Free Energy Efficiency Services offered for your home 707-269-1700.
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Funding is limited. Services and incentives are provided on a first-come first-served basis and only while funding lasts. California consumers are not obligated to purchase any full-fee service or other service not funded by this program. This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by PG&E under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.
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Redwood Coast Energy Watch Program
Schatz Energy Research Center posted a video model of the proposed Shell Wind Project on Bear River Ridge and what it would look like from nearby vantage points including Ferndale, Loleta, Rio Dell and the Wildcat.
This tour was created with Google Earth by staff at the Schatz Energy Research Center. The contents of this video depict an approximation of the proposed Shell Wind project on Bear River Ridge. The animation and 3D model of the wind farm were created by SERC staff and are for educational purposes only. Images of the 25 wind turbines and their locations are based on publicly available infromation from the Humboldt County Bear River Wind Project website and were created without any input from Shell Wind.