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John Muir National Historic Site

John Muir National Historic Site

05/06/2016

John Muir is best known as America’s most famous naturalist and preservationist. But a visit to his historic home in Martinez, California, rewards visitors with the other fascinating dimensions of [read more]
The Nature Journal Club

The Nature Journal Club

04/25/2016

Did you know that drawing can improve memory and brain functions, strengthen observation skills and enhance creativity? My guest on this report is John Muir Laws, founder and host of The Bay Area [read more]
Straus Home Ranch Farm Tours

Straus Home Ranch Farm Tours

04/13/2016

Meet brother-sister team Michael and Vivien Straus who are excited about their new walking tours through the fields at the Straus Home Ranch in West Marin, sharing stories about Marin’s history in [read more]
Pepperwood Preserve

Pepperwood Preserve

04/07/2016

We recently sat down with Sandi Funke, the Education Director at Pepperwood Preserve in Sonoma County, to learn about one of their environmental education programs: SCENIQ, “Students Conducting [read more]
Ocean Explorers

Ocean Explorers

03/31/2016

Explore. Discover. Protect. That’s the mission of MARE, Marine Applied Research & Exploration. We recently met with their Executive Director Dirk Rosen and Operations Engineer Rick Botman to [read more]
Knead

Knead

03/21/2016

Meet Bruce Kalman, Chef/Proprietor at Knead, a pasta bar + market located at the Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles. Knead is a neighborhood restaurant serving delicious food made with [read more]
Walkabout California

Walkabout California

03/15/2016

Walking from inn to inn can be an exhilarating experience. My guest is Tom Courtney who has written several hiking vacation guidebooks. And visit walkaboutcalifornia.com to learn more. [read more]
It's a Slow News Day ... Not!

It’s a Slow News Day … Not!

02/29/2016

We are looking for some fresh ideas for future EarthNews Journal episodes. We also want to encourage you to subscribe to ENJ via iTunes, “like” us on Facebook, and email us at [read more]
Golden State Waters Action Summit

Golden State Waters Action Summit

02/22/2016

Brian Baird, Director of the Coast and Ocean Program at the The Bay Institute, talks about the upcoming Golden State Waters Action Summit, a two-day public event which will be addressing the health [read more]
Connecting Children With Nature

Connecting Children With Nature

02/15/2016

Norm Gershenz, the Director of SaveNature.Org Protecting habitat, educating students and inspiring all of us to save and protect the natural world, that’s the mission of SaveNature.Org. Our [read more]
Birding By Ear

Birding By Ear

02/01/2016

How do you identify birds if you can’t see them? Wildlife and avian biologist Daniel Edelstein offers some helpful tip. And you will find lots more information about birding at his [read more]
A Rare Event in the Early Morning Sky

A Rare Event in the Early Morning Sky

01/25/2016

Right now the planets are all located on the morning side of the sky. And if you go outside about 6:00 am and look toward the southeast, you’ll be able to see five planets and the moon stretched [read more]
What Will Sea Level Rise Look Like?

What Will Sea Level Rise Look Like?

01/14/2016

Researchers are looking at king tides to give us a picture of the potential impact from sea level rise. In this report, my guest Sara Aminzadeh, Executive Director of the California Coastkeeper [read more]
Exploring Biodiversity

Exploring Biodiversity

01/11/2016

Every year scientists keep discovering new species. How is that possible? My guest is Dr. Terry Gosliner, Senior Curator of Invertebrate Zoology at the California Academy of Sciences and one of the [read more]
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