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Russian River: All Rivers, Parts I & II

Monday & Tuesday, May 2 & 3 at 9 pm. The first episode examines the health of the Russian River watershed from the time of its first peoples, the Pomo and Miwok, to Russian settlement at Fort Ross.…

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Health Connections

What does it look like when a community is healthy? There’s more to it than eating fruits and vegetables and exercising. Community health is measured in high school graduation rates, economic…

North Bay News

‘Ecological Handprints’ Captures Grass-roots Global Innovation

Is it possible to fight poverty and climate change at the same time? The answer is emphatically yes, and Rocky Rohwedder has examples to prove it.

Dear Member,
    You know, dear member, how proud we are of our national, Emmy award winning, environmental series, Natural Heroes. Well, we now have reasons to be even prouder.  You will recall that Natural Heroes, produced for KRCB by our Val Lanes, is an anthology series of independent films celebrating individuals and organizations making a difference in their community. We are currently working on season 5.
    Well, we just learned that NH  is now being carried by 129 PBS stations across the country.  That means viewer access by 51% of the total US population! The program is being aired in 68% of the largest cities in the country. One other interesting factoid —there are twice as many younger folks (18 - 49) viewing—than folks over 50. That is very unusual for a PBS audience so we are proud of developing that audience as well.
    When we launched Natural Heroes  in 2004, there was no other regular television series dedicated to environmental issues. Not on commercial or noncommercial stations.  KRCB was, and largely still is, unique in this area. Your support is what makes compelling, critical programming possible, not just for our North Bay but for the country. Thank you for your incredible, loyal support for KRCB.

Sincerely,

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North Bay News

Apr 27

Water Agencies Prepare Zero Trash Initiative

Sonoma, Marin and Napa counties will soon be joining the rest of state in its effort to get to zero trash in California’s waterways. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi has more.
Apr 27

Green Mary's Lending Library

For minimizing garbage, nothing beats reusing things. That’s why Green Mary has assembled an unconventional lending library of plates, glasses and other event essentials.
Apr 24

Pacific Association Baseball Tryouts

Over 100 baseball players from across the United States travelled to Vallejo this past weekend for the Pacific Association Baseball tryouts. It's the only independent professional baseball league on…
Apr 23

Rev. Billy Ramps Up His Environmental Evangelism

The Rev. Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir have intensified their act from anti-consumerism street theater to impassioned activism in defense of the earth.
Apr 20

Discovering the New Laguna Discovery Trail

Just in time for Earth Day, a new public trail near Rohnert Park shows visitors how ecological restoration unfolds over time, as pasture and grasslands are gradually converted back to a stretch of…

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Music News

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Apr 30

Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Still Has Us Talking

Copyright 2016 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
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Apr 30

Cyndi Lauper Charts Her Own Path — Thanks, In Part, To Patsy Cline

Cyndi Lauper, that girl power icon of the eighties, has a new album. Her latest collection of songs takes a distinctly southern turn: It's an album of classic country covers.
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Apr 29

All The Gifts Of Life: 40 Years Of Rush's '2112'

"It could have spelled the end for us." Alex Lifeson is on the phone, calling from his Toronto home, thinking back to the time between Rush's third and fourth albums in the winter of 1975 and 1976.
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Apr 28

Musicians Pay Tribute To Blind Willie Johnson On 'God Don't Never Change'

Copyright 2016 Fresh Air. To see more, visit Fresh Air.

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