BIG NEWS! Epicenter: West Marin Affairs is now KWMR's regular one-stop-shop for community information and local issues coverage.
NEW TIME: Mon-Thurs, 5 - 5:30 PM
3rd Wednesdays = "Politics 101" with Herb Kutchins.
1st Thursdays = "Témas
de Inmigración" con Socorro Romo,
Alyssa Simpson, Augusto Conde, Jesus Martinez
What's it take to be a new farmer in Marin and Sonoma? Arron Wilder of Table Top Farm tells us all about the challenges facing the next generation of local farmers.
"Airwaves" with Raul Gallyot encore broadcast.
Tomales Founders Day special with Bert Crews - learn all about this year's celebration, including West Marin's shortest parade.
Two edited interviews: First Amanda Eichstaedt speaks with Sheriff Doug Pittman about summer safety and emergency preparedness, then with Richard Dillman, KWMR Transmitter Engineer about his remote earthquake broadcast, with snippets of KWMR's coverage included.
Amy Trainer, Environmental Action Committee, and Neal Desai with the National Parks Conservation Assoc. talk about the new amicus brief they just released, in response to the ongoing DBOC issue.
Steve Dunsky of US Forest Service, on "Visions of the Wild", a 4-day celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
Banker White on the showing of his documentary film, "The Genius of Marian" -- about the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Part of the locally-produced Black Mountain Circle Film Series.