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
One of the upcoming attendees at Mesa Refuge Writers Retreat, Casey Miner is an independent public radio producer. Most recently she was senior editor of the award-winning news, arts, and culture program, Crosscurrents, on KALW 91.7 FM in San Francisco. She'll be spending her time at Mesa producing a radio series about what we can learn from ancient food.
Trinka Marris, of The Hungry Owl Project, talks about "Talons: a Festival Celebrating Birds of Prey" coming September 28.
Politics 101 with Herb Kutchins: Marin County Sheriff Robert Doyle talks about policing issues in Marin in the aftermath of the Ferguson, Missouri police killing. Aspects include police training in the use of deadly force and in community relations; the purchase of military equipment from the Federal government.
Politics 101 with Herb Kutchins: Steve Kinsey talks about the Sierra Club lawsuit to stop the plan for housing for families on the ranches, and about controversies concerning auto congestion in Muir Woods and in Marshall.
The new "State of the Birds Report" for North America reveals that over 1/3 of bird species in the U.S. are "in decline." Tom Gardali, conservation scientist at Point Blue Conservation Science gives the details.
Aerial firefighting in California with Mike Rotonda of Erickson Air-Crane.
Nancy Bertelsen discusses the upcoming 4th Annual Mole Dinner, which supports the Latino Photography Project.
NOTE: Epicenter recordings for Sept 9, 10, and 11 are not available; KWMR had to replace failed archiving hardware.